Green House Construction Tips by Jorge Cervantes – Another Green House with Plenty of Sun Light

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Green House Construction Tips by Jorge Cervantes - Another Green House with Plenty of Sun LightHere’s another video from my Green House Construction Tips series. This video is of another green house similar to the one from the previous series, except this one has plenty of sun light. Come check it out! If you want to ask me questions, I hang out at my new Marijuana Growing ( forum, come say hello! Visit my new forum: Submit your pics here: Twitter: Facebook: My books:

25 comments on “Green House Construction Tips by Jorge Cervantes – Another Green House with Plenty of Sun Light

  1. iqqbass on

    amazing ! beautiful buds over there, the perfect and free source of light, the sun makes its good job.
    grettings from chile jorge!

  2. James M on

    I am wanting to grow outdoors but not sure of the veg stage outdoors. Inside we control everything. Outside mother nature rules. Do you have a outdoor book?

  3. jorgecervantesmj on

    This video was shot in Northern California. It is a prime example of what kind of plants anybody in a legal medical state can grow outdoors. The trick to growing big plants like this is a long season, plenty of water and full days of sunlight.

    Please stop by my forum (click on Show More above) to discuss this video. The forum is full of information on indoor, outdoor, and greenhouse gardening.

  4. cacamal13 on

    Please send link that show your plants/buds that are better than these with your “nonshitty” greenhouse lined with solexx. or save your expertise opinion

  5. JJbones88 on

    Never said he doesn’t know what he’s doing, just that the greenhouse looks like shit. Besides he doesn’t grow.

  6. meandkg on

    Its not about how professional it is, one of those lets in less light than this”oaky shit” so you can expect a higher yield from the one in the video

  7. JJbones88 on

    Solexx greenhouse covering transmits 70-75 percent of the available light. Most plants only need 40 percent light to grow, but 70-80 percent available