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Old 06-27-2018, 12:59 PM #1141
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I'm pretty old, but I've been blessed with good genes. Still, I'm going to start hitting the gym because it's kicking my ass this year.
There's a triad: eat right, exercise right, and sleep right. That combo right there will yield gains . The thing that comes into play more than any thing else in older age IMHO is the eating right. If you're doing guerilla grows and indoor grows there's a good bit of activity there. And as long as you have no insomnia issues you're good on sleep. But with age there are certain supplements that people should really be taking to offset the decrease in our own body's ability to create those things in our body through enzymatic action and conversions. For all of you guys I'd recommend reading up on these two supplements: Glucosamine Sulfate and Calcium d-glucarate. Both of those supplements help the liver phase 2 in the Sulfur detox pathway and the glucuronidation pathway (this latter one helps to break down excess estrogen in addition to a very large number of drugs). The former targets breakdown of a lot of drugs also. These are the two most used detox pathways. Even if you don't take things like tylenol, there's toxins in our food and this stuff will help your liver get it out which will reduce oxidative stress which causes aging.

And take super high doses of vitamin c through the day (liposomal vitamin c can be made dirt cheap at home).

We'll have a bunch of silverback guerilla growers if you all dial in on this and it won't be the shitty kind of old where every thing is rougher, you'll be mentally and physically better off than your peers who don't take the supplements, exercise (I don't think I'd tell your doctor you guerilla grow for exercise ), and sleep right.
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Old 06-27-2018, 01:06 PM #1142
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Good deal thanks for the info.. last night I wa researching and found some organic stuff from fox farm and then some guerilla stuff but the price for it is more then I’m willing to spend because I need too much of it.. I was thinking about trying maybe 1 bag of each out just for the heck of it. I’ll have to look into the jibes sticks tonight.. thanks!
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Old 06-27-2018, 03:46 PM #1143
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Not sure. I use bait once when I put them in the ground then forget about it. There could be no slugs for all I know. But I'll know for sure this time because a new spot has them for sure. I saw them on my gear after I was done planting.

Any of you ever kill slugs and/or snails and turn them into plant food? I've done this more with snails than slugs but I figure there's proteins and nutrients in them and I'd just as soon they be dead than crawling around near or on my plants. The snails have the shells too which I figure adds some calcium to the mix. Just curious since I have an abundance of both around but handling the slugs is some nasty shit. I try to use sticks or leaves to handle them and put them under my mulch layer after crushing them.
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I always just threw crushed egg shells at the base of my plants for slugs.
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Old 06-27-2018, 06:52 PM #1145
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I always just threw crushed egg shells at the base of my plants for slugs.
That works very well. I use it in the veggie garden. But growing in some of my spots requires that I try to keep grasses/weeds away from my plant so they can't use them as a bridge. lol. So I use these in areas I can't bring in a strimmer (because of noise).
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Old 06-29-2018, 01:15 PM #1146
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You mentioned seeding the best one. Would you mind saying some about how you select. I hope to cross my Bangi with the Oaxacan. Should It be BXO or OXB . The obvious answer is both I guess, but choosing a male what should be the parameters?
Dude you gotta throw up some pics of the Oaxacan one. I've been to the yucatan a few times and I'd love to see what the pheno looks like. Just my 2 cents on picking, pick the female that you like the most because imho the seeds seem to always be more dominant with the female traits than the male traits. I don't know why this is, but even with a very old c99 f3 or f4 seed that I got to grow, the seeds that I've been popping from crossing that with a male peak's c99 have all been leaning way heavily towards my female traits. As far as males go, some times they have trichromes on them, I go for those when I see em hoping it'll make things more frosty. But another thing you can do is eliminate the ones that suck. Slow growers, weak, diseased, what ever other traits you don't want. Axe em! Then you're left with easier choices.
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Old 06-29-2018, 02:36 PM #1147
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Define guerrilla growing. I have thought of this other years and other threads but always good to discuss. It isn't just growing outside. Any type of growing where it is legal to do what you are doing is not guerrilla growing. True guerrilla growing is growing in an area where it is illegal to do. It is growing in a way that you will harvest a crop. It could be a total stealth and minimal visit grow or it could be a hidden but visit frequently grow. Either way you can't be found out or all is probably lost. Most growers do it on public lands or land not owned by them. Some growers grow illegally on their own land. They need to be the stealthiest of all.

I bring this up because it isn't fair to compare a 1 pound guerrilla plant (total success) to a 5-10 pound legal location back yard diva. If you are a guerrilla grower you can't really visit very much or it could be discovered. It is difficult but possible to get a OPOP this way. The more site prep you do or the more visits you make can pay off with bigger plants but can make discovery more likely. OPOP are more frequently achieved doing this.

Some people become very skilled at visiting their plants without leaving a trail. Some people become very skilled at preparing a site or choosing a site that doesn't require visits. Some people do both things very well.

Guerrilla growing a real nice looking bunch of pot plants and getting a smokable harvest is very hard to do. It is a really nice feeling of accomplishment. It is also an exciting adventure along the way. Everything is against you. The law wants to get you. The rippers want to steal your harvest. Mother Nature wants to test you.

If this sounds like what you do then you are a guerrilla grower.

I still remember my very first successful outdoor guerilla grow. You guys remember that adrenaline rush as you load up your ride with that harvest? How about that total permeating smell of fresh bud on the ride back? My car smelled of nothing but fruity C99. My heart was pounding as hard as I imagine a crack fiend's. Doing the speed limit every where on the ride home and trying to get the adrenaline to cool off.

I've had many harvests since then an never the adrenaline rush that I had from that first one. Wasn't that first guerilla harvest the baddest shit ever?
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I still remember my very first successful outdoor guerilla grow. You guys remember that adrenaline rush as you load up your ride with that harvest? How about that total permeating smell of fresh bud on the ride back? My car smelled of nothing but fruity C99. My heart was pounding as hard as I imagine a crack fiend's. Doing the speed limit every where on the ride home and trying to get the adrenaline to cool off.

I've had many harvests since then an never the adrenaline rush that I had from that first one. Wasn't that first guerilla harvest the baddest shit ever?
lol.
That first rush for me was when I was 14 with a buddy. We stole a plant from his brother who was a grower with a local MC. We ran all the way home with that heavy fucker dragging it in puddles and mud all the way. When his brother found us he kicked our asses. Not because we stole it, but because we dirtied it all to hell. He made us wash it spic-and-span clean.
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Old 06-30-2018, 01:40 AM #1150
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I never got that rush, most likely because I walked through cornfields to my back yard never even had to cross a road. I remember having a lot of weed and being paranoid as hell though.
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