guerilla grow tips...

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by highwayman, Nov 30, 2008.

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    highwayman

    highwayman Well-Known Member

    I put this together so that people new to guerilla growing can look through the tips and see if their site meets the criteria and if they can support the plants and keep them safe through out the season without getting ripped or cought... so what i would ask is for people to post one peice of good advice that every guerilla grower should know so that everyone can learn from the tips.. always read the thread from the begining every time so that if you post a tip it won't be the same as some one elses post... and when there are enough tips here i'll put them all together and make a new thread.. Thanks...
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    highwayman

    highwayman Well-Known Member

    Tip: Never tell ANYONE about what you are doing or where you are doing it....
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    MisterMicro

    MisterMicro Well-Known Member

    creative thread

    Tip: Tend crops as least frequent as possible, so come up with a efficient watering feeding regiment.
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    greenleafhigh

    greenleafhigh Well-Known Member

    Organic..To better match with the surrandings.And also use a differnt path to your patch.
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    NewThumb

    NewThumb Active Member

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    Kushcrosser

    Kushcrosser Well-Known Member

    Never leave top-soil, fertz, any trash or cig buts that could have prints, tools, and so on arount your plants...Put duck tape on the bottoms of your shoes..go back to your plots diff ways each time to cut down on making a noticeable trail..if harvesting on public land, do it before hunting season comes in..dont grow more than 3 or 4 plants on a plot(less likely to be spotted from the sky)..
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    Blow4Life

    Blow4Life Well-Known Member

    I know what you said about repeating somebody else's tip but its worth the second mention- NEVER TELL ANYBODY! :cry:
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    j998

    j998 Well-Known Member

    tie back surounding vegetataion instead of cutting it. this way when your plant(s) get tall/big enough you can release the vegetation and everything will blend very nicely by flower time.
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    MisterMicro

    MisterMicro Well-Known Member

    I like the duct tape on shoes bit.

    Be down right stealth bomber with the tranportation of the goods (water ferts seedling)

    IF your by a river a irrigation system might be for you, it equalls less time for you to risk your ass. A very simple system can be created from a 5 gallo bucket and a hose.
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    delstele

    delstele Well-Known Member

    Grow near evergreens when all the other vegetation is brown your lady's will not stick out like a sore dick..
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    tweach1

    tweach1 Well-Known Member

    tip:

    check out these links


    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - For All The New Outdoor Growers
    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - Guide for Insects and Pest Prevention
    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - preventing early spring flowering with clones
    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - Making cages to keep animals away from plants
    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - Outdoor Growing Ethics
    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - striking your seedlings at the patch !!!
    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - Finishing times, Photoperiod, Latitude, and how it all works!!
    http://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=59818
    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - Gas powered pump thread..
    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - 500+ out: High Desert guerilla growing Vol.2
    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - High Alpine Guerilla Growing.......
    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - BACKCOUNTRY's 2005 outdoor season
    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - Oregon outdoor 2006, with BACKCOUNTRY
    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - 2007 Oregon Guerrilla Outdoor, with BACKCOUNTRY
    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - 2008 Oregon Guerrilla Outdoor Adventure, with your host BACKCOUNTRY
    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - Evaluating Sunshine potential in your plot
    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - Protecting your plants from Deer
    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - Evaluating your plots soils: Soil texture
    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - Evaluating your plots soils: Testing your PH
    International Cannagraphic Magazine Forums - Outdoor Strainguide-Please contribute!
    i will edit in more a little later tonight lots to read and research

    http://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=23910
    http://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=21195
    http://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.p...71#post1648971
    http://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.p...2&page=1&pp=15
    http://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=58544
    http://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=60323

    Credit given to: Norcalkronic
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    highwayman

    highwayman Well-Known Member

    great links tweach1
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    delstele

    delstele Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the links!
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    keyplayer28

    keyplayer28 Active Member

    Great links. I am thinking next season to try planting a few whereby you tie down the laterals to keep the plant low to the ground. I'll miss the beauty of seeing them as they grown big and tall but it'll keep me a little less nervous.
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    TheDankness

    TheDankness Well-Known Member

    I've never even done an outdoor grow, but I saw a pretty cool little tip the other day.

    Tip: Buy plastic flowers and attach them to your plant, people will be less likely to recognize it as marijuana. They'll think its some freak flower bush.
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    Zero Pt. Zero

    Zero Pt. Zero Active Member

    Paint all pvc for irrigation black, as well as any chicken wire you may use. Black or green.
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    Capita

    Capita Well-Known Member

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    Hawaiian kind

    Hawaiian kind Well-Known Member

    Cut out a dome in pricker bush and let them grow out I got these guys to go 10 feet but you would never see them. who wants to go through a pricker bush no animals or people.

    Attached Files:

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    skunkdog

    skunkdog Well-Known Member

    dont take your keys with you,it's a cunt to find them in the bush in the DARK!!

    Put them in a safe place back at the car.
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    chief greenleaf

    chief greenleaf Member

    Even though this thread is old as hell here's a great way ta keep deer out of your patch. Its simple, easy, very inconspicuous, and best of all CHEAP!
    All you need is some fishing line and if you dont have any trees or bushes right around your plot bring some posts/stakes/sticks etc but whatever you use make sure your posts are at least semi sturdy and wont fall over easily. Vegetation thats rooted in the ground works extremely well. And dont worry if some of your natural stakes arent right next to your patch either, as long as your line is pulled tight and completely encircles your patch they wont cross it!
    Your gonna run the fishing line parellel to the ground around the perimeter of your garden, using trees/bushes or your posts to secure the line and keep it tight as you go. You pretty much weave and tie it into the foliage and keep it tight and at a consistent height.
    The first line you run at about knee high, you run the second line directly above it at about chest height. When running these two lines imagine how tall a deer is. You want the bottom line at about midway up its leg and the second line at the deers chest/neck area.
    The third line you run a little higher, you want it high enough that a deer can go under it. This line will run the same path as the first two but about 2 feet further out from the garden. So basically your just outlining the path of the first two lines and keeping a consistent 2 foot distance from them. Ya know those fences that slant out at an angle at the top to make them harder to climb??? Thats kinda what were doin here. Keep in mind this line is important! Deer are curious and they might get the bright idea to try and jump over your line and if they do this line is gonna trip em up in midair. If that deer gets close lined in mid jump by something it cant see its sure ta leave your patch the hell alone!!!
    This works so damn good because a deer can see a normal fence and will jump right over it. But the deers poor eyesight prevents them from seeing the fishing line at all! When they attempt to enter your garden they feel the pressure against their chest/neck area, but they cant see anything which confuses them.(keep this in mind when choosing your stakes, they need to be sturdy enough to hold the fishing line while the deer pushes against it) When they try to go under it the knee high line gets em again! Now if they get really determined and try to jump over the invisible line, boom! The tallest line trips em up or clothes lines em! Then they take off runnin and stay the hell away from your patch!!!!!
    Its really simple and it works, I lost 2 out of 25 using hair, urine, soap, blah blah:wall:. Once I put up the fishing line I didnt see another deer track inside the perimeter! I did see some tracks approaching the patch then dead stopping at the fishing line! (which I had to tighten back up a few times after the deer tried their hardest ta walk thru)

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