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Old 06-13-2018, 05:23 PM #1081
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A fresh bill in your wallet bends easily. One that's been wet tends to firm up.

Bears? no idea. They sell animal replant but I don't know if that works with bears.
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A fresh bill in your wallet bends easily. One that's been wet tends to firm up.

Bears? no idea. They sell animal replant but I don't know if that works with bears.
Bears normally only mess with stuff the 1st couple of times you intrude into their forests.

It's their way of saying go away because you don't pay forest taxes.

Last year, I had one chew a bag of cow manure. Sick phucker.

This year, one stole a tiny tote box filled with soil and seeds making a mess.

I make a small fire now each time I go out like I did last year for about an hour each time.
I find the smell of a even the tiniest fire will scare off most animals for about a week at least.
It's also a good way to get away from the bugs for a while when you take breaks in watering
your plants. Just make sure you put it out good if you make one.
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Old 06-13-2018, 07:05 PM #1083
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Bears normally only mess with stuff the 1st couple of times you intrude into their forests.

It's their way of saying go away because you don't pay forest taxes.

Last year, I had one chew a bag of cow manure. Sick phucker.

This year, one stole a tiny tote box filled with soil and seeds making a mess.

I make a small fire now each time I go out like I did last year for about an hour each time.
I find the smell of a even the tiniest fire will scare off most animals for about a week at least.
It's also a good way to get away from the bugs for a while when you take breaks in watering
your plants. Just make sure you put it out good if you make one.
I figure it has to be a bear because nothing else would mangle the fucking cages this way. Something was pissed and determined to fuck shit up! The tooth hole looked rather small though... maybe a cub?

Starting a fire is out of the question for me. Too many helicopters.

Think the bears will leave the third wave alone?

Also, what do you think of the dollar bill find? Think a transplant is warranted?
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Bears like to get high too... it's most definitely a bear.

Just messing around bro. But seriously the dollar bills are made of a certain paper that they won't fall apart or even disfigure if you wash them or something. So it might have fallen from you and been the same after a rain or two. Some.people leave money around to find new grow spots. If it's gone the next time they come around, someone grabbed it... here's my two cents but I have waaayyyyy less experience than mountainbudz or pipeline or Kindbudz... If your plants and cages were freaking mangled, whether it be bear or anything else, and there is a possibility to move your girls then I would definitely move them. (If there are any left) I don't see that being a site I would return to. As for the dollar bill thing. You could leave your own dollars around the plot but approaching from all sides and see if anyone picks them up... maybe visit less frequently and pin the dollar down so the wind won't take it. If they all disappear I would say you have a snooper. Just my opinions
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The dollar bill was at a different spot than the cages that were mangled.

I'm not gonna escape bears; they're everywhere around here! I'm just thinking they have to have lost interest by now...
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It's also late in the season already. To find a new plot and dig new holes is going to take up more precious veg time than I've already lost.

It's getting to be about the time where starting new photoperiod plants is questionable.
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It's also late in the season already. To find a new plot and dig new holes is going to take up more precious veg time than I've already lost.

It's getting to be about the time where starting new photoperiod plants is questionable.
Germ now and you'll get a month of veg time. They'll be smaller, so just plant more.
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Don't even bother digging holes. Dump more top dress further from the plant. When roots reach there, she can take the nutrient potency.
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Don't even bother digging holes. Dump more top dress further from the plant. When roots reach there, she can take the nutrient potency.
Makes sense. I have more that will be ready to go out in a couple weeks. I'll sacrifice 4 to it and see what happens.
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Germ now and you'll get a month of veg time. They'll be smaller, so just plant more.
I don't have that many seeds left... or space but I'll do what I can.

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Don't even bother digging holes. Dump more top dress further from the plant. When roots reach there, she can take the nutrient potency.
So just drop the topdress on the grass, vegetation already around? The one plot I'm in has nice, loamy soil but the ph isn't as high as I'd like. Do you put pulverized lime on top too? Or should I just go with my insect frass/kelp topdress?

There's an area where I'm confident this will work, but another plot I have is simply too much clay.
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