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 <note power>​**Note:​ Redstone Flux Energy**\\ Each Farm Gearbox requires [[http://​teamcofh.com/​docs/​redstone-flux/​|Redstone Flux Energy]] (RF) in order to work. You can supply them, by connecting any RF power source.</​note>​ <note power>​**Note:​ Redstone Flux Energy**\\ Each Farm Gearbox requires [[http://​teamcofh.com/​docs/​redstone-flux/​|Redstone Flux Energy]] (RF) in order to work. You can supply them, by connecting any RF power source.</​note>​
  
-<note tip>​**Speeding farm:**\\ Each gearbox basically tells the farm to run 1 work unit, so multiple gearboxes ​tells the farm to do work more often.</​note>​+<note tip>​**Speeding farm:**\\ Each gearbox basically tells the farm to run 1 work unit, so multiple gearboxes ​tell the farm to do work more often.</​note>​
  
 === Crafting === === Crafting ===
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 ==== Farm Control ==== ==== Farm Control ====
  
-You can control which fields your farm works on by applying ​redstone ​signals to control blocks. You can either shut down the whole farm by applying a redstone ​signal from top or below or you can disable a specific side by applying a redstone ​signal on the matching side of the control block.((Forestry 2.0.0.8 and later))+You can control which fields your farm works on by applying ​Redstone ​signals to control blocks. You can either shut down the whole farm by applying a Redstone ​signal from the top or below or you can disable a specific side by applying a Redstone ​signal on the matching side of the control block.((Forestry 2.0.0.8 and later))
  
 === Crafting === === Crafting ===
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