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En honor a mi gran amigo Shaggy

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9 hours ago, g22 said:

When i help you I learn too:picknose:

thanks for flattery organic farming is so interesting and more than just mesure  fertilizer and even more interesting to cultivate the same strain together

sharing knowledge makes us all better my friends ,if everybody in the whole world would be sharing more with each other the world will become a better place at the end ,keep up the faith and spread the love and of course the canja !!

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Hola amig@s y compañer@s de cultivo dejo una foto de las plantas en la actualidad 

 

Hello friends and cultivation companions I leave a photo of the plants nowadays_20190619_092911.JPG.18c5d2cf98c92d5eb3032f7dd97bd3e3.JPG

 

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Saludos 

Regards 

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