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Guerrilla Guide

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

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    dondeeno264

    dondeeno264 Member

    yeah this is good
     
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    SG420

    SG420 Member

    You still use this site??
     
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    SG420

    SG420 Member

    Fuck snitches god damn asshats can't mind their own business
     
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    ProfessorChaos420

    ProfessorChaos420 Well-Known Member

    Getting back to guerrilla growing...

    Something I wanted to add. I've been growing guerrilla growing for almost ten years, and still learn something new every year, so I love sharing some of my "tricks".

    One of the best tips I know of, is after ensuring you have a natural water source nearby, Hide a couple of camouflage bags near your water source(I use my empty Roots Organic bags) to keep your empty jugs and nutes on hand so you dont have to truck nutes and water in and out.

    Here's a few of my girls. They're being grown guerrilla style

    Blue Dream
    Blue Dream.jpg

    Sapphire OG
    Sapphire OG.jpg
    Sapphire OG Stalk.png

    Black D.O.G.
    Black D.O.G..jpg BlackDOG Stalk.jpg

    Purple Afghan Kush(She wants to finish in September)

    Purple Afghan Kush.jpg Purp Afghan.png
     
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    ProfessorChaos420

    ProfessorChaos420 Well-Known Member

    No offense...
    But that might be the worst growing location Ive ever seen suggested.
    My brother lives in the San Luis Valley, Colorado. It's a VERY cannabis friendly place. We'd NEVER put a plant that open, there.
    Go find a corn field or cane field or some other tall crop and put your plant in a nice secluded location, 20-30ft off the northern edge of that field so as that she can have a wide open view of the southern sky.(the field will give you a wide open view of the sky, so long as you step away from it far enough)
    Keep in mind!! They MAY harvest that field before your crop is done. Its important you plant a good distance off the field.
    Thats how I grew every year, back when I started and the drove their combines right by my crop EVERY TIME.
    Try that... Just dont put your plants next to a freshly mowed fuckin fence.:lol:

    Good luck:bigjoint:
     
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    Michiganjesse

    Michiganjesse Well-Known Member

    This may have happened years ago but how childish are peeps
     
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    Michiganjesse

    Michiganjesse Well-Known Member

    If i only have 2
    If i only have 2 plants that are 5ft how easy is it for a chopper to see. I have an air port 200 yards away
     
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    ProfessorChaos420

    ProfessorChaos420 Well-Known Member

    are you asking me how easily they can see plants from a helicopter?
    Ummm... dunno man. never been the guy in the helicopter.
    Im always the poor bastard hiding in the trees when the helicopters go by dude
     
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    bartow

    bartow Member

    I am interested in knowing who is actually looking for growers? After that, what profile are they looking for? Are air craft actually flying around looking for plots. Who monitors water and electricity use? Facts are good to have in order to accurately access risk. Are commercial operations the target, or is there an interest in catching mom and pop growing a little for their own use? All these things matter.
     
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    Morriston55

    Morriston55 Well-Known Member

    If youve got more than 10 plants is when I would start taking precautions
     
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    Chicago Mike

    Chicago Mike Well-Known Member

    I agree with you, but if you're going to state your credentials and critique maybe proofread your comments. You made multiple grammatical errors dude.
     
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    dano88

    dano88 Member

    Some tips dig a trench about 1-2 feet wide and as long as you want in order to better hide you plants and secure rain water put you plants ontop of a big pile of dirt so they do not get flooded in holes or trenches Also yes I've been confronted by angry neighbours always have a cover story , Also watch the weather if it just rained wait a week to visit your plants less trips the better look for long grass if possible or I've even put some up in easily climbed trees.never put all your eggs in one basket and be prepared to have deaths or even to have to murder them all yourself to detere thiefs or police.
     
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    dano88

    dano88 Member

    Some other things I do to aviod air besides trenches is throw long grass over showing dirt - stagger plants , try to grow in tree or near big bushes and just split them up 2 here 2 there type of thing.
     
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    Rudi I&I Automan

    Rudi I&I Automan Well-Known Member

    they would be too buisy during taking off procedures to take any notice of any greenary, let alone distinguising differant variaties of shrubry, so don't worry about the pilots b more worried about fuel polution on your beloved herbs. not sure of the distance and/or the amount of (if any, high octaine fuel) xcess fuel gets jetasened from aircraft before they land for safty reasons, and after taxi ing round to land if theres a queue. but id be more concerned about the polution then getting spotted. rudi

    also, they use sofisticated measuring equipment to try and detect large grows, 2 plants isn't worth the nan hours it would cost, just not justifiable cost to plant ratio.
     
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    Weekender

    Weekender Member

    Live in Midwest, USA. Outdoor gorilla grower for years. In late August, 2016, I took a few phone calls from friends and they were telling me choppers were in the air. I had some plants about 1/4 mile off the end of the local airport, first thing they found for the day. I live in a county that is heavy in agriculture, corn and soybeans. So I plant mine in corn fields. A friend was given a citation for growing 4 plants in his back 5 acres that LE found while walking to the corn field behind his home where they found 54 plants. He has not been to court yet but his lawyer says $150.00 fine and walk away. I am planting 10 plants per field, 5 here and 5 there, all feminized. No watering or fertilizing until bloom, then only once. Expect LE to find 25-50% which is why I need to plant heavy amounts. 100_0007.JPG
     
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    BushMaster15

    BushMaster15 Well-Known Member

    I like your style. I lived near an airport and grew guerilla style for years. My favorite place to grow was around autumn olive bushes. Nobody in their right mind would go anywhere near those things!
     

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