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Old 12-13-2017, 09:56 PM #1
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Himalayan Ganjas Geurilla Grow In The Swamp

Hi i will be detailing my grow this year 2018. I will do about 40 swamp tubes, 10 in ground at the edge of the swamp. maybe some more else where where water must be hauled in weekly. some will be in holes some in grow bags.

I will be taking clones from DNA LEMON SKUNK and KC BRAINS LEDA UNO. there will be some other strains as well from OASEEDS BULK SEEDS.

I will also show how i prepare a free potting soil from the forest and grassland directly on site at the grow spot.

i will put pics of my swamp tube prep soon.

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I collect the top soil from the base of large temperate leaf trees that are in the forest next to my swamp. this top soil is the same texture as the cheap potting soil that i can buy at the hardware store here. plus it has the microbial life in it thats naturally present in the forest floor. if i find sand out there in the woods i add that to this as well.

I like to dedicate the first few months of preparation to simply gathering my materials. that means i spend many site visits entirely on gathering my soil. i can gather or harvest 100 gallons of this topsoil in one hour. i am aiming at gathering a total of 80 bags of this collected Soil each with 40 - 50 LITERS OF SOIL; so i go in spend 2 hours collecting soil and amendments, then when i am done a and ready to go home i hide the bags of soil in thick under brush IN A PLACE NEAR THE ACTUAL SPOT WHERE I WILL BE PUTTING MY PLANTERS; so that in march when i com back to set up the bulk of my swamptubes, my soil will be right where i need it to be, laying there waiting for me
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its more like i can gather 50 GALLONS per hour not a hundred
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the grow site is in a very MEDITERANIAN climate, the place is actually in the mediteranian, southern europe. the grow season here is from may till mid november. summers are extremely dry and very hot. irrigation of some sort is obligatory. this summer 2017 no rain from may till december. so good for avoiding mold, but must haul water weekly. thats why i am OBSESSED with swamp growing. Luckily for all guerilla growers, every year Nature gives us another chance to make a difference, to do it big, to break even, to pay the mortgage, to wup sum aars!
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Hi,
so you won't grow Himalayan genetics in your spot?
Shame, the title got me interested but all went down with lemon skunk :/
Leda uno is interesting though. Any more info on the clone?
I think you should also include true Himalayan plants in your spot, check out the Real Seed company's himalayan and other seeds from different places.

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i would like to do some test runs on himalayan plants, ut i dont have the luxury to do that. for me every plant has to count, and himalayan plants are originally bred for hash making not buds. If i were in a place that was legal, i wold do only landraces giving them time and care and selective breeding and all dat. i am also a respecter of original ganja from its native home. i would love to one day grow columbian gold and thai.
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Hi,
so you won't grow Himalayan genetics in your spot?
Shame, the title got me interested but all went down with lemon skunk :/
Leda uno is interesting though. Any more info on the clone?
I think you should also include true Himalayan plants in your spot, check out the Real Seed company's himalayan and other seeds from different places.

Cheers
haha i now that lemon skunk sounds so stereotype and boring doesnt it!!!
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I am still digging holes. trying to have as many as possible before march.

i will have one site in the swamp and 4 sites in the mountains near streams


i have been considering using 1000 gallon plastic kids pools for reservoirs. i will set the pool up before summer so as to fill it up with the aboundant water available in the mountain streams. in the summer most of these streams dry up. so i am considering to stock up on water in the winter. this seem to me to be a solid way to guarantee enough water for the season.

these pools are super cheap. 40 DOLLARS for a 1000 gallon reservoir, that is totaly collapsible and portable; i will put it in my back pack and hike it out there.

for watering i will have a 12 v pump that does 1O gallons per minute and can lift water 30 feet up to the plants from the pool reservoir down next to the stream. the stream has 5 deep pools, which are located a few feet from my site. so when the stream starts to dry up, the pools will hold water for a few months after the stream stops flowing. this will also be another source of water for me. last year i watered once a week and still every time i came to water they were completely wilted but would bounce back as soon they got watered but for sure i would have had atleast twice as much yield if the plants had got more water.
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