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Star Wars Millennium Falcon Quad Copter/Drone: Unboxing, Controlling & Flying Tips! 

Basic flying tips to get the Star Wars Remote Control Millennium Falcon Quad Copter/Drone into the air. I unbox it. Show you how to charge it and set it up. I also provide a description on how the controller works and offer some basic flying instructions to get you started. I will have advance flying videos.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlVAa-qiYVs
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Italy earthquake now",latest news?
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Mohanakrishnan Vijayarangam

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I think this might be the last Big harvest of this season. We can feel the chill in the air. Plants are looking cold too.
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+Cody Taber my AC compressor mafunctioned overnight and got stuck ON so the thermostat couldnt turn it off. I awoke to similar temperatures in the middle of the night. Had to open a window a bit.
Yes, winter is coming. 
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Jess Connors

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Check out our YouTube like and subscribe!!! www.youtube.com/toocrucial907 
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David Wanegårdh

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Alexandra, a marbled purple stripe variety. This years biggest, 138g. Medium weight 75g. 5 out of 29 plants two cloves bulbs. Will grow more of them via bulbills. 
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Cody Taber

A Tour of My Garden  - 
 
Massive load of late season photos of the garden. Some are from a couple weeks ago versus others from a couple days ago. It's quite ugly at this point as we've had massive rains at times, big winds, squash bugs, cucumber beetles, really hot weather, procrastination in trellising and trying up everything. An just lack of time and energy.

This is the good, bad, and ugly. No hiding the bad here. I thought the otherwise completely brown and crispy tomato plant with healthy tomatoes is interesting. I didn't even realize we had the dreaded zucchini beach-ball borer. I thought it had been eradicated in our area.

Strawberries in the ground are second year plants that came as bare roots at Walmart. This year and only since mid September did they start really producing. They may be Ozark Beauty and or Quinault. Strawberries in containers and within log planter area are Seascape and Evie everbearing as I recall from an Amazon seller. First year.


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Cody Taber

A Tour of My Garden  - 
 
So I hope this to be the last major tilling of our garden area. The part in these pictures are outside the fence (built that yesterday from pallet wood and landscape timbers I had from an old project) by the road and inside the fence top half of the garden area. This accounts for maybe 800-1000 square feet of an overall 2000-2500 square feet. The whole thing needs lots of cleaning up. I hope to get to a point where virtually no non-organic items are visible. For example, the blue barrel, pipes, scrap anything.
We always end up getting into doing something in the garden, the sun goes down, we get tired and leave with everything out. Sprayers, hoses, scissors, buckets and whatever.

Tomorrow I will spread Winter Rye and Hairy Vetch (a legume). The rye is a natural mulch in the spring, the Hairy Vetch will scavenge nitrogen and provide a lot of nitrogen to the soil. The Vetch needs the rye to act as support for it to grab onto to grow tall. This will be the beginning of my no-till approach among many more new approaches for next year. I expect it to be quite an interesting process the first time.
If anyone is interested in seeing the process just let me know and I'll try to do regular photo updates. The last photo is quite dark because the sun was mostly set by that time.

I'll be doing the same cover crop down around the raised bed area as well as in the raised beds as phase 2. 
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Don't feel bad about the stuff everywhere, that just means your WORKING!!! We always have the same problem, I even have racks built for our gardening tools, etc. but usually you have to go find the tool where it was last used! Keep it up!
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Jess Connors

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Join us in our Garden as we harvest some ripe tomatoes!!!
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Patricia Forsythe

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It's still mostly all okra and peppers now. John and I cut back the tomatoes, severely, and they are slowly sending out new shoots, but it might be a few weeks to see any tomatoes again. I spent one afternoon making more fr...
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Fresh okra like that is fantastic 
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Shanelle Penegar

Organic & Green Gardening  - 
 
Tabasco Bush Today Very Happy plant ..And I the very happy grower/parent lol #PestFree
LETS TEACH OUR CHILDREN HOW TO GROW THEIR OWN FOOD! :) Much Love <3
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Oh ok Clayton :)..Hahaha that's a good sign for me people envy! I love it lol
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*Follow The Rusted Garden on Twitter & Instagram. Please introduce yourself and where your garden plot is located. This tomato and vegetable gardening community is for NEW and old gardeners. Lots of teaching videos! Come ask questions and share. Beginners wanted! Show off your tomato and vegetable gardens from around the world! I am and avid gardener that enjoys blogging and creating videos about what else... Vegetable Gardening! I have made well nearly 600 garden videos. I enjoy learning from everyone else that shares this passion.
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Phillimon Moyo

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I want to learn more from you guys i like farming
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Jess Connors

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Check out our tomato garden!!!
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David Wanegårdh

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Estonian red, a marbled purple stripe variety. Biggest this year weight 98g, medium weight 61g. No two cloves bulbs this year despite the very mild winter. A very good variety for colder climate. 
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Insect id please ! What is this caterpillar on my curry leaf plant ? I don't see a horn, so unlikely it is a tomato horn worm , no tomato plants yet in my garden either. I saw skeletons appear on my curry leaf plant last week and was wondering where the leaves were vanishing🐛🐛.
#insect #caterpillar #macro #smallspacegardening #mumbaibalconygardener #sony #sonyimages #sonya6000 #sonyalpha #sonyalpha6000
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Suzanne Fernandes

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Today's Harvest From The Potted T-G, Malabar Cucumber (picked this one early before the borers or squash bugs got it score Me 1-Pests 0 ) , Deliah's Delight Cowpea,Red Burgundy Okra & Two Sprigs Of Curry Leafs ☺☺☺
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+Sam K. Hey Sam thank you ☺ & enjoy the rest of the week ♥
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Jeff Bernhard (The Executive Gardener)

Compost, Fertilizer & Construction  - 
 
Worm composting made easy - part of composting series:

https://youtu.be/br5s3_IMWF8
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Luke Staredsky

How -To Garden Videos  - 
 
This video shows you how to grow sweet corn in containers. Sweet corn is easy to grow and is very rewarding for the home gardener to grow.http://thegardenmovies.altervista.org/portal/?q=node/287
Submitted by thegardenmovies on Fri, 10/16/2015 - 17:12. This video shows you how to grow sweet corn in containers. Sweet corn is easy to grow and is very rewarding for the home gardener to grow. Thanks to California Gardening channel on YouTube for this great video.
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Suzanne Fernandes

Container Gardening  - 
 
Update On the volunteer sapling that is growing in my Curry Leaf Pot ....
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+Suzanne Fernandes OK, but what is a cucurbit?
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L Groh

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Eggplants in the morning sun🍆
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