NEVER WATER YOUR PLANTS AGAIN!

NEVER WATER YOUR PLANTS AGAIN!

Never water your plants again if you follow this garden hack! Thanks to http://www.bidonplants.com top hacks 2016.

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Learn more/references:

“What a Plant Knows” by Daniel Chamovitz http://amzn.to/2bfvdOg

“The Secret Life of Plants” by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird http://amzn.to/2bczCTf (this book is full of bad science mumbo jumbo, but it’s where the Cleve Backster story comes from)

Galil, J. “An ancient technique for ripening sycomore fruit in east-mediterranean countries.” Economic Botany 22.2 (1968): 178-190.

Kost, C., & Heil, M. (2008). The Defensive Role of Volatile Emission and Extrafloral Nectar Secretion for Lima Bean in Nature. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 34(1), 2–13. http://doi.org/10.1007/s10886-007-9404-0

Gerbode, Sharon J., et al. “How the cucumber tendril coils and overwinds.”Science 337.6098 (2012): 1087-1091.

Darwin’s writings on vines and climbing plants: http://darwin-online.org.uk/content/frameset?itemID=F836&viewtype=text&pageseq=1

Darwin’s writings on plant movement: http://darwin-online.org.uk/EditorialIntroductions/Freeman_ThePowerofMovementinPlants.html

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Koi Pond Water Garden Spring Clean Out New Jersey

Koi Pond Water Garden Spring Clean Out New Jersey

Join Mike Gannon, the Pond Hunter, for a how to on giving your water garden pond a spring cleanout service. See the whole process and Mike offers up some great tips on this type of pond service. Mike is the owner of Full Service Aquatics a koi pond and water garden company based in Summit, New Jersey. Design and installation services for koi ponds, waterfalls, water gardens and all type of water feature is their specialty. New Jersey pond services and cleanouts, pond opening and closing services. Koi pond services and repair all provided by Full Service Aquatics. NJ pond services maintenance cleaning installation design repair renovation for koi pond water garden.
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Minecraft PE Seeds – OCEAN MONUMENT at SPAWN! Water Temple Seed – 0.16.0 / 1.0.0 MCPE

Minecraft PE Seeds - OCEAN MONUMENT at SPAWN! Water Temple Seed - 0.16.0 / 1.0.0 MCPE

Finally the first Beta version of Minecraft PE 0.16.0 is here! In MCPE 0.16.0, one of the best new features is the ocean monument, also known as water temple! This MCPE seed will spawn you right next to an ocean monument, so you can explore the water temple for the first time! Just make sure you use MCPE 0.16.0 beta version, because older versions don’t have ocean monuments. Also I can’t promise that this seed will work in the 0.16.0 full version, but at least it works on the Beta version. Subscribe for more MCPE seeds!

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So make sure you use the MCPE 0.16.0 beta version, because this seed will not work on older versions. Ocean monuments are a new feature in Minecraft PE 0.16.0! I captured this MCPE 0.16.0 gameplay with build 1 update. If you want to get MCPE 0.16.0 beta too, you need Android device and MCPE from Google Play. Then just join to the MCPE beta testing and you will be able to update your MCPE to 0.16.0. No need to download apk files or anything like that.

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What is a ocean monument / water temple:
It’s a new structure that generates underwater. There are hostile monsters called Guardians and Elder Guardians. Elder guardian is the bigger one, a underwater boss. You will find ocean monuments at the bottom of the ocean, however it has be deep enough for them to generate. Also be careful if you go to the water temple in survival mode, you will need water breathing potions, good armor and healing potions too! Also sadly MCPE 0.16.0 beta is not available for iOS devices (iPhone and iPad), only Android.

