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Mid season elevated Aldi bag auto grow

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Hi All,


I thought Id share what seems to be building up to a successful grow.


Early in the season I was losing the battle to a bunch of F#$%ing greedy little wallaroos. Those bastards never even thanked nor shared with me.


I'm not sure whether this had been done before but to outwit the wallaroos I came up with the idea of hanging Aldi bags at a level that the wallaroos could not get to.


So far I have had no issues thus I`d thought I`d spread the love in case anyone else would like to try.


The attached picture is a Zambeza seeds Big Bud XXL auto in a soli filled Aldi bag tied to a tree and fed Chron`s Super Sauce at week 8 (4 weeks to go).


I have liked this method as it has been real easy to deploy and easy to choose sites which catch the sun





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Just gave me a cool idea imagine doing this but attaching a screen for the plant to grow around the tree ahah



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Like a trellis??


Biggest issue I would imagine is the tree can end up shading the plants. I have other Raised Aldi Bags (RAB) where I have tied the plant down away from the tree in order to better catch the sun.

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