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My hanging hands of baccy,,and my kiln, [pics]

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not bad for a brginner,,

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and i still got a lot i aint even picked yet,,,,:cool:
 

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my only concern(and it might not be a concern at all) would be the gas smell from the bike infusing into the leaf, tobacco does a great job soaking up smell

otherwise it looks like you have a nice stash there
 

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Next year i hope to have a little shack built to color cure and have some kind of humidifying equipment in there.
Excellent for first year chicken. It's mine to and it was hell for me but I learned from mistakes and expect a decent crop next year.
 

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Next year i hope to have a little shack built to color cure and have some kind of humidifying equipment in there.
Excellent for first year chicken. It's mine to and it was hell for me but I learned from mistakes and expect a decent crop next year.

that gutted 20 ft. camper does fine,,,,

thats what you should have your eye out for,, a old camper, makes a perfect baccy '' work area''
 

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well, im gonna bump this thread, so someone want a basic idea of how to make a small efficiant kiln,the one above,,,

since then ive updated my kiln, and built it bigger and better,

still in the backside of a old gutted camper,

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In the upper left of pic #1 -- You oughta oil that saw! :D

J

i actually use that saw, depending what i have to cut,

if it dont require, the jig-saw, or circular saw, it gets the hand saw,
 

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i actually use that saw, depending what i have to cut,

if it dont require, the jig-saw, or circular saw, it gets the hand saw,

Me too. For small jobs it beats hauling wire and stuff. I have a rip that doesn't get used much but it's sharp and ready if needed.

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Your gonna give everyone a handicap right, on hand tying?

nope;

it will be evry person for himself,

but we know, cant no-one come near the perfection, BIG-BONNER has,
 
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