Growing Unprofessionally

Discussion in 'First Time Marijuana Growers' started by PeanutGreen, May 13, 2010.

  1. So I've been reading up on growing. And I decided I was just gonna plant a seed and see what happened.
    I have a friend that just planted one in some moist soil, without germinating first, and it worked out for him. So I went ahead and did the same.
    His plant sprouted after about 2-3 days in a little pot. And he eventually transfered it to the ground outside.

    Is there any way that this can be successful? Growing outside, just naturally in some soil without anything special?

    I'm not planning on growing some dank, I'm just kinda doing something easily controllable.
  2. Yes. You can grow decent pot that way. If you have a rich natural soil you should be able to get some great weed without too much extra attention. I haven't watered my plants since I shared my bottle water back in the 2nd week of April. Of course it's been raining glaciers here since. I plan on mixing up some 10-50-10 flowering juice and may spread some wood ash in July. That's about as minimum as you'll get around here.

    You should do more than one plant. You need a female to get buds. And you'll also have to rip the males to get sinsimila.
  3. Thanks man.

    In a couple of weeks I'm gonna start a really small outdoor grow. Of like 4-5 plants hopefully. I don't wanna make it too big.
  4. You ask if it can be done. Yes, it's possible. But should you do it that way? No, not if you want a good chance, rather than any chance, of success. Trying to find a way to grow with the absolute minimum effort and resources is a fool's errand, at best you will get minimal yield and minimal potency. Who wants that? Or more specifically, who wants to risk possible serious jail time for that?
  5. You can get a good start and have an easier time if you start those 4-5 plants indoors. I realize not everyone can, but I thought i would mention it. I don't have a problem with hauling 20 gallons of soil into the forest, but not in this neighborhood. Out in the sticks where there is a sense of privacy. Sure.

    Like I said I started in 2nd week of April and I swear I've been out every 2-3 days. It's not like the plants are not getting attention. I think I have to 10-10-10 ferts around here. I guess I can mix up a batch and feed them next week. They're in a lush forest with great organic soil. They shouldn't need much. Hopefully by October, I'll have some pretty impressive plants to share. Using a little more than minimal effort.

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