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Right then guerrillas I’m back once again with my seasonal grow diary for all you green fingered outlaws. I hadn't planned on doing a diary this year , but I thought it would be fun to share the journey with everyone. For all the people who no me . I said goodbye to my dad at Christmas, he passed away from throat cancer. Last year I used various outdoor projects to distract me from watching my fathers impending death. I miss the old boat so much and it's been a tough few months adjusting to life with out him. I haven't quite felt the same since he passed away. Anyway , Enough of the that ! It looks like the forum has gained lots of new and enthusiastic guerrillas so hopefully this season will be a fruitful one for us all. Lots of new faces and few old ones are still here chugging away in the background. This May has been wet and abit cold, but have faith . This year I’m going to try a new approach. Instead of going balls deep into the diary. I'm going to attempt a more systematic explanation of the whole project lifecycle and explain some techniques I use to deliver a successful harvest year on a budget. Here’s a breakdown of how I’m going to do the diary this year Introduction Useful rules I've leant the hard way Last years work Seed selection Approach plan Equipment and Money saving techniques Plot hunting techniques (do’s and don’ts) Germination This years grow sites Plant out Maintenance Prepare for harvest and harvesting Drying and curing - Hash Making Smoke report Sign off I'll be back next week . Have a great weekend and wish everyone all the best for this season.