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A rough cut from my new DJI Mavic Pro 2 drone. Pretty happy with it so far. Will comment more on the device when I get some more hours of flight time.
We are replanting some land that we previously harvested planted pine from. Quickly edited on iPhone direct from the lower quality cached vids captured to the phone for preview only. Unfortunately some of these shots I don’t have the 4K versions of as I forgot to put in the SD card on my first day of flying and didnt have time to run back and grab the card. I will reshoot some of the scenes, trim and upload a 4K version when I get a little more time.
Joining the logs together is a bit more tricky than I thought but progress is being made here and the raised bed is coming together nicely.
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Plant a group of Longleaf Pine trees, Pinus palustrus, Longleaf pines that live to grow into enormous specimen monarchs with very long evergreen pine needles that have an important use as a bedding plant mulch for azalea shrubs and camellia plants. The yellow lumber has long been used as a building material, causing some people to call the longleaf pine tree the ‘yellow pine tree’, and the rosin (resin) is collected to use as naval stores chemicals and turpentine. The longleaf pine trees can grow to be hundreds of years old and are important in the southern states of Florida, GA and Alabama to serve as a habitat that is exclusive to certain kinds of rare animals like gophers (land turtles), black snake racers and a few other rare birds that have been on the edge of extinction. The longleaf pine trees are also almost immune to forest fires because of their inherent characteristics of surviving wild forest incineration, while other pine trees, bushes and hardwood trees are killed by high pine needle fires.
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Hello all! welcome back to my youtube channel. Today I made a planter box. I made this planter bix from the wood type Oregon Pine. Also known as Douglas wood here in europe.
For this planter box project i used a new type of adhesive from the brand Bison. called Woodmax. It must be stronger than wood and we will see if that is true! The size of this planter box is 1000mm x 300mm x1000mm length x width x height. The Oregon pine planks I saw were 4000x200x20mm
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