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    This summer will be my second grow, but i was just wondering how many plants you can grow at 1-3 ft apart (near similar vegetation) before the cops can detect it from an aerial view?
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    depends if you're growing in a field of green or on a big brown dirt patch, if its the former bang as many out as u can, the latter 2 0r 3 ..

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    Thanks for the info

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    try growing in a patch of nettles, they look pretty similar
    I'm sure i read somewhere that cannabis and nettles are related?

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    Quote Originally Posted by richie View Post
    I'm sure i read somewhere that cannabis and nettles are related?
    they are indeed mate, nettles are the most closely related plant to cannabis plants

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    Just be aware that nettles are whitefly magnets because they are lush and juicy and grow in dense clumps with very little airflow beneath the canopy.

    You will have to thin the nettles out periodically (ouch!) and whitefly are now resistant to virtually every form of commercially produced insecticide.

    As long as your plants are less than four feet tall you can hide them in any kind of general garden vegetation, but keep them away from rose bushes because they are aphid and blackfly magnets and your plants will get infected as well.

    Good luck with your grow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yardbird View Post
    Just be aware that nettles are whitefly magnets because they are lush and juicy and grow in dense clumps with very little airflow beneath the canopy.

    You will have to thin the nettles out periodically (ouch!) and whitefly are now resistant to virtually every form of commercially produced insecticide.

    As long as your plants are less than four feet tall you can hide them in any kind of general garden vegetation, but keep them away from rose bushes because they are aphid and blackfly magnets and your plants will get infected as well.

    Good luck with your grow.
    tip top advice that mate!

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