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Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by *moonlight*, May 5, 2013.

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    *moonlight*

    *moonlight* Member

    I know not everyone has the luxury of being able to grow medically. So I thought I would put together a few tips to help anyone worried about this subject. Everyone knows your babies need light, water, and love but you can't afford to just leave them in the open. I would suggest a woods line and to separate them up if you have more then one. It would be harder to see if they weren't in a man made formation. You have to consider eyes from the ground and from the air. I know some people don't have good soil or a clay bottom and have to use pots outside. For these people I would just go to about any sporting good stores and they sell camouflage throw nets that can be used to literally make your pots disappear. Don't put it in a easily discovered place just for a water source like a creek because more than likely it will be found. Say nothing to nobody, the less anyone knows anything the better off you will be. Finally what I think is the most important info of all, (( don't get greedy)). If your looking to just make sure your supplied for the winter there is no need to have 20 plants. There are many cases where someone successfully has grown for years by staying small and everything went wrong when they decided you can never grow enough. The strains/seeds aren't going anywhere but you will if your greedy. It's a shame it has to be like this and in the future I hope this thread is a reminder to what it was like when cannabis was illegal.:peace:
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    Mr.Marijuana420

    Mr.Marijuana420 Well-Known Member

    Id rather grow enough for the year, rather than winter, buying bud sucks. But that isnt to say you cant achieve what you smoke in a year, with 10 or less plants, because thats more that achievable
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    *moonlight*

    *moonlight* Member

    True, just trying to give some pointers. ;-)
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    BarnBuster

    BarnBuster Virtually Unknown Member

    Roger that. I usually make do with 2-3 plants a year outside in Midwest and have a full jar "surplus" now.

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