Hi, Planting outdoor plants 4 my first time. I was wondering, I've seen conflicting information on how deep to dig your holes. Do you dig 1 ft deep x 1 ft across or 3 ft. deep x 3 feet across? 4 x 4? more? I'm putting my own soil in & using gardener lining to outfit the holes. I dont wanna go too crazy on depth cause I'm on state property (less work=faster,etc) so please give me what the bare minimum required is to have a decent well-rounded plant. I'm not shooting for excessive buds (although that'd b nice obviously) just an average plant with an average amount of buds! Also, I'm confused on what order to put everything in the hole in. For example, here's all the stuff I got so far for what I'm planning on filling the holes with: - Gardener lining (or trash bags) - GardenTone Potting Soil - Fish Hydroslate (or i might just throw a gutted trout in each hole) (N) - polymer crystals - Worm Casting (N) - Bone Meal (P) - Molasses (K) - Peat Moss (surface material) - Egg shells (lime) I also have some neem oil & ladybugs in case I notice pests trying to overtake my plants. So with all those ingredients, what is the best stack order when filling the holes?? Also, I'm confused about liquid nutrients vs the nutrients that already come inside your soil. After your plants are transplanted to your soil, do you still need to buy liquid NPK nutrients to supplement the soil or does the soil alone offer enough of the NPK without buying extra liquid NPKs? Any help much appreciated, thanks!