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by Hamtonic
November 17th, 2015, 12:52 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2153
Views: 133735

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

Hey guys it's been a while since I've posted up on here but does anyone have any empty feed bags they're willing to get rid of or know any where I can buy some. Pref in the central area.

Thanks
by Hamtonic
July 31st, 2015, 5:58 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2153
Views: 133735

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

@ABA nope can't say I have any experience with termidor sc. For subterranean bugs I recently used bifenthrin for my mole cricket problem brand name is sold as talstar or masterline. It's also used as a termincide according to the booklet. It's a bit pricey but it worked for my problem a 16oz bottle ...
by Hamtonic
July 24th, 2015, 8:50 am
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2153
Views: 133735

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

@ lipstick war the active ingredient is Bentazon
by Hamtonic
July 23rd, 2015, 8:32 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2153
Views: 133735

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

This first time I used basagran I mixed it too weak and without the surfactant. There was limited results and the weeds didn't die out completely. The second time I used the surfactant and higher mix ratio and well it worked like a charm especially with the second dose. Unfortunately one of my neigh...
by Hamtonic
July 23rd, 2015, 8:23 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2153
Views: 133735

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

@ABA I bought a 1 liter bottle from them as well a week or 2 back. Most importantly before you use basgran make sure you've got surfactant (sticker chemical) o hand to mix with the basagran in your pump sprayer for application. I use Surf-ac 820 it's usually $20/250ml. You need the surfactant otherw...
by Hamtonic
July 23rd, 2015, 6:56 am
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2153
Views: 133735

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

@Lipstick war as X_Factor said you rarely find granular 20-20-20, you'll get mostly powder. I did find some a while back in a plant shop can't remember which one tho. To me it worked pretty much like blaukorn no sig diff, you get a much more noticeable performace with the soluble because of the fast...
by Hamtonic
July 4th, 2015, 9:54 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2153
Views: 133735

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

@NR8 Peppercorns or one of the other gourmet food shop had some mayer lemons at one point. I bought a few and extracted the seeds from them, germinated the seeds and planted the seedlings.
by Hamtonic
July 1st, 2015, 9:06 am
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2153
Views: 133735

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

Anyone in here has any experience using talstar insecticide particularly the granules either the PL or EZ. If so what were the results like and is it easy to find the granules in most agro shops and prices.
by Hamtonic
June 29th, 2015, 7:07 am
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2153
Views: 133735

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

@ DVSTT there's wax apple which looks similar to pommerac as someone posted about on the previous page. It's sometimes refered to as chinese pommerac. The tree for which with pruning doesn't get as big as a normal pommerac tree. However as for a true pommerc cultivar with dwarf/miniature tree I know...
by Hamtonic
June 28th, 2015, 8:29 am
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2153
Views: 133735

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

Hey guys does anyone in here have any experience grafting trees? Particularly citrus trees especially with different species onto a single root stock. I've got a portugal and mayer lemon trees germinated from seed growing in my back yard. I'm getting a bit tired of waiting for both trees to bear fru...
by Hamtonic
June 27th, 2015, 5:45 am
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2153
Views: 133735

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

@ DVSTT, if you mean zoysia when you mention lawn grass seeds. Then the simple sprinkle method isn't going to work. Trust me I've tried. Zoysia is a bit of a drama queen when it trying to germinate from seed. The germination rate for unprocessed seeds is low and for processed seeds while germination...
by Hamtonic
June 26th, 2015, 11:00 am
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2153
Views: 133735

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

@ DVSTT overburden sand back fill is one of the worst things you can use to fill your land especially for the surface layer. If the over burden was scraped at the top of the sand pit/quarry it usually comes loaded with a host of weed seeds such as nutsege/nutgrass, crab grass, etc. As the link anoth...
by Hamtonic
June 26th, 2015, 10:36 am
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2153
Views: 133735

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

Again this is up to you supercharged turbo. Based on the results and time frame you're willing to accept you don't have to do the entire space in one go. You can sub divide the space into test plots that are within your workable limit and test both methods, one per plot (each plot could be 10'x10')....
by Hamtonic
June 26th, 2015, 9:59 am
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2153
Views: 133735

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

@ supercharged turbo from your pics it looks like the soil might be too compacted to allow for the easy establishment of lawn grasses. If when it rains the ground tends to become soft with water pooling then there is most likely a compaction as indicated by the surface water not being able to permea...
by Hamtonic
June 17th, 2015, 10:30 am
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2153
Views: 133735

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

Hey guys I didn't even know this forum existed.....but kudos for the person who created it. None the less I'm looking for a small roto tiller/cultivator for my yard could be either electric or gas. Anyone knows if the usual agri equipment dealers farfan trintac stock these? If they do how comparable...
by Hamtonic
March 11th, 2015, 2:06 pm
Forum: Trucks & Pickups
Topic: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.
Replies: 1787
Views: 222594

Re: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.

