Guerilla Grow Watering

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by pakalolo808, May 3, 2008.

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    pakalolo808

    pakalolo808 Well-Known Member

    I need to water my plants for about a month without going to my guerilla grow. what is a good non-electric powered watering method for extended periods?
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    Lacy

    Lacy New Member

    Are you kidding? Have a very trsuted friend water them. I dunno. good question.
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    skunkdog

    skunkdog Well-Known Member

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    koncyse

    koncyse Well-Known Member

    heres what you need...

    (1) loincloth
    (12) feathers
    (1) headband sized strap of leather
    (1) package of face paint (various colors)


    then just dance...
    dance really....
    really...
    hard....
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    Kindbuds262

    Kindbuds262 Active Member

    lmao.

    is you patch up hill? up a mountain? down hill? if there is any kinda of stream above the patch you can Syphon water through a long enough hose to reach the patch yet small in diameter to keep discreet. Any water source below your patch you'll need a pump.
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    korvette1977

    korvette1977 Well-Known Member

    cover the bottom of your plants with some black or dark plastic .Like a circle with the main stem going through the center about the size of a paint can lid .. what will happen is when the sun is out and beats down on the plastic ,condensation will build up under the plastic but above the earth. there will be some moisture maybe it might work...
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    Lacy

    Lacy New Member

    depends how big his plants are. I doubt condecsation is really gonna cut it. :?
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    Picasso345

    Picasso345 Well-Known Member

    Have you seen the brown dirt warrior on youtube? He siphons water off streams and ponds. He tried doing a TV show with his grow and there are like 10 episodes there. Even if you aren't into growing outside it is a good Saturday morning watch, not much instruction, but more drama - you know how those reality shows are formatted and he tried to copy that:

    YouTube - brwndirtwarrior's Channel
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    Lacy

    Lacy New Member

    Yeah but he is talking about being away. How is that gonna help him? :|
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    TetraHyC

    TetraHyC Well-Known Member

    Find water pipe,install saddle fitting and ball valve. open ball valve, use cordless drill (wrap in plastic) to make hole in pipe. Putting drill bit though open ball valve to reach pipe.

    Ranches have water pipes in the middle of nowhere for their cattle.
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    Picasso345

    Picasso345 Well-Known Member

    This dude just throws the proper diameter hose into the water source and walks away. Maintenance free.
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    Lacy

    Lacy New Member

    Oh sure....:roll:...that all sounds good in theory but even if he tacked it down you are going to have animals biting holes through it. :?
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    Picasso345

    Picasso345 Well-Known Member

    Go and watch one of his vids, I'm an indoor guy.
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    kingkush

    kingkush New Member

    f*ck this... at lowes and home depot they sell the water tubes its like a swimming float shaped like a donut it a slow release drip system that goes all the way around the plant... BUT I dont know how long it stays full of h20
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    kingkush

    kingkush New Member

    where are your videos?
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    Hank

    Hank Well-Known Member

    What about water balloons. Over time wouldn't they release water? Just put them in your pots or around the plants. I dunno.

    Hank.
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    Picasso345

    Picasso345 Well-Known Member

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    koncyse

    koncyse Well-Known Member

    you could have kids throw them at the plants... mix in some nutes and if they get asshole-ish and waste it on each other, their eyes will melt!!!
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    hungryman1986

    hungryman1986 Well-Known Member

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    cruzer101

    cruzer101 Well-Known Member

    How about this, Get a 55 gallon drum and fill it with water, attach a drip system to it.

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