cut flower Videos

  • Bio Products-Video

    The video shows the possibility of including anaerobic digestion into a cut-flower and wine producing farm and producing green energy out of the residues. It also speaks about establishing industry in Ontario, close to the boarder and to local farmers who might also be interested into including a biogas plant to their farm ...


    By PlanET Biogas

  • Weeding Docks in Ley Grassland 2015 Video

    Here is a small film about how you can use CombCut for weeding docks in ley / grassland. Seeds from docks can be dormant in you fields for up to 20 years. Thats why its so important to start your weeding as soon as possible. Adjust and use CombCut so flowers are cut before seeds ...


    By Just Common Sense AB

  • Bumblebees Visiting the `Pharmacy?` Video

    Recent research by Dr. Leif Richardson and colleagues suggest that compounds in the nectar of wild tobacco, linden, and white turtlehead flowers can cut the numbers of a common gut parasite in bumblebees by as much as 80 percent. Find links to Dr. Richardson's research at http://www.leifrichardson.org/research-interests.html and buy your turtlehead seed from Ernst Seeds in order to start your ...

  • Grinding with the Stumper 220 Low Flow- Video

    I didn't measure the stump before hand, but it was around 30" in diameter, although not very solid even through it was just cut. The area is going back to being a flower bed, so I ground a bit further out than usual. It took 17 minutes to grind the stump, then I used the attachment to prep a place for her to plant the replacement tree. KX057 running Stumper Industries' 220 Low flow ...


    By Stumper Industries

  • Weeding Scentless Mayweed in Parsnip Video

    CombCut works excellent also weeding some vegetables. In this film you will have good knowledge how the basic technology works and how it can be used weeding centless mayweed / scentless chamomile / wild chamomile / mayweed / false chamomile / German chamomile / Baldr's Bro. This weed has many names depending from what part of the world you live, but the scientific name is Tripleurospermum ...


    By Just Common Sense AB

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