Growin Maters, Peppers and Mary J. Wanna

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...just joking, seriously.
I figure sooner than later the feds are gonna back down on Mary J. Wanna and the State will have no choice but to follow them. I got to thinkin, if a body was to want to add some dimension to their veggie garden would the same compost and fertilizers work for mixin the crops. Say Beef Steak or Better Boy Maters. Some Nanner and Jalepeno Peppers and a row or three of Mary J. Wanna?

Would the crops being in close proximity effect the strength and flavor of each others plant?

Would the same fertilizers work?

Would there be differing watering requirements?

Which varieties of Maters would you have to use?

Since a couple of crops of Mary J. Wanna would be harvested before the life of a indeterminate mater was done, would it be better to grow a couple of different crops of determinate maters instead?

Are their other veggies that would grow good with Mary J. Wanna?

You gotta plan for these things in advance and might as well start askin all of the questions now.
After you harvest the weed, maintaining the rest of the crops will be simple. It won't matter!
 
You seem to be knowledge of the subject. Do you think the chromosomal difference between maters and mary j. are too great to allow a hybrid development between the two plants? It would be great if someone could create a mary j. / mater hybrid. They could name it Merry Maters.
No expert just read all that on twitter. Ill look up mater and mj hybrids
 
You seem to be knowledge of the subject. Do you think the chromosomal difference between maters and mary j. are too great to allow a hybrid development between the two plants? It would be great if someone could create a mary j. / mater hybrid. They could name it Merry Maters.
:rofl::rofl::rofl:Kind of Like The Simpsons episode about Tomacco!!!
 
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Not true if you refer to post 38. Two strains one makes you happy and seize the day and the other makes ya couch locked. DUH
So you're sayin you've got to plan your crops according to the effects desired? How many different strains are there? Will they cross pollinate for making a cocktail crop planting plan? This is becoming much more complicated than first envisioned.
 
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