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(Independent)   As the operator of an indoor pot grow-op, is your greatest fear a) nosy neighbors, b) cops, come and try to snatch your crops, or c) gangs of geeks with drones carrying infrared cameras?   ( independent.co.uk) divider line
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2014-04-18 03:57:09 PM  
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2014-04-18 03:34:37 PM  
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kindms: Mid_mo_mad_man: Pokey.Clyde: You'd think that by now, that with a little planning you could completely conceal your grow. First, invest in a good insulation job to eliminate any abnormal heat signature outside the home. And second, they make LED grow lights now. Use those. It would keep the cops from using electric bills to find you. And LEDs don't put off the same amount of heat as incandescents.

/just spitballing. Never grown any myself, so I don't know.

Is there a way to grow off grid? With solar,wind or generators you would think that would be feasible

um the sun ? it has this special property that makes plants grow

2014-04-18 12:31:29 PM  
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2014-04-18 10:41:14 AM  
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These pigs wanna blow my house down, head underground to the next town
They get mad when they come to raid my pad and I'm out in the 9-deuce cad
Yes, I'm the pirate, pilot of this ship if I get with the ultraviolet dream
Hide from the red light beam, now do you believe in the unseen?

/Pandora ftw
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