Collectivise Guerrilla Growing knowledge
Posted 20 October 2009 - 01:27 PM
New to this site and gotta say i find it to be real helpfull.
This is my first year growing and it is good to see that im on the right track.
my plants have sprouted and are 12 days old.
I have decided to go with the small cages around my plants only because at early
stages i found that either birds or rabits had been digging in them.
Anyways i have read alot of the threads and people are talkin about back breaking labour and having to carry in a whole lot of stuff in to there spots.
My advice is knock ya self off ya nieghbours wheelie bins. Chuck all ya bags of soil at the bottem. Then throw in maybe 10- 15 milk bottles of water. Then last on top throw in ya empty pots...(if ya using pots)
There ya go all the heavy stuff is over the wheels and your off and rolling. of course this will only help you get the things from your house, to a track...im guess most people wont be able to get the bin right up in there...but close to your plot.
Posted 28 July 2010 - 05:47 PM
Thank you for so willingly understanding.
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Posted 01 October 2010 - 09:44 PM
so hopefully they looked like animals as i put them close to trees, one or two in the open etc.
dunno if the info was right, but been no probs for years.
cheers, good posts by all here.
Posted 02 October 2010 - 08:22 AM
hi speaking for my self, i think the most important thing is, just get a season under the belt.i did nothing major just some bag seed about a dozen plants.[3 grew into nice 6 footers] unfortunately i made a newbie mistake, the buds came up so fast and i did not check for bud rot[i expected them finishing later than mid march] hey i should have known from research here. but some things you "just have to learn" like being on the ground. i mean you can't be smoky the bear over night. it takes some time to be able to size up land and how to traverse it . as you spend more time and energy on the ground you will find bigger and better spots and your options develop.you will learn a lot in one season[i feel i did][just try, and be patient] cos its a long season and you have to keep the fire burning.
bud rot...I may have experienced that last year...pls tell me more...ie how to avoid...thnx bro