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Gurrilla growing

Avoid leaving an obvious path to your plot. Take a different route every time and if you are leaving foot prints, kick some dirt over them as you walk. Leaving an obvious path is an easy way for someone to discover your plant.

It is extremely important to keep your plants watered to prevent them from dying. Every time it doesn’t rain for 10 days in a row, you should go and water your plant. Make sure you water your plant enough to saturate the roots entirely. If you are near water. You can use a cheap manual pump to water your plant.
Once the winter is over and spring has arrived, it is time to plant your cannabis plants. If you have already started them indoors, you are going to need to get them accustomed to the sunlight by putting them outdoors for a few hours every day. Get your plants all boxed up or grab your seeds and head to your guerrilla growing spot that you have chosen.

Don’t get caught. It’s important to know your story just in case someone asks what you are doing. If you are near a lake, bring fishing equipment. You can also bring binoculars or ropes and say you are bird watching or rock climbing. If you are caught this early on, it may be time to find a new spot.
If you used seeds instead of clones, your plants will start showing their sex around the end of summertime. The male plants have flowers that look like tiny banana pods and the female plants have white hairs coming from the nodes at the point where the branches and stems meet. Remove any male plants before they have a chance to fill the female buds with seeds.
Guerrilla growing is the growing in a secret, hidden outdoor place that is not in your own garden, usually somewhere in nature where it won’t easily be discovered.
If you have already began growing in the winter which is highly recommended, place your plants into your soil mixtures in the holes. Water your plants until the soil is nice and moist. If you still have seeds at this point, plant them in the soil mixture and water them until the soil is moist.
Where it is crucial to keep your plants wet in summer, it is equally as important to keep your buds dry in fall to prevent bud rot. Shake the excess moisture from rain off your buds every time you visit your plants. If your plants start rotting, harvest early to prevent further decay.

Guerrilla growing is the growing in a secret, hidden outdoor place that is not in your own garden, usually somewhere in nature where it won’t easily be discovered. An advantage of guerrilla growing is that it is very unlikely to be caught with the plants since they are in a public place. Unfortunately, you can’t guarantee wild animals won’t get to them before you do, so it’s important to pick a good spot to grow.

Guerrilla growing is the growing in a secret, hidden outdoor place that is not in your own garden, usually somewhere in nature where it won't easily be discovered

Gurrilla growing

Guerrilla growing is growing cannabis in the wild, in a place where you are (reasonably) sure that nobody will pass by accidently. All you need to do after setting up your spot is to just come back when the plants are finished and harvest your crops.

A short bike ride through your district or to other places you’re considering is a good idea, to get an idea of possible locations nearby.
Be sure to pack the following items before venturing out into the guerrilla wildernis:

Guerrilla growing is growing cannabis in the wild, in a place where you are (reasonably) sure that nobody will pass by accidently. All you need to do after setting up your spot is to just come back when the plants are finished and harvest your crops.
To reduce your footprints wrap duct tape on the soles of your shoes, thanks to which the relief of the sole is reduced and tracing is made harder. It is recommended that you clean your shoes as soon as you get home, given that soil on the shoes can also be used as evidence.
Find an isolated, secluded spot where no one comes. Check to make sure there are no footprints visible nearby or other signs that people are sometimes wandering around, such as garbage. Make sure that the spot you’re looking for is not near to paths or streets. Places like that are more easily discovered by passers by, since the odour of the grow will be noticeable up to 10 metres away, depending on the wind.
Preferably always go on foot to visit your plants, so that people nearby don’t see your parked car or bike. It can also be a good idea to wear dark clothing and only go visit at dusk. Another good time is during office hours, as most people will be at work and it is therefore quieter in the vicinity of your grow spot.
Should you choose a maize field for a location, it is important to research in advance whether there are bridges or high buildings in the vicinity. High places make excellent vantage points that might offer a view of the space you create in the field. It is also important to choose an early-blooming variety so that you can harvest before the maize is gathered in.

Put all materials in a large rucksack thus leaving your hands free if you need to creep or climb.

Guerrilla Growing Guerrilla growing is growing cannabis in the wild, in a place where you are (reasonably) sure that nobody will pass by accidently. All you need to do after setting up your spot