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    • theokoles
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHFCGrXIk3M
    • unity
      @Mr blue if it's just the mixing that puts you off, bet a cheap ass drill & a paint stirrer - it'll do the job in no time   I actually use a 5 quid food processor thingy from argos, but be careful if using electric stuff near water.   @hash72 what is cannabis paste, sounds like something I need to know about    so far I've done as you have, and am making butter - I has a freezer stash of awesum cookies  
    • B.T.Y82
      Okay I'm confused    Has this thread been hijacked ? And what happened to Dave ?   That chocolate mint og was looking piff 
    • theokoles
      You are right mate, although i took the pics this morning. Most of the garden down towards the shed is dry, the veggie patch looks a bit damp this morning (the patch before the shed) after the shed there is a patch that is retaining water, i had a gardener come in last week and he said we just need to dig a hole about 2m long and 1m deep, sand, breeze blocks and create a drainage system..no big deal he said. I've not tested the soil yet got a ph kit so glad you reminded me. The other option was to use raised beds in that area.