Air-pruning pots seem like a brilliant innovation, in that they create a superior, dense root-ball, thus allowing the plant to bloom incredibly well. Airation is excellent, but so extreme that watering is required much more frequently. Not a problem for most indoor, backyard or greenhouse growers... But what about the guerilla grower? If I were to grow some of the larger strains of auto-flowering plants (e.g. Northern Lights, Amnesia, Afgan Kush Ryder, Royal Cheese) in a Growpot/Smartpot somewhere in the wilderness, how would adequate watering be addressed (affordably)??? The plants are expected to grow huge, despite having only a ten-week grow-cycle, and they'll be in direct sunlight for most of the day, so will require a lot of drink. There IS a very shallow stream nearby of useable, running water, but I'd rather avoid daily visitations to the site if possible. I've considered using a self-watering system (e.g. Blumat), but mounting the water-reservoir higher than the plants seems impractical & would likely attract attention (being in a field). I've heard that Autopots work great at watering your plant for days or weeks at a time, but $50+ per pot is a bit costly for a half-dozen auto-flowers. I've given this matter a great deal of thought over the last several months, and I've run dry on ideas (pardon the pun). I could really use some fresh thoughts & ideas. I'm just trying to maximize my yield for plants that I likely cannot visit daily. Please give the matter some thought, and share your ideas!