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Yes, but your success rate would blow. To be semi successful you would need to start indoors, and then transplant when ready. You would still need to tend to them for decent results. I guess if you just wanted to plant to see what would happen you could start indoors, and then plant them outside and see what comes in the fall.
I'm not an outdoor grower, but I do know what I said above is for the most part true.
your use of "in the woods" makes me imagine one spreading seeds, quite literally, in the woods. if this is the case, there is not nearly enough light penetration through the canopy. you're better of "in a field." you will get nothing in the woods.
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