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Guerrilla Guide

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by Balzac89, Jan 10, 2011.

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    Jonathan Beatty

    Jonathan Beatty New Member

    thank for your kindness,Very helpful to me.Yeah,I recently realized it is important to controll excess heat with ventilation.Let me check my equipment and space.Lol
    Is your girls harvesting fast?:weed:
     
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    RetiredGuerilla

    RetiredGuerilla Well-Known Member

    Back in my younger days I was known far and wide for having some funky stuff. I would mix my hi grade potting soil with chicken manure, bat guano and worm castings and put in a stout garbage bag and haul it in. I made it hot because i would blend it in with native soil. After I fashioned my hole like a upside down light bulb I put the garbage bag at the bottom of the hole and up the edges a few inches to help hold in water. Filled in my dirt leaving a few inches from the top so that i had a lip to hold in my water. I would toss excess native soil in the air around the perimeter so the ground didn't look disturbed. Next trip I came in with my solo cup baby and 2 gallons of water mixed with thrive alive vitamin B-1 and kelp. Next trip just water and I could tell it had grown with each trip to the site. I would mix seabird guano and kelp with hot water the night before so it would break down over night. Gallon jugs with screw on lids are a must. Carry 2 in each hand in 95 degree heat with bugs and thorns tearin you up shit im glad im retired. Things get better at the end of August. It cools off and they can go a bit longer without water. Late September and October are magical. Now, in them days i grew from Mexican commercial seed stock and they proved very resistant to pest and mold. I ran into problems when I tried strains from Holland. The bugs and termites just tore them up. Anyhow time for a beer.
     
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    Budley Doright

    Budley Doright Well-Known Member

    Nope no harvesting for a bit, nothing growing at the moment ....seeds are in the mail ;).
     
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    Jonathan Beatty

    Jonathan Beatty New Member

    Oh,a new run,haha,expand your grow space?What is the name of seeds are you getting?which seeds are more suitable for a newcomer,not so sensitive to the environment,It may be easier to get good results for me anyway.:sleep:
     
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    RetiredGuerilla

    RetiredGuerilla Well-Known Member

    Rookies should go with a potent autoflower. You don't have to worry about light cycles or transplanting. Just plant that seed directly in a 5 gallon or bigger container and give it 24 hours of light.
     
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    Jonathan Beatty

    Jonathan Beatty New Member

    Wow,wonderfully,I will have a try.:clap:
     
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    Og grumble

    Og grumble Member

    Im doing an indoor grow right now but I'm getting ready for a guerilla grow this spring. Gonna pop like 100 beans in the forest. Its about to be a busy year...
     
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    RetiredGuerilla

    RetiredGuerilla Well-Known Member

    Germinate seeds in solo cups under 24 hours for 10 days using both the sun and t-5's at night. This puts size on them and will give you a much better head start. If you want some nice plants you will need to dig holes and mix native dirt with happy frog or fox farm. 100? I found 3 plants to be plenty of work for me if you are doing it right.
     
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    Og grumble

    Og grumble Member

    Yea i was def gonna germinate inside and give em a good start. I just said pop em up there meaning grow them up there. And yes 100. Actually like 115 or so. its all bag seed all from dispensary weed but still not ideal. so i figure i might get 50 females and of those i might get 10 plants that are any good. Pheno hunting more than anything.
     
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