Hey guys need some help on this one. I know Venum posted the OEM fuel filter number as 1170A053. Can anyone can confirm is this is for the 3.2L sportero. Since I've been calling around and getting different part number for the OEM fuel filter for this vehicle. ROC's filter is carrying the number 177...
by Hamtonic
January 29th, 2015, 7:42 pm
Forum: Trucks & Pickups
Topic: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.
Replies: 1787
Views: 222594

Re: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.

Thanks for the phone number guys.

@ DVSTT I stopped pricing stuff from the firm after I got a price quote of around $900 before discount for an oil filter for my van. Mind you this was a few years back, so I can only imagine the price they might be quoting now.
by Hamtonic
January 29th, 2015, 9:29 am
Forum: Trucks & Pickups
Topic: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.
Replies: 1787
Views: 222594

Re: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.

Thanks DVSTT....yup ROC is one of the normal suppliers I source from but this rounds they were out of stock.

I was able to find a contact for LV marketing easily. (658-0405)

Not so lucky with a contact for Filter pros. If you have a contact for them can you post it as a reply thanks.
by Hamtonic
January 28th, 2015, 10:37 pm
Forum: Trucks & Pickups
Topic: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.
Replies: 1787
Views: 222594

Re: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.

Hey guys anyone knows who has the fuel filter (OEM) for the 3.2L sportero/triton in stock. The two places I normally source from are both out of stock. Most of the other places I've checked don't have OEM but have "an original non-mitsubishi fuel filter that could work" or the usual substi...
by Hamtonic
January 27th, 2013, 7:44 am
Forum: Trucks & Pickups
Topic: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.
Replies: 1787
Views: 222594

Re: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.

Ditto with regards to Mohammed from DM south he's one of the rear examples of great customer service in Trinidad. He definatly goes the extra bit to help the customer out. So the actuator finally failed lastnight and now the alarm won't lock any of the doors (I'm assuming since the actuator won't lo...
by Hamtonic
January 25th, 2013, 7:39 pm
Forum: Trucks & Pickups
Topic: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.
Replies: 1787
Views: 222594

Re: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.

@ DVSTT checked the arm it's ok.....but it's a grinding noise i'm getting from the actuator itself....may need to chnage mine soon....

Anyone knows who sells then and bess price?

Thanks.
by Hamtonic
January 24th, 2013, 10:18 pm
Forum: Trucks & Pickups
Topic: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.
Replies: 1787
Views: 222594

Re: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.

Guys anyone ever have any issues with the solenoid actuators for their doors....mt driver's side actuator making a strange noise everytime it locks the doors.
by Hamtonic
January 23rd, 2013, 3:19 pm
Forum: Trucks & Pickups
Topic: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.
Replies: 1787
Views: 222594

Re: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.

Hey guys need to find a new supplier who has bess prices on redline diesel treatment and amsol diesel concentrate?
by Hamtonic
January 16th, 2013, 7:21 am
Forum: Trucks & Pickups
Topic: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.
Replies: 1787
Views: 222594

Re: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.

I gettin this noise in my automatic tcx l200...aint even reach 10000km in it yet.....it kinda annoying. also my leaf springs squeaking like hell....bad first impression for 1st time mitsu owner. everytin else is great though.....jus those two things. actually gonna see Mohammed in south DM in morni...
by Hamtonic
January 15th, 2013, 8:33 pm
Forum: Trucks & Pickups
Topic: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.
Replies: 1787
Views: 222594

Re: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.

The firm use to bill me for 9 quarts which seems right according to what you guys are saying but when I changed the oil by an outside mech yesterday the van only took 7 liters which is 7.25 quarts even after we started and filled the filter. Same prob we was having What was the end result...did it ...
by Hamtonic
January 15th, 2013, 12:08 pm
Forum: Trucks & Pickups
Topic: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.
Replies: 1787
Views: 222594

Re: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.

The firm use to bill me for 9 quarts which seems right according to what you guys are saying but when I changed the oil by an outside mech yesterday the van only took 7 liters which is 7.25 quarts even after we started and filled the filter.
by Hamtonic
January 15th, 2013, 8:36 am
Forum: Trucks & Pickups
Topic: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.
Replies: 1787
Views: 222594

Re: TECH Thread - MITSUBISHI L200, Sportero, Triton.

Hey can any of you guys tell me how much engine oil the 08 3.2 sportero is suppose to be using. Because I'm starting to think the firm was robbing me.
by Hamtonic
August 25th, 2012, 2:12 pm
Forum: Trucks & Pickups
Topic: Is your rubber any good..?? A tyre guide for your 4x4...
Replies: 272
Views: 82676

Re: Is your rubber any good..?? A tyre guide for your 4x4...

Anyone know where I can get dunlop grandtrek at20 tyres 265/70 R16 to buy?

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