Panzergruppe Tarraco scenery: the Panzodrom

Postby Jimster » Sat Jun 27, 2020 1:23 pm

Wow! This takes rc tanking to a new level. Stunning. I love all the build photos as well. All the figures kneeling and hammering etc. Looks like they’re having fun until that sinister SS officer showed up.

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Postby Jussek » Sat Jun 27, 2020 6:13 pm

Estnische wrote:A mighty effort Jussek!

Did you consider keeping any of the weeds? Some of them did look like scale trees, but I guess not in the way you want the Panzedrom to be presented.


well, yes and not, some are profitable if they are mow down regularly, if not, they became a nightmare of hard stems. And after so many weeks you can imagine the size...

Marco Peter wrote:At least those are fertile grounds! :-)


Not that much mate, unfortunately

xhelfix wrote:Hey Jussek,

we now that from Wächtersbach......when its growingtime.....we also have to cut and sort our every 2-3 weeks the complet tarrain.
Good work have you done!
And thanks for the pisc, Greetz, Andy
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yep Andy, by now, we are only mowing the ground cover of about 300 square meters with an electric brush cutter every two weeks, when the planned Panzodrom is finished it will be 3 times this area, we will see how we will deal with this!

Jimster wrote:Wow! This takes rc tanking to a new level. Stunning. I love all the build photos as well. All the figures kneeling and hammering etc. Looks like they’re having fun until that sinister SS officer showed up.


thanks mate!

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Postby HERMAN BIX » Sat Jun 27, 2020 11:39 pm

What a transformation!
From Jungle to Steppe !
At least you know for sure it’s completely wether proof and can survive unattended for ages
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Postby Jussek » Mon Jun 29, 2020 7:51 am

HERMAN BIX wrote:What a transformation!
From Jungle to Steppe !
At least you know for sure it’s completely wether proof and can survive unattended for ages


hello Mr.Bix!

it's not really like that, unfortunately. We have been lucky with a spring dotted with regular rains, if not, a part of the plant species that we have planted would have died. We have planted species resistant to drought and insolation, or with little need for irrigation, but of course, that is like that so as long as they are well rooted, if they are young plants with little root, they should be watered more often or they do not survive, here in summer it is very hot. So, we have to water them every 3 or 4 days for the young with still a poor developed root system, the older ones could be watered every 7 days.

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