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Moonshine17

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got a nice bunch of pine trees about 20 or so autos that are gonna get spaced out thru out in...some will be close to a natural spring...in all 40 seeds will be germed :) 5 gallon buckets ....te to hide my easter e :) :) :) :) I live in a unfriendly state...
Me too have unfriendly state. But you don't know how much I'd loooooove to do that. Lol
 

weedman79

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Cookie Monster love COOKIES". But....Confucius say "man who have no cookie...no eat cookie". Sad face. Lol
also he say :) man who go to bed with itchy butt . Wake up with stinky finger :) lmao
 

Moonshine17

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Weedman always says to be careful...then be careful and aware of your surroundings on top of that...repeat 2 more times :) always look for human tracks, trash.tire tracks etc...got me a few deer cameras just for my piece of mind :)


10-4. Roger that!!
 

Moonshine17

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I grew a automatic right I fromt of two super busy convenient stores....I could look right over at her :) because I knew were to look :) pulled 2zips off her....last year...it was a lemon skunk automatic...
That's freakin awesome!!! Nutrients& water? Did you dress up like a homeless person and get a cart to haul your water/nutes in. Lol
 

Moonshine17

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That's freakin awesome!!! Nutrients& water? Did you dress up like a homeless person and get a cart to haul your water/nutes in. Lol

On a serious note though. Being homeless disguise is perfect, because few people recognize, or acknowledge or even notice homeless people for more than 1 second tops. It's sad really.
 

weedman79

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That's freakin awesome!!! Nutrients& water? Did you dress up like a homeless person and get a cart to haul your water/nutes in. Lol
I juat used roots organic
...no extra nutes...the rain helped me on watering...but I had to water a couple of times :) just got me a big trash bag and pixked up trash :)
 

Kingjoe83

Grow Journal of the Month: July 2017
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