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  1. Hello and welcome to another season on the UK420 forum . This year I will be growing in one plot not uses before so it's a all or nothing type of deal go big or go home. There's a bed for 6 with space for pots aswell if needs be. It was around 5 to 8 inches of soil before hitting more heavy clay based material so I turned over what was there and added some seaweed and a box of FEB. And added some garden off cuts leaves and flowers,guinee pigs sawdust chicken pellets and gentle agitated it into the top with the aim to raise the bed . I had a 70l bale of coco arrive unexpectedly so off that went and I sawed it into thin sheets and played it out evenenly gently pressed into the top of the bed. I will post pics as and when for the time being I'm waiting on a E27 light cable and sun master then I will crack on and make a veg box in around 2 weeks. Till then adios amigo's