Re: Permaculture Design & Sustainability Course - Work-trade Scholar
- You cannot use water or the parts will rust or corrode rather than growing. Only the best chain lube mixed with the right proportion of Phil Wood grease, applied in the correct amount, will give the wanted result.
Good luck as no two people can agree on what is the best chain lube and the proportions of chain lube and PW grease needed is a proprietary trade secret. ;-)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, David Chase <dr2chase@...> wrote:
> On 2010-09-29, at 4:42 AM, Alec Muffett wrote:
> > > Seeing as how Permaculture is defined as long term sustainable agriculture I really wonder about the relevancy of these permaculture related posts on what is supposed to be a bicycle and accessories support group.
> > Easy: you plant a sprocket and lubricate it, and next spring it emerges into a beautiful wheel and rear mech; and then over the course of two or three seasons it branches-out, matures, and grows into a completed BigDummy...
> When I tried this, all I ever got was a pair of handlebars. Do you think I need a soil test, or am I not watering enough?