It’s gorilla grow time

With recent events our gov told Law enforcement to back off on minor stuff. Can’t fill courts and jails with small time problems right now. Sooooo I am putting a few out. Autos. My question is when planting in the woods should I cage them to keep away predators such as rabbit or deer.

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If you don’t protect them, they will get munched on.

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I thought so. I have a roll of chicken wire to use

Smart plan…I only know because I have a buddy that does gorilla growing down here and out of 12 plants, only 2 made it. He didn’t protect his.

Yea this is a 1 run thing. Just figured it might be a good time to get some to put back.

Chichen wire if high enough should prevent them from munching. I would definitely give enough space from the plant so the deer can’t reach it. There are plenty of gorilla growers. I will tag one that has in the past and maybe he can give pointers.

@repins12 you mentioned gorilla growing right? How did you protect your crops? Sorry but you ate the first name that cam to mind.

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Another trick the old time sansemilla growers did for their guerilla grows was to lug a plastic trash can out, fill THAT with soil and wire around it. Kept a lot of the ground predators away.

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@Myfriendis410 I would give you a :heart: but this popped up.

First time to see that message before.

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I live in the woods basically… Tons of wild life every where. I grow in pots out side. I’ve found that once my plants start to get pungent the deer leave them alone. I put a cage around them about 2ft high. By the time they get to the top of the cage, they are usually starting to smell a little. I take the cage off and I’m good.

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