So I'm not extremely into growing, but I am going to make an attempt this year, if it doesnt work I dont lose anything so its worth a try. Pretty much across my street is all woods and plains. Directly across my road is pretty much 2 200+ yard fields that people never go in to and have no reason to go into. My plan is to germinate as many seeds as I have, plant them accordingly in the field and hope for a grow. I can't constantly go across the road and water them every day, BUT the thing is all of the plants that are in the field are overgrown by the summer anyways. So I think if its in its natural habitat, just growing, it will work without requiting work until the end. Can someone maybe put some input on this? I live in north nj, so the summers can get hot, and lots of rain in the spring, usually.