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.
When summer ends, you will need to add some plant food to get the maximum out of your plant. Try adding some nutrients and supplements like bat guano around the roots and watering it in. Go light on the nitrogen and look for plant foods with phosphorous and potassium. These nutrients will help you get the greatest yield from your plants.
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.
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.
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.
Next, you will need to dig a deep hole to plant your cannabis in. You can put some pro-mix, perlite, or water absorbing crystals to hold in moisture for stronger roots. Remember, the stronger the roots, the stronger the plant, and a stronger plant means more of the product.
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.
Every time you water your plant, check for pests. Under the lease and along the stems you will find damage if bugs are eating your plant. Deal with bug infestations immediately as bugs can kill your plant.
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.
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
The first thing you’re going to need to do is find the right strain; for guerilla grows you’re going to want to find a sturdy strain that doesn’t require much caring for, as you want to be able to visit your grow as little as possible to avoid causing suspicion. If you’re looking for some hardy strains that will put up with harsh conditions then Skunk strains, White Widow and Northern Lights are all quite sturdy.
Once you have your seeds, you can go and look for a place for them while they’re germinating. The best plan is to find somewhere with a river close to it, even a small stream would do. If possible the area should have large plants or trees where nobody would even think to look; if you need to get your feet wet and cross a stream to plant them somewhere that’s a bit harder to see then do it. You’d much rather the journey to be uncomfortable than for someone to find your grow and take it, wouldn’t you? If you find somewhere with some sugar cane, you won’t even have to water them. Once you’ve found the perfect spot, you’ll need to open up some space in the bushes or cane so that the plants can grow hidden but still be in a place with sunlight.
Once you’ve made your hole you’re going to want to fill it with substrate mixed with some organic fertilizers. If you plant it earlier for bigger plants then it’ll need a different mix than if you’re planting a bit later or autoflowering strains. The most important thing is that you pick a substrate that’s good for the kind of terrain you’re working with. If the terrain is dry then you’ll need to choose a substrate that’s good at retaining humidity like Light Mix or BioBizz, and if it’s too humid then you’ll need to use a substrate that dries out quite nicely like Canna terra Professional. If you want it to retain even more humidity than it already has then you can mix it with polymers which retain water until it’s needed. If you want it to be a lot dryer you’ll need to mix it with expanded clay balls.
Cannabis Guerilla Grows are much more common than you’d think; people have been using this stealth method to grow for decades now. The idea is basically to plant your grow somewhere remote, away from any towns or villages, near a constant flow of water so you don’t have to worry about irrigation; you’ll practically only have to plant and harvest.
If you’re growing in the spring time you’ll need to mix your substrate with worm hummus so that, even if you water scarcely, the soil will have enough nitrogen for growth as well as a good root system. You’ll need to repeat the dosage the next month to make sure that your plants will be able to begin flowering on just water.
If you can’t find somewhere to plant near a source of water, don’t worry; you can mix the soil with polymers that will help the soil to retain much more humidity and nutrients, although you’ll still need to go and water at least once every two weeks which can call some unnecessary attention to yourself.
Once you’ve picked the right place, you’ll need to prepare the soil properly. You’ll need to make a hole, which will be larger or smaller depending on the amount of plants you’re going to be growing. If you’re looking to grow a massive seasonal plant, planted in March-April then the hole will need to be about 40x40cm and 60cm deep. If you’re planting later so that they don’t get too big or even autoflowering plants, then 20x20cm and 40cm deep should be more than enough.
This is all the advice you need to begin your guerilla grow, and if you’re lucky you can harvest some genuinely decent plants without the risk of having them at home.
To grow in guerrilla you need to visit your plants the least amount of times as possible. The best thing to do is to bring them to site once they’ve grown a bit so the insects won’t kill them off, or at least until they’re big enough to be sprayed with Neem oil.
Cannabis Guerrilla Grows; grow out in the wild embrace of nature, avoiding the risk of growing at home. Easily done if you follow these steps!