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Glad the seedlings are doing well! The pictures really look photoshopped... would you say the camera is accurately showing the weird color of the LED grow lights? (I've had cameras that showed bright LEDs very differently, much whiter and less saturated, than how my eyes perceived them.)
That white is gorgeous!
You can plant trees in late January? Our ground is frozen.
Birch trees, leafed out, can be beautiful. Unfortunately, they die prematurely around here.
I love birch! My grandmother had two in her front yard. Their bark is so lovely, and the catkins intrigued me as a child. I understand catkins are edible; I didn't think so.
Lots of birch here, beautiful trees.
Part 3 of "I am organic gardening" with information about the role of water, air, soil, CO2, and oxygen in the process of growing nutrient-rich soli. The how and why!
To answer your question, Spud, I don't yet know.
Sounds good Randy, they should be able to make a good living by the way things are going.
Randy, will they be selling cannabis, hemp for other uses, or both?
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