how big of holes do you dig for your plants?

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by 0scar mayer, Apr 19, 2010.

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    0scar mayer

    0scar mayer Member

    i was wondering how big of holes you dig for your plants and what size they get. thanks for your time
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    2012

    2012 New Member

    mine are around 1 foot in diameter and about 2 feet deep
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    muaythaibanger

    muaythaibanger Well-Known Member

    Mine are about 2 ft in diameter and about 2.5 - 3 ft deep.
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    sodalite

    sodalite Active Member

    i dig as big as i can afford to fill. the bigger the better.check my beds out on this outdoor section you can get an idea of how big i prefer. size is going to be determined by genetics, sun, soil, ferts, water, and loving care+the size of your hole so nobody can realy tell you what to expect.
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    rdecosta88

    rdecosta88 New Member

    big holes give big plants! dug these holes with a backhoe!! the end result was wonderful!

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    EarthBrite

    EarthBrite Member


    beauty!! huge !
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    SCARHOLE

    SCARHOLE Well-Known Member

    2 ft deep 2 ft across, but whe got great soil in the wheat belt.
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    STZ

    STZ Active Member

    Guerilla or out in some shitty hard ass clay or rock - 2ft x 2ft

    In my back yard - 4 or 5 feet wide by maybe 3 feet deep.
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    d.s.m.

    d.s.m. Well-Known Member

    Depending on how good the native soil is, a minimum of 2'x2'. Bigger is always better.

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