When growing your own marihuana plants in an outdoor location, there are certain things that you need to be mindful of. This is particularly true if you live in an area where regulations are imposed on marihuana related activities. If you are a beginner in this field, it is very important to consider the following:
- Never grow on your own land, unless of course, it is in a remote area. This is to make sure that you are away from the prying eyes of potential nosey neighbors. This also calls for the need to make sure that you are starting with a few plants only, and then add some more depending on the success of the first batch.
- A secure location may mean a place where your plants can grow easily without being detected, or worse, confiscated by police, or even stolen by hunters, hikers or even rippers. It is best to avoid areas with heavy traffic, or hiking trails, as well as recreational roads. The more possibility that people will see your plants increases the chances of getting caught red handed.
- When going to and from your growing location, make sure to avoid making paths. What may seem an invisible view from the ground may be visible from up the air. In order to do this, you may try a new path each time you need to enter and exit your location. Walk around fallen logs, as well as in dense area, as well as through streams. The main purpose here is to make sure that you will not leave a single trace of evidence leading to where your marihuana growing location is.
- It may also be helpful to try several separate locations and not try to plant all of the plants in just one spot. If you notice that your plants are not eaten or perhaps taken and confiscated by cops, you may want to plant them in different locations as a fall back. However, these separate locations may not be really far from each other. Planting your marihuana in a dense field may be a good idea.
Another thing that you have to be particularly mindful of is that your location should be secure, with fertile are and lots of other green vegetation. One way to identify whether the location is good or not is the existence of dark and black topsoil with worms and bugs.