The experimental project continues

The experimental project continues So, where I am up to. I have doubled the battery storage to 14ah to test what I want to do. I have been running a AA battery charger on USB to provide some demand for a week (and charge the AA’s for free, sort of). Just picked up a 300w inverter yesterday to run some garden lights. Disappointed the fan in this runs all the time, would prefer this to be temperature controlled, never mind. I have also got a 5v supply to a Raspberry…

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all of the #Green you see is leftover from last year, one of my kale plants is near flowering, the berry bushes and tree are budding, spinach is sprouting and i can already harvest last years self sown spinach, i have just sown radish, romaine lettuce, arugula and sunflowers… start of a new season.

all of the green you see is leftover from last year, one of my kale plants is near flowering, the berry bushes and tree are budding, spinach is sprouting and i can already harvest last years self sown spinach, i have just sown radish, romaine lettuce, arugula and sunflowers… start of a new season. submitted by /u/Aeonir to r/Permaculture [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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A bacterium responsible for about 10% of hospital-acquired infections in the US uses a virus in a symbiotic relationship to trick our immune system into ignoring it, finds a new study, which could explain why the body tolerates some microbes and lead to better treatments for chronic infections.

A bacterium responsible for about 10% of hospital-acquired infections in the US uses a virus in a symbiotic relationship to trick our immune system into ignoring it, finds a new study, which could explain why the body tolerates some microbes and lead to better treatments for chronic infections. submitted by /u/mvea to r/science [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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