i have spent itleast 10 hours between this day and last scrolling through this website. i have never found a place where members were so humble and welcoming. this is the reason i decided to join. i am not very old (16) and i do smoke weed occasionally, probably twice a week on the weekends so it wont interfere with my school work. i am tired of getting ripped off and paying over 50 dollers for an 1/8th. i cant believe so many people try to exploit the greatest resource on this earth which is marijuana. i have a friend which im pretty sure i can buy clones off of. i will be purchasing 4 or 5 clones from him which i am going to make sure are already rooted and ready to go. i am new to growing but i have been reading every grow guide i can find on the net. i will be growing outdoros due to the fact i am living with my parents. i will not be growing in outdoor soil but i will be growing using pots. i will most likely have to transplant the marijuana once into a larger pot. i will be growing the plants close to my house but each one will be spaced apart. i will be growing next to a river and each plant will be disguised as best as possible among other types of plants. i post here to ask for any advice you can give me. any tips or tricks i would greatly appreciate. one problem and concern i have is that from the time i start growing (feb 25th) and the time i have to harvest(june 8th). i know these are probably the worst times to start and end during the outdoor season. the highs feb 25th will be in the low 70s which i think is good enough for marijuana to grow. between feb 25th and june 8th is about 104 days. i plan on growing the marijuana between 7-9 weeks before i play god and make it begin flowering. i will allow between 6-8 weeks for the flowering. i will put a black trash bag over each plant or enough so that each plant does not receive light. i know this is long and if you have read all of it i greatly appreciate it. if you could give me advice on watering, nutrients, things to look for in plants, and so forth i will be forever grateful.