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  1. Hello all. This is my first post on a forum ever, so I hope it's OK for you all. I'll try and set it out like I'd like to read it so it's easy and hopefully interesting haha. Aim is to grow some lovely plants to use for my aching body haha. Here's my statistics and method: I live at 53 degrees latitude. I use as organic as I can get away with. I try not to over fuss over it all. I use a 10 x 3 metre polytunnel. I'm using fabric pots and plastic pots. Only use items I can get from shops like Wilkos and the local garden centres. No need for expensive overpriced things. I'm not really upset or annoyed if something negative happens, like pests or diseases because it's nature. It's bound to occur. I did start some seeds off earlier in the years ( Papaya, Super skunk, Red russian, some small autos). I did some Blackberry kush a few months ago and due to the cooler spring this year ended up tiny. A couple of grams off each plant haha. I have now a few PHOTOPERIOD previously mentioned and now some new seedlings emerging today so that's why it's a good time to start a new diary. So the newly seedlings are 3 Blackberry kush and 1 Orange Crush. All 4 are automatics.