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Old 01-15-2018, 05:20 PM #1
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Many Forest Gorillas vs Several Forest and Well Tended Plants

Pictures of guerilla grows, and pictures of Monster outdoor plants begs the question...

Are you better off growing 50 gorilla style with minimal babysitting, or 5 in well prepared holes and tended to regularly?

Yield?
Taste?
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It depends a heck of a lot on the water situation.

And on the visibility from the air situation.

Also whether it's flat or on a hill-side.
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Good forest cover. It's in a flat watershed bordering wetlands (but not swampy) so it should water on it's own.
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I personally prefer growing fewer larger plants, I grow about 6-7 large plants but i don't grow large plants like cali I like 1-2lb plants or really a 10lb goal.

Where i live if someone finds a plant they will tear up the place for miles so its better to have fewer spots however the choppers seem to look in cornfields instead of openings in the woods full of thorn brambles. We have more cornfields than anything else and people often just run out and plant on the edges and hope for the best but it keeps them busy in the cornfields so I risk growing larger plants out in the bramble patches.
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I think corn fields are stupid. They stick out like a sore thumb. If the cops don't find it, it turns out to be silage so it gets cut down by the farmer mid august. Only a seed crop is spared. Out here, everyone has a drone so there goes another patch. The only place left is the forest.
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where i am if you prepare the holes there is some animals that come and dig up the whole hole.
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where i am if you prepare the holes there is some animals that come and dig up the whole hole.
I can live with that as long as plants aren't in it. I can leave them a shirasha surprise. lol
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What size holes does everyone dig in respect to how long they veg for and the plant size they're going for?
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What size holes does everyone dig in respect to how long they veg for and the plant size they're going for?
This year I plan on using a 3x12 inch bulb auger with a cordless drill to dig 7x7 inch holes. I'm just trying to get a lot of holes dug with minimal work.


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How many holes you get off of one battery with that?? I was considering getting me a good drill auger
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