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Cane vs. Spur Pruning - Spent the day learning the two techniques, pros/cons for each system, and all the other variables that go into the vine's growth. Jim Law #lindenvineyards has an article on this topic that is a good read. Thank you @vineyard_variety for teaching the two systems and get some hands on experience with the Pinot Noir & Merlot blocks! #theracytannin
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Hello Sunday!! Just a quick update, I'm doing great and my little homestead team is taking wonderful care of me. The hardest part is letting go and letting @mr.whitefamilyhomestead take care of things.
Even though we've been getting snow (mostly just a dusting) and we're expecting some more snow showers I'm ready for winter to say good bye. I had to thin out my tomato seedlings, which I always have a hard time doing because I feel like I'm killing my little starts. It has to be done though so a plucking I went. The one plus of thinning is the smell of tomato plants, every time I touch them the sweet aroma of tomatoes hits my nose and I'm reminded of summer days of harvesting. I have to say I'm really happy with how my tomato seedlings are looking with all their true leaves.
Papa raised the light but only one side because on the other is younger sprouts that still need the light down low. Since I've got seedlings going nice and strong I should probably go ahead and plan out the garden layout. Here on the homestead sometimes plans don't go as planned but I'm getting it done now. What's your Sunday plans?
I need to find myself a hobby other than farming they said. It'll be fun they said. So I did, and it's all about making my other hobby better! I'm building a 'C' tine cultivator for my powermate. The toolbar is 8' long so I'll be able to cultivate two beds at once as I drive down the 18" footpath. I might even mount some basket weeders from @tilmor_products after I reinforce the toolbar #myprototype#design#create#innovate#agriculture#smallfarms#youngfarmers
Excerpt from the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands, Opinion by Judge C.J. Judd in C.F. Horner and Paul R. Isenberg [Pioneer Mill] vs. Kumuliili et al. June Term 1895 [Regarding the ahupua‘a of Lāhainā] Generally the ahupuaas [sic] or ilis [sic] of land of a certain name situated on the level land below or “makai” has land, mainly kalo patches, in the valley above or “mauka” bearing the same name…. In order to irrigate these lands small ditches or auwais [sic] were dug in very ancient times, through which the water was led from the main stream on to the lands. On the Kaanapali or western side there are three main auwais, the first one nearest to the head of the valley is “Piilani,” then below it is “Waimana,” then “Puuhuliliole.” The ancient method of using the water was this: When the “day” of a certain ahupua’a, name “Kooka” for example, came around the kalo patches belonging to it and bearing the same name, being mauka, had the water first run into them by the lateral auwai until they were filled, then the water would be turned back into the main stream and then taken out on to the land below named “Kooka.” Honolulu Star Advertiser 26 December 1895
This is an elevated, intact section of P‘ilani ‘Auwai, the headwater for which is Kauaula Stream, traditionally engineered and constructed in the dry-stacked stone manner. Mahalo Hokuao for providing the scale 😊
Mahalo nui Ke‘eaumoku Kapu @keeaumokukapu for sharing your ‘ike, knowledge, of your wahi kupuna (ancestral lands) and the incredible reference to the above decision that discusses traditional water resource management of Lāhainā!