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farmer boy

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fella i recone your going to regret growing them so close togeth other than that good idea :guitar:

peace out farmer boy

thanks Farmer boy, i know its unconventional -but those tyres are pretty big! its a compact site for steath-i wish i could say more about where it is, its cheeky as fook! lol

i should be able to keep them well watered, and they will wick up quite well i think, the water table is quite high here. i staggered the tyres so i can train the pairs 180 degrees away from each other- this view is looking north, they get pretty much full sun all day, just getting shaded by trees in the late afternoon.

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i know its unconventional -but those tyres are pretty big!.

thats a good thing :yep: the only reason a said that was one of the first grows i done exactly the same thing (minuse the tyeres) and ended up with loads of problems with over crowding and big mould problems

peace out farmer boy

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gotcha. im hoping that most of these strains will be fairly columnar, which with training should see me ok, the benifits of being able to get maximum food/water to the roots should be worth the risk- its a technique ive seen US growers use? and im going to try a tea tree oil spray in the first few weeks of flowing to try and keep the worst of the mould away. :wink:

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Hi Osama, about your tyre grow, I would LST them in opposite directions mate to avoid the overcrowding and get more outta the sun. Lovin it though, using what's at hand and behind enemy lines too! :guitar:

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Ps: Once we get farmer boy to make a diary, perhaps we'll get Badpenny to join the action.

I am now Finca-penny AT :wink: no more bad-penny as I have re-invented myself :wink: I dont think this country is ready for a farmer-boy Finca-penny joint project :wassnnme: Back in blighty for a week,thought I would drop in see whats occuring :guitar:

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hi BP/FP glad to see your still about :guitar: hope its all going well ?

peace out farmer boy

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I would like to add my voice to the FB diary chorus! :yep:

You're a fine grower and it is a joy to read your posts. :yes:

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hope its all going well ?

I like the FP :yahoo:

Its going VERY well mate,lifes taken a few strange twists and turns :wink: :D if ever I write the book on it I will give you a signed copy,I only wish I had gone over there sooner :wink:

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Pity the photo's so poor;

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this male [Jamil x Royal Dane] was a lovely sight. Had to go though!

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Havent really taken many pics this year for whatever reason :ninja: Heres a pic of my plot taken about 2 months back?It looked a little different when I last saw it on friday,and heres a pic of a pig track,enemy number one,I will never complain about bunnies again :wink:

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Great stuff BP! Good to hear you are enjoying yourself! But what's this reinventing business? Got no OD grow this year, so i might come and give you a hand. ;)

How do you plan to deal with them pigs? Not too many options other than putting a fence is there.

Cheers,

AT :oldtoker:

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How do you plan to deal with them pigs? Not too many options other than putting a fence is there.

lunch/dinner :wassnnme:

peace out farmer boy

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How do you plan to deal with them pigs? Not too many options other than putting a fence is there.

lunch/dinner :wassnnme:

peace out farmer boy

I was afraid of posting something like that, but i agree! If you need help BP, i'm not a bad shot! lol And wild pig can taste pretty good.

AT :oldtoker:

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Reinventing mate because I am no longer a bad-penny :D I am the spanish version of FB :king: Pigs?The spanish like to shoot them,electric fence keeps them at bay,theres only a small number in that area anyways,havent seen them,only the tracks and where they have been rooting churning over the rough ground,but I would willingly swap 100 bunnies for a pig :D

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Somehow i completely missed that you moved away BP! :doh: hope you are doing well in Spain. A shame that you haven't taken any more pictures.

Wish you all the best then Finca! ;)

AT :oldtoker:

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