I'm fine with drought Thule & Thanks for your response to my situation with the workers.
Quote Thule: but every once in a while kuumotus sets in. End quote. I think you nailed it fairly well Thule.
They had made it so damn easy for me in that clearcut with all their machinery.
The place they had so beautifully prepared for me was too hard to resist not sowing in.
I'm normally mostly operating in wetlands, swamps, coastal (lower)area's usually, working from elevations to keep roots from drowning.
The burden of drought to you will be my blessing. Sorry mate
And I mostly work in the vicinity of ditches. 1> to get rid of surplus moist, 2> to have
acces to water while they are still young.
On one spot, the one consisting of thick clay and zero drain, I even had to dig my own ditch besides the elevation in order to deal with surplus moist some 8 years ago.
The place with all that forest work activity will surely hold plenty of risk to make it to the headlines, but then it'll be like that.
I'm not to worried about it.
I even haven't made up my mind about what to do with the harvest, like > will I even harvest there at all?
I got way to much to only myself so maybe I will let it clear by someone willing to take the risk and who's in desperate need of stash.
Or maybe I won't harvest there at all but instead: leave it to the nature so it will get an opportunity to reprocreate all by itself.
Mainthing is; Plants are thriving once again & I'm at peace NOW.