(Minecraft Pocket Edition 0.16.0 Gameplay)

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Water Gardens – One of the Most Prominent Wonders of Sri Lanka’s “Lion Fortress”

The “Lion Rock” of Sigiriya is one of Sri Lanka’s proudest and most celebrated heritage sites. The ruins of the ancient fortress hewn from a majestic rock face can be seen rising 200 metres above the plains of the island’s north central region. The forbidding edifice appears as a brooding lion sitting proudly on its haunches, a protector poised to subdue and intimidate all approaching foes. This impression is mainly evoked by the great lion paws that are one of the most distinctive features of the fortress that still survives. They flank a grand stone staircase that reaches halfway to the top of the rock.

The brooding ruin shrouded in pale mists was once one of the most stunning royal citadels ever seen in Asia, at the time of its original construction in the 5th century A.D. It very origins involve a historic saga of murder, betrayal and intrigue. Historical records recount that, in 473 A.D, the son of the pious King Dhatusena and a lesser consort, Prince Kashyapa, overthrew his father and had him killed. The rightful heir, Prince Mogallana, fled into exile, swearing to reclaim his kingdom. Fearing his half-brother and his many foes, Kashyapa transferred his seat of rule from Anuradhapura to the more defensive position of Sigiriya. There he had the impregnable palace-fortress of Sigiriya created, modelled upon the mythical accounts of the God of Wealth’s own abode. He is said to have held court here for eighteen years, in a splendid and lavish lifestyle that awed many foreign chroniclers of his time.

King Kashyapa was eventually betrayed by his army as he set out to meet his brother in a final confrontation, causing him to commit suicide rather than face defeat. However immoral or tragic had been his ascent to power and downfall, it cannot be argued that he was a monarch with the soul of an artist, and that his palace is the single greatest surviving testament to the astounding architectural achievement of ancient Sri Lankan engineers and craftsman. The wonders still surviving within the citadel are many and varied, such as the “Mirror Wall” which still retains the polish reflective surface despite the passing of over 1500 years and the beautiful world-famous frescos depicting what is thought to be a host of goddesses.

Some of the most intriguing architectural features are found in the pleasure gardens of the citadel’s western precinct. Among the myriad of aesthetic water features and pavilions seen here, the water gardens are a veritable wonder of hydraulic design and engineering.

The water gardens comprise three principal gardens. The first and largest of these features an islet surrounded by water; the second, two deep rectangular pools set parallel to one another and the third, a large pool that takes the shape of an octagon with a raised podium set in one corner. All three fall across a symmetrical east-west axis and are fed by a large reservoir, via an underground water conduit that connects to the citadel’s outer moat.

The design the first garden is of great interest to archaeologists and historians. Four causeways flow down from cardinal directions, feeding the pool from the main precinct while the central island appears to have been the base for a summer pavilion. This appears to follow the ancient “char bhag” garden design; predating the water gardens of both the Angkor and Mughal citadels by several centuries, this water garden is one of the oldest surviving examples of this gardening tradition still in existence.

The two pools of the second garden are paved in marble and fed by winding streams that trickle down into them. Circular fountains made of limestone are set within these streams, whose jets are carried by underground conduits operating in accordance with the laws of pressure and gravity. Shallow cisterns appear to serve a dual use as both water containers and pressure chambers for the fountains. The mechanism of these fountains is still fully functional and can be viewed at their best during the end of year rainy overflows.

This garden is one of the highly-regarded instances of designing ingenuity, as the pools and fountains would have served as aesthetically lovely air coolers for the palace, complete with soothing sound effects.

The third garden is set at a higher elevation than the first and second, its pool set at the meeting point between the water and boulder gardens. The podium and ledge creates a bathing pavilion, no doubt enjoyed by the royal household on days of summery heat.

Those wishing to further explore the mysteries and marvels of this ancient citadel is invited to choose Sigiriya hotel as a base of travel. The Jetwing Vil Uyana is a hotel in Sigiriya well-reputed for its well-appointed accommodation and excellence of service – an idyllic base for visitors gearing to explore the area’s eponymous fortress.

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