You start out by finding a a spot on the ground where to dirt is loose and rich in minerals. If the ground is too hard then it will not take. If you dig up worms then thats better because it indicates the ground is fertile. You dig a 9 inch deep hole that is approximately 9 inches wide. After you are done digging you break up the ground that you dug up and then place a one dollar bill flat on the ground with the face facing up. You sprinkle the broken up ground back to fill the hole. You then place a cut of water over the spot. For two weeks straight you place 1 cup of water over the spot unless it is raining and in that case just let the rain provide the water. You do not want to over water the dollar. If the temperature is below 60 degrees fahrenheit then you will need to place a heat lamp over the spot to keep it over 60 degrees, but do not place it so close that the spot is over 200 degrees unless you plan on cooking. After 14 days you can go out and see the results of your labor. Dig up 8 inches at the spot where you buried the dollar and 9 inches wide. Do not dig more then 8 inches or you may damage the crop. Then with your hand dig an additional inch and if you are lucky you will still have a useable dollar. Learn your lessons, dollars don’t grow on trees, now 100 dollar bills is another story.