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CSC  HomeView     Home Page  <p>Here at computersystemconsulting.ca we develop, host and support Web based applications for your distributed organization.

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July 11 , 2018 
Skye  SkyHomeView     Skye Farm Home View  <p>Skye Farm is a family business that gets by with a little help from our friends

the garlic patch is located in Grindrod BC,just north of Enderby BC.

While not certified organic; We use sustainable farming methods

to produce quality garlic second to none.We hire local young people to help with

the planting, weeding and harvesting of the garlic.We can be found at various

local farmer's markets, seed swaps and as another roadside attraction in several

different locations.

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January 15, 2012 
HE  HomeView     Home  <h1>2015 Season.</h1>.
<p>We are a loose community working on sustainable lifestyles

<p>Using local sustainable processes.

<p>Join in the opportunities at hand to shape a new world. learning to live by doing.
<h2>What's coming? </h2>

<h4>On the farm. </h4>

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<li><b>New Work Shops. </b> Our ongoing Workshop Click the WorkShops link in the main links
<li>Web Site. Help us develop this site. Check out the Jobs link on the top of every page.
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<li>Content support needed.
<li>Data entry
<li>HelpDesk
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<h3>In the works </h3>
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<li>Shop view Whats going on in our shops.
<li>Expand product view to store system. Linked to salvage system.
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<li>Shops
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<li>Metal shop. Workshops on salvage processes. Learn to maintenance equipment.
<li>Wood shop Introduction to wood working. Click Workshops for more detail
<li>Woodlot learn woodlot management with us.@
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<li>Foraging Firewood, small logs and specialty woods.
<li>Manage home woodlot
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<li>Agriculture. Spring is here join the site and see how you can help.
<li>Foraging. We forage many thing join us in the adventure.
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<li>Wood
<li>Metal
<li>Food
<li>Reusables
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<li>We sort all incoming stocks to our growing inventory. Items available through the Store system <a href='http://he.countrystores.ca'
TARGET = '_blank'>Store</A>
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<li>Building materials
<li>Energy Firewood, Plastics
<li>Medicines
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<li>Marketing
<li> Education
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<li> Apprenticeships
<li>Workshops
<li>Knowledge base
<li>Plant database
<li>Online mentoring
<li>Online courses
<li>Medicines database
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March 18, 2015 
CSCDev  CSC_DevHome_View     CSC Development Home Page  <p>This is our development site. We work on improvements to our products here.

<p>We are now offering online apprenticeships in Perl, TTML, Java HTML5 Cpanel server administration among others. Please click the jobs link to get more information.
<p>Interested in learning web hosting and applications development? Click the Jobs Link in the header navigation's.

<h4>things we are working on.</h4>

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<li>Internal HelpDesk Now active. working on adding LiveEdit to home page
<li>Forager fix none defined error
<li>LiveEdit to Grindrod BC Home Page.
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January 23, 2014 
Skye  GarlicCulture     Garlic Culture  <table>
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From the time a grower picks up a bulb of garlic to crack it in preparation for planting; garlic gets handled numerous times
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Cracking, distributing on the beds, planting ,and mulching (not really handling the garlic).
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Weeding 2-3 times in the spring,, removing mulch if the weather is wet as the garlic swells and ripens, Topping the scapes to encourage bulb growth and promote storagability.
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Digging, removing dirt, loading in carts, bundling and hanging to dry. Cleaning by cutting 'beards', removing stalks, sizing and bagging, then weighing and storing
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Hand grown garlic gets handled 8 times or more before it gets to the customer
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There is also soil preparation which begins immediately after harvest and taking up the irrigation lines and storing them.
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Rototilling, manuring, rototilling again.Then tilling and dibbling immediately prior to planting. In the spring Irrigation lines must be laid out and connected and tested.
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Stalks(scapes) and spathes can be hung and dried in order to save the bulbils
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In 2007 we saved two rows of tops which produced more than 50 kilos of bulbils.
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Bulbils can be sown in spring after the last frost; harvested before their leaves dry down and re-planted in Sept-Oct for a harvest the following July-Aug
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In 2006 we planted 600' of bulbils and 99% of them produced little tiny garlic bulbs. Further research revealed garlic's need to experience freezing temperatures in order to form bulbs.
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In 2008 we  planted 200' after May 24th looking for production of garlic 'onions'
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(bulbs undifferentiated into cloves)
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Aug 23'08 we harvested Garlic'onions ' of 'Ukranian' stock; investigation reveals no differentiation into cloves. These 'onions'were  planted in the fall of 2008 in a plot to determine the viability of propagating the garlic in this manner
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Garlic Tastes by Bob Anderson of Gourmet Garlic Gardens
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There are several components to garlic taste, but we only measure three of them -
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flavor
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(or garlickiness),
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pungency
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(which is the degree of hotness when eaten raw) and
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residual or aftertaste
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, which for some varieties is considerable, and it's not necessarily related to pungency. We measure (subjectively) heat, flavor, and aftertaste on a scale from 1 to 10, each. Raw garlic is hot like a chile pepper, it just doesn't last over a minute, usually and has an aftertaste. Flavour is the intensity of the garlic taste itself, whether it is hot or not; that is, the garlickiness of it. Some have a heavy flavour but mild in heat, whereas others may be light in both or very heavy in both. If you get garlic that scores a ten on all three scales, you have a very potent garlic.
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Spathe -
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Large, sheath-like bract surrounding  and enclosing the flower cluster and bulbils in a capsule that has an elongated beak.
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The spathe falls off most alliums at maturity but generally splits open and remains attached on garlic.
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Scape-
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Commonly called the 'flower stalk;' technically, an 'elongated internode.' It rises from the true stem (below ground level), and its appearance signals the end of normal vegetative (leaf) growth. Scape growth commonly begins two to three weeks before the scape actually becomes visible above the top foliage leaf. The scape is often erroneously called a seed stalk; garlic produces only infertile flowers and no true seed
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Small , usually aerial, secondary cloves often produced in the flower cluster in place of flowers
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