The Pruner is a decorating tool which prunes any growable plant from vines, kelp, to even saplings preventing them from growing. This can be useful for players who wish to micromanage their decorating.
Say a player doesn’t want a birch sapling to grow because they like the look of a birch sapling. They can use the Pruner to stop it from growing. It will then remain as a sapling forever unless the player “re-prunes” it. Every time a player prunes a plant a sound will play resembling shears.
In order to craft a Pruner the player needs a shear and a stick. It’s durability is 220.
I currently have a 40v pole pruner but I need something with more power. Is the HT 56 C-E worth it or do I need to step up to the HT 103?
Or is the kombi system worth getting if I’m also interested in getting a gas hedge trimmer as well?
This happened to me in June of last year:
I live in Northern Ontario Canada in a semi-rural area. It was around 5:00 p.m. and I was eagerly awaiting my son’s arrival for a visit, I have a shared custody arrangement with his mother. I have a standard poodle which is not a scary dog by any means, but she does her job by barking as soon as anyone walks down our road, let alone walks onto our property. So, when she starts barking, I naturally assume my ex has pulled into the driveway so I make my way out to greet them. Only, it wasn’t her car. Rather, it was a middle-aged disheveled looking man with eyes as big as saucers who was creeping around my house. When he caught sight of me, I could tell he was startled. To give you a visual I’m a rather intimidating looking guy, I have long hair, a full beard and I’ve had friends tell that I look like a serial killer, hence my nickname, "Serial Miller". The guy stars stammering and says “Oh, I was wondering if you needed any pruning done... keep reading on reddit ➡
Retailer: London Drugs
Regular price $89.99...I was going to buy this from Home Hardware (30% off Fiskars yard tools), but this deal is even better.
Retailer: Canadian Tire
This is a great single hand pruner for branches upto ~1 inch in diameter. I have used it since last year and has been reliable and sharp.
On sale for $9.99 at Canadian Tire. Based on their funny-math invented original price of $24.99, it is "60%" off.
Amazon has the same model for $21.87 currently
Ok so I live on lease, when I moved in the backyard was a huge mess (completely abandoned and wild) and since I love gardening but I work a lot of hours I took care of it on my spare time, took me 3 years to turn it into a nice garden. Now, landlords hired a pruner to trim the tall trees which were going out of control. They said they would chop the logs into fireplace wood, and the smaller sticks into sawdust and shavings that they would leave on the lawn to fertilize the soil. Cool.
But when they left there was a super thick layer of shavings on half of my lawn. I'm talking about 3/4 inches of wooden chips, on top of the grass lawn. I am afraid that it will take YEARS before that amount of wood gets properly mixed with the soil and since it's raining a lot I also think that it is going to rot and become really nasty. Sure enough I'm not buying a hoe and break my back to hoe the ground to fix their mess!
What do you guys think?
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My world is overexplored, and I'd like to prune the extra chunks where I haven't built anything. Is there a good utility like chunky that can do that these days? I think chunky is gone now.
I'd like (and I'm sure many others would) a nice script to prune down the xbps cache without deleting everything ('cause you never know!)
Before I add teeth to my script I would appreciate feedback on this - please note this only lists deletion candidates it does NOT modify your cache!!
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#!/usr/bin/env python3 import os # TODO should be defaulted parameter ?? cache_path = '/var/cache/xbps/' # TODO should definitely be a parameter! # number of back versions including current to keep keep_n = 3 # all files ending .xbps file_names = os.listdir(cache_path) file_names = [fn for fn in file_names if fn.endswith('.xbps')] file_names.sort() # all package names in cache pkg_names = os.listdir(cache_path) pkg_names = [fn for fn in pkg_names if fn.endswith('.xbps')] pkg_names = [fn[0:fn.rfind('-')] for fn in pkg_names] pkg_names = list(set(pkg_names)) pkg_names.sort() for fn in pkg_names:
I found this great pair of old pruners at an estate sale. Once we sharpened them up they work great -- I really like the spring mechanism. Anyone have advice on cleaning them up a bit though so they don't deteriorate?
Shopping for a manual pole saw with a decent reach (12-14’). Any recommendations? I found this one on amazon.
Fiskars 14 Foot Power-Lever Extendable Tree Pruner (93016059J) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000XSF3YM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_OaDwCbGQPJDKW