Step 2: Milkweed
Step 1: To start - Milkweed seeds, we recommend starting indoors, but before this happens Milkweed seeds need to go through a period of cold stratification. Cold stratification is very important for the germination and growth of Milkweed. It helps to break the seeds natural dormancy cycle by exposing the seed to winter-like temperatures that help soften or crack its hard outer casing. Without prolonged exposure to cold temperatures, your milkweed seed is unlikely to sprout.
To do this, put your Milkweed seed in a damp paper towel or some damp sand inside a zipper bag, and place in your fridge for 3 — 6 weeks 30 days. We taped ours to the bottom of a refrigerator shelf.
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Step 3: Watering - Gently water the planted seed to give additional hydration. Water every day, or every other day as needed. Light Requirements - For the next few weeks, make sure your Milkweed is either in a sunny window, in a green house, or under a grow light. Milkweed needs lots of sun and warmth to grow. You can see that in our experiment below , this is exactly what happened!
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Ideally, a sturdier stem is better. Some people have good luck pointing a gently circulating fan towards their growing seedlings, in an effort to strengthen young plants. Mario is now working as the Curatorial Entomologist at the Butterfly Pavilion where he oversees the terrestrial invertebrate collection. He is familiar with all aspects of beekeeping and excited to train future keepers about the art and science of keeping bees!
If you are unable to make it to a class, you will still be able to receive all of the class materials. A full refund will be given to the customer if the Butterfly Pavilion cancels a workshop for any reason. Buy Tickets. Beekeeping Bootcamp Work alongside Butterfly Pavilion beekeeping experts and other beginner beekeepers, developing the skills necessary to achieve thriving beehives.
How it Works The Beekeeping Bootcamp series is comprised of 5 three-hour workshops throughout the year taught by Butterfly Pavilion Entomologist and knowledgeable beekeeper, Mario Padilla. Workshop 3: Mid-season Management and Maladies — June 13, , am — pm How are we looking? Workshop 4: Honey Extraction — August 15, , am — pm How sweet it is! Cancellation Policy If you are unable to make it to a class, you will still be able to receive all of the class materials. For running the analysis you need to create a solution.
Solution component has several inputs that let you make the final changes to the case or change them while the analysis is running. Similar to snappyHexMesh you can run the solution in parallel.
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SolutionParameters is a collection of parameters that can be modified while the analysis is running. You can even set the parameter to change during the solution after a certain time-step. Butterfly supports real-time results visualization which means you can load the results for the latestTime while the analysis is running.
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Click on the image below to watch the video and see the process in action. In case the image link didn't work click here to watch the video. You can also plot the residuals while the solution is running either inside Grasshopper or in Rhino screen using Plot Residuals component. As a result the component will update the results only once after the analysis is over. You can also use other tools outside of Grasshopper to visualize the results.
The image below shows an example of loading the results in ParaView. We need your input on almost everything! How do you like the current workflow? How do you think the workflow can be improved? What are your thoughts on default boundary conditions? Do you have a set of boundary conditions that you think we should add to the library? What will be your wish for the next release? Please open an issue for your comments, suggestions and bug reports so other users can also add their inputs.
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Butterfly also has a Python API which lets you to create your own components or modify the butterfly case with typing a couple of lines. Here is the API documentation. You can double click on any of the components to see an example! I will try to provide more examples in the near future. Skip to content. Dismiss Document your code Every project on GitHub comes with a version-controlled wiki to give your documentation the high level of care it deserves. Sign up for free See pricing for teams and enterprises.
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