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Lamont Dyck
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  • Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
  • Canada
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Cube Farmer, Dirt Under My Fingernails City Slicker
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Distributist, Jeffersonian, feed the block from my backyard
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The essential point that agriculture ought too be saved and revived because agriculture is the foundation for the good life in society; it is, in fact, the normal life.
T.S. Eliot

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Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
Just yesterday: Chicken Parmesan, mmm...mmmm...goood
Currently reading:
Beyond Capitalism & Socialism, 2000 AD (comic), Square foot Gardening, Distributist Perspectives, Equality, Christ Passing By
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1st wave of Sirius Radio
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I am looking for some feed back on this idea I have............ (this is from my website www.fakepersonrealworld.com)

Who am I and why would anyone trust me?

My name is Lamont Dyck and I live in Moose Jaw Saskatchewan Canada. I have a back yard garden and I have been actively gardening for many years. This year I would like to start some new projects that require capital that I do not have. In the past when I needed money… Continue

Posted on March 2, 2009 at 4:00pm

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At 12:27pm on February 12, 2009, Cornelia said…
Hi Lamont,
I am starting to build an indoor system for lettuces and see your LED light on your blog. Where did you get it and how do you know what is GOOD LED vs. BAD LED? Any guidance would be appreciated!

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