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Guerrilla Growing

Growing in the great outdoors

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    • monkeypig
      I'll happily see what the hype is all about
    • monkeypig
    • oldtimer1
      Realseeds sell glass gem scroll to the bottom of the page.   Its not a sweetcorn, its a high starch maze variety bred for drying to make popcorn, if you grow it close to {within 200 meters] it will mess up any real sweet varieties you grow by cross pollinating them.   Amaize is really nice if you don't mind your cobs being white, for sure the best tasting corn I have ever grown, I will be sowing mine first week in may, I get them germinated then get them planted out as soon as a few inches high, to me its about it being warm enough outside so they just grow away quickly with no checks, IMHO now is a bit to early we had a frost last night and it would have got them even in the greenhouse.   Last year we had a minus 6˚c fros first week in may and it killed all my peppers in the GH lucky I had spares in the house.  
    • panik
      I know I have it on my site , binski’s knicked  my ideas , I’m getting a creams franchise opened up fuck it..