Well, Im not sure exactly what to do here. Ive been checking out these forums since December of 2011 and when I got the Idea to start growing in my Forest early this February, I became a member to get as much information as I could so I would be ready. I dont plant on starting the growth until sometime in March, But ive been working on a nice, camouflaged clearing in my forest to prepare for the Growth. Ive been working on it for about a week now digging up rocks and whatnot, and even though the soil was pretty crappy, I mixed it with some mulch and nice Dark soil I stole from my neighbors Backyard. Well, as a result Ive seen a couple millipedes and worms in the soil which has become much softer. And Im guessing if I keep raking it and moving it around, it will be pretty good when I start to grow. However, I am taking my freinds advice here on not over thinking shit. He even went as far as to tell me just to spread the seeds around casually. Obviously I am not going to do this as Ive already got a plan for Germination and early growth, but I am wondering, how many plants could I grow in this Area below? I dont need them that high since Im just going to smoke it all as well as the fact that I dont want it to grow higher than the wall of dead branches that hide it. I got a good deal on bagseeds from a kid I know who sold me 22 for 10 dollars. Here is just 4 of them. Lastly, Someone told me I can grow each plant 6 inches apart, Is this true? and also what could be the possible negative outcomes of growing too close other than disorganization? I hope you all keep up with this journal as Im going to need some help along the way. However, I will probably not post again until I start Germinating my seeds anywhere between March 1st to 20th (It looks like it is already starting to become spring but I dont want to start until I see other plants grow) Anyways here is a picture of my hand compared to the hole, which I would like to add has doubled in size since this picture was taken, and also 4 of my seeds, which I might need feedback on so I know what quality they are (probably pretty bad). Alright, feel free to reply, Im out.