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How to Grow Like A Ninja


By: Grass Master J

Hello there, fellow growers! I know that a major concern for a lot of you guys is and always has been strategic and stealthy growing.

Cannabis Ninja!Regardless of how many plants you grow, what sort of lights you use, whether you're growing in soil or a snazzy hydroponics system, your biggest priority should always be to grow stealthy! After all, who would want all their hard work to go down the drain because some neighbors see your lights or a guest finds your growing room.

In this article, I'm going to tell you how to keep your little garden secret and secure. These quick, simple precautions and strategies will keep you growing strong without constantly worrying about those nosey neighbors or having a panic attack every time you have a house guest.

1. Location

Location, location, location. I cannot stress this enough my friends, location is KEY. Putting your garden in the wrong place is the easiest way to get caught, and in some instances leads to a less bountiful harvest (See: The Attic). Here's a list of good places to put your cannabis, with some of the pros and cons that come with the territory.

1a. The Attic

Pros:

  • Nobody else is going to go in your attic but you! It's not included on a tour of the house, and isn't visible to neighbors.
  • Your grow room is going to be bright and attics have less places for light to leak out and alert neighbors.
  • Plenty of room.

Cons:

  • Some attics are difficult to get to.
  • If your attic isn't well insulated, you're going to need lots of fans to keep it cool during the summer and some way of heating it during the winter or your plants won't produce as much bud as you want. They could actually die from too much heat (or not enough heat).
  • Possible lack of outlets for your equipment.

[If you have windows in your attic, make sure to cover them up with something like panda film.]

1b. The Basement

Pros:

  • Generally basements have few or no windows, so no light is going to get out.
  • Remains at a steady temperature throughout the year.