Friday, March 30, 2012

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Frankenstein Friday at TFL.  Solar powered radiator fan, an Agrometer from knife maker R. Brooks( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Growing-degree_day ), and an upside down bean plant thanks to a Topsy Turvy tomato planter from Aunt Kathy.  80,92,51,0,B

3 comments:

remmij said...

ppears you may need more vent fannage...? maybe a couple roof top turbines - although that would play havoc with the purity of the arc. Seems the heat is on its way - hope you don't have a triple digit 4/1.
Had a dream about Carl, hope you are allowing sq. footage for a Freud couch... ;-)
dream
ridge turbines

Allen Hare said...

That fan mounting has a temporary look to it. Knowing you, the final installed unit will exceed expectations.

I was trying to figure just what an agrometer is, and what it does. Thanks for the Wiki link.

Those upside-down tomato planters sure look wacky. They solve the problem of having to stake your tomato plants, though. Hope it works out for the beans. If so, it could have a lot of potential in your greenhouse. You have a lot of trusses you could hang them from.

Unknown said...

Do you have any idea how much current the radiator fan draws. I have been considering one for a similar application.