Thanks Paul and Scott!
Paul, you were right!
So i went from 6/10 to 9/11.
See glass on upper left? The lost seed probabiy is here. Now there's some plastic to space sprouts, i'll try to save both.
I've never had a germ ratio so high. And i got it with rocoto.
I calculated that i'd be able to germinate half seeds... Space will be at the limit. The problem is that i can't give away plant too small. Maybe i'll give away just after first re pot.
Also i am soaking from yesterday Avenr and 7pod primo orange, tomorrow i'll start them too.
Keep reading if you want to discover maybe the most criminally unknown place of my city.
I went to Calà del Sasso.
What's that? It's the longest stair of Italy and one of the biggest in the world. For sure one of the coolest too.
Link at italian wiki translated (eng page is just too meager):
- 4444 steps
- 7km long
- 744m ascension
- about 600-700 years old
- once used to transport trunks downhill
- there's a fabled story with a legend
It's a bit more than 1 hour of car from my home and very few people even here knows about it.
A famous writer reporter wrote great article calling it "long as the purgatory and dark as the storm".
Contrary to last week that time there was some snow... So i didn't walk all the stair. Probably i didn't reach even half... Going on it was more steep, and steps were in worse shape... So at a certain point i just turned back.
When snow melts i'll walk it all.
Here the path that leads to Calà
Again ice, it's cool:
Here Calà starts:
At first is well mantained and it's easy to go on.
Yet after a while there were only animal traces going along.
Here it was a bit more difficult...
At that point i turned back, i was't sure to recognize steps...
While returning i met some people with a nice dog:
He really enjoyed the snow!
I'm really satisfied with those (for sure not cheap, but worth it ).
Edited by Essegi, 14 January 2017 - 03:05 PM.