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Alfemco

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    • vape_ninja
      ive recieved my Mighty and i will write up what i honestly think in a few days  
    • OldFord
      If shes well on her way & outdoors then i suggest leaving her there.   Enclosing her indoors on no budget without adequate air movement & odour filtration will stink your yard out .... quite poss next door too       just let her get on & do her thing , i wouldnt encase her outdoors at this stage , poss an overhead cover of a clear nature to keep the worst of the rain off but she needs airflow.    Then its a case of clench your cheeks and ride it out like the rest of us       Some strains fare better than others outdoors and molds just a part of the gamble,  what are you running ?       Get a pic up to see how far your on,  all the best.   
    • catfish
      Your welcome brother . Oooo that sounds hazy 
    • blackpoolbouncer
      I grew potatoes in hay bales this year. Each row grew 8 foot wide, 6 foot high. There's so much biomass in a hay bales and it's the ideal c/n ratio. So much nutrition. Epic. I made about 30 tons of compost this year from hay alone.    It's compost waiting to be made.       If you've got any specific questions on anything permaculture I'm always happy to help