Fearless Gardener's Tip #008 : Growing Outside


Fearless Gardener's Tip #008 : Growing Outside

ADVANTAGES:
  • Free light
  • More space options
  • Low start up cost

DISADVANTAGES:
  • Poor weather conditions
  • Pests
  • Can be a lower quality end product
  • Grey mold and powdery mildew is common when growing outside

RECOMMENDED GROWING MEDIUMS:
  • Peat Moss
  • Coco
  • Soil

GROWING SEASON:
Many growers start their outdoor grow on May Long Weekend
Seeds should be started early in the year (January) and clones a bit later
(April)

GENETICS:
Genetics play an important role in how well your plant will flourish outside.

LOOK FOR STRAINS THAT:
Have resistance to pests and diseases
Have resistance to mold
Are high quality and produce a large yield
Have a faster flowering time

Have you ever grown outside?

DID YOU KNOW? Canadians can grow 4 plants per household outdoors or
indoors!

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