Date of publication: 2018-04-10 23:34
also couch grass or another grass? this looks quite different from the clumps above but maybe they would turn into that given time?
I wasn't sure if the plant on the right was wood avens or mallow, then saw I have them both near each other so thought a comparison might be useful, mallow on the left, wood avens on the right
when the sedge is small like the example on the left below it's easy to pull out but when it gets as large as the clump on the right below it needs to be dug out which I did on this clump
One of the popular new ways to grow is using autoflowering seeds. These seeds have been around some years now and certain varieties are well worth checking out they can be a shortcut to high quality cannabis. Some of them only take as little as 65 days from germination to harvest. Trusted varieties I grow again and again include:
This last pic here shows the ground elder with the roots after I dug it up. I got most of it but some definitely broke off. I'm sure it will come back but I must keep digging it up whenever I see it.
Prickly Sow Thistle
not to be confused with smooth sow thistle (see below), the leaves may be the same shape (ie lobed) only prickly or more oval-shaped like this one
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Place your seeds on the towel and allow roughly ½” of space between them so that the roots do not get tangled. Cover with the other half of the paper towel making sure it is in contact with the seeds.
Unlike chard it doesn&rsquo t take up space for months on end, so you can just throw in a quick row here & there as a catch crop.
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