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Some fun in the sun


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Peanut butter and jellyfish! So tall

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Beautiful trees :evergreen_tree::blush::v:


My security view from the house.

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Really nice !! What are you using for the weed barrier tarps and what else?

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Underlayment for roads, has good drainage as well.

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The other one is just outdoor carpet, I still need to put up the rest of the greenhouses up.

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Oh my, I would love this backyard setup. Great job. Your going to have some happy ladies.

Unfortunately I have to grow like a guerilla. But someday in my time left on the big ball of craziness. I will have a nice garden near my cave .
I’m actually in line to get a damaged roll of the heavy underlayment for roads . I have a connect in that biz . I am in the beginnings of growing trees for retail. Native trees for my locality. If I can keep my stock alive and growing in pots thru the 110+ degree heat I’ll go into full tree farm mode this winter. That is why I asked what you are using.

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Started these in April


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The really tall plant is it Amnesia Haze or some type of Sativa? I grew some that really got tall AF started getting really hairy Hairy Buds on it seemed to fill in the stalks and good Smoke too




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Awesome looking good!

That tall lanky Sativa is Dr Grinspoon I have three of them going they 100+ days flower I put them out April 29 I started them April 2nd other plants other strains running in the background are Double Black, Wonder Pie, Candy land and Larrys Sour Lemon.

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Other thing in the garden
Squash
Cukes
And maters

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One thing I can say is Sativa is they are very resistant to drought and mold very tough plants, I had some Amnesia Haze grow extremely tall , some of the Indicas had a little Bud Rot but none on the Haze, I live in a Hot, Humid Climate and they seemed to do better than my Indicas

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Good Idea! We may all have to start growing vegetables! Getting kinda rough out there with gas prices and the overall economy sucks

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It’s hot where I am too and we in drought conditions I use water beads and alot of rabbit poop and alfalfa pellets it holds water pretty good I use 50 gallon bags and 67 gallon nursery pots it’s a race to get the plants big enough two shade the plants
Being a guerilla gardener I have to tote water it’s alot of work I’ve grown Amnesia Haze and strawberry amnesia That have gone 15 and 16 ft I came up with a plan to include sponges in the pots closer to the bottom of the bags

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We grow veggies peaches ,our own Beef rabbits and poultry gives us lots of compost material

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I have to tote water too ! I useing organic fertilizer too , fish fertilizer works good but it definitely draws rodents, I’m going to start useing fabric pot’s next year I’m thinking it may be harder for them to dig in them , I’m convinced it’s field mice they dig at night I lost a couple of plants because of them, I tried a suggestion useing cayenne pepper and so far it’s working haven’t had any more digging up plants

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