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Old 12-08-2017, 07:03 PM #1
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Guerilla Harvesting - Are you a Rabbit or a Turtle?

As a Gorilla Grower with many plants, and in a few sites, when you harvest, do you take the whole plant, or just go in, cut the Colas, and get your ass out of there?

Like a rabbit? In and Out.
or
Like a turtle? Strip them bare.
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the times I have gone GG

I have taken all my crop back to the HQ?

trimmed harvested etc as required

then return to the GG and re amend the soil

tho in most cases won't be used for a good 6 months tho

god help anyone growing in my amended soil ie.

its no longer a territory issue but one of property

ie my property my amendments lol

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haha i have to say rabbit. different plants finish at different times.. my main strain finishes from mid september to mid october. (indica/sativa phenoes)
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I trimmed mostly on site if there was time.

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I've spoken to several local growers and they tend to take their sweet time about it. Go out, light one up, cut the colas and pick every bud, sit have a beer, then pack out.

I would expect a guerilla to jump in, cut the colas, and get the hell out or risk getting caught in the act. After all, the small remaining buds from say 40 plants can't amount to much more than about 4-5oz.
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do you plan on using the sites again?
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do you plan on using the sites again?
Ah... good point.
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Cut all branches off the same length so they can be bundled easier. Usually leaving just the main stalk.

It makes it easy to pull all the cages off the stripped stalks.

Cut the stalk off 4inches from the ground. I like leave a inconspicuous amount so if I use the site again next season I can find these holes again. Easier to prep next season.

Hide all the cages. I dont pack them out the same time I harvest.

I trim as much as possible near the site. Why carry weight that is not usable . I can never trim it all the days are much shorter so there is always some untrimmed weed leaving with me.

Never leave a messy site. Even if I get ripped I still clean the site up removing cages and stalks.
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Weather and strain dependent....or whether or not seeing any evidence of others (foot prints, voices) within the general area.
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cut branches to same length make tight bundles. the leaves protect the buds a bit as they are bundeled up. put in many layers of garbage bag then into backpack and then i walk home. there is no point getting busted at the very end of all that hard work, while driving the harvest home
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