My friend and I, having been stoners for about a year, have recently decided to begin a non-serious grow project. We began by collecting some bagseed, and eventually we set them out to germinate. During that time, we explored through our town to find an inconspicuous and well-concealed spot to grow - and we struck gold. We managed to find a thicket by some railroad tracks that NO ONE ever goes by (trust me), with a gaping hole from above to let sun through, and enough coverage to protect from strong winds! lol, we even fashioned a sliding door for our little location out of bundled sticks and branches. When our little seedlings were ready for action (after using the ziploc/paper towel method), we broke out the Dixie cups. So, right now, we have six individual sprouts (more are still germinating) sitting in the wild. So far, our project has been completely free of cost (so if it ends up a failure it won't be that devastating). We used soil from his backyard lawn, we hand-filtered it for bugs and etc, and it really does look pretty rich. My question is, do you have any suggestions for additives we can mix in with our water/soil, that are either very low-cost or able to be found around the house? Also, how much water should we apply to each cup at this early stage, at a time? How often should we water? If anyone has some additional advice from experiences similar to mine or whatever, or general outdoor growing on a ridiculously low-budget, it's all much-appreciated. Thanks.