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  1. Heys guys looking for some opinions on my plant out this year. Using the usual plot, decided this year i don't want to use pots at all and would like to plant in the ground, or near enough it. Let me explain: so my plot has not got much soil in it, really more of a carpet of moss, grass and soil a few centimetres/inches deep in some places with a bed of solid rock underneath. There are these strange moss covered "mounds" at my plot. In previous years i had used them as a place for the pots to sit so rabbits and the such couldn't get at them as the tallest of these mounds is about 2 foot off the ground. While attempting and failing to dig this morning i realised that i could, in theory, hollow out these mounds and use them as big pots! I started to excavate one and there was actually quite a lot of earth inside and not many roots. I did see about 20-30 mites/ants scuttling around (some were ant coloured, some were pale brown, yellow almost) So my two theories as to what these mounds are: A. Ant colonies or B. The remnants of felled tree stumps from god knows how long ago. If they turn out to be 'B' then happy days. excavate away. If they turn out to be 'A' then i am wondering will there be a problem, will the ants or whatever they are fuck with the plants?? Ill try and attach some pics of the plot from last year so you can see these mounds
  2. Homemade Sulphate of Potash

    From the album Guerilla Grow 2016

    Homemade Sulphate of Potash ready to be dug into soil
  3. Turning over soil and digging in horse manure

    From the album Guerilla Grow 2016

    Clearing my patch out in the bush and turning over top soil and digging in horse manure (10L Per plant of horse manure as well as high quality soil
  4. Turning over soil and digging in horse manure

    From the album Guerilla Grow 2016

    Clearing my patch out in the bush and turning over top soil and digging in horse manure (10L Per plant of horse manure as well as high quality soil
  5. Guerilla Camp Fire

    From the album Guerilla Grow 2016

    Making my own Supply of Sulphate of Potash and also keeping warm and the damn insects away
  6. wagon 2

    From the album funny/uniqiue thread photos

    a wagon for carrying heavy loads to/near plot
  7. wagon 1

    From the album funny/uniqiue thread photos

    a wagon for carrying heavy loads to/near plot
  8. clear spot prior to digging

    From the album Grow Photo's - My First Album

    © iBlazeDaily

  9. from scratch to finish what do you need to do in loam types of soil preparing the plot ect so stupid but how is growing photoperiods outside different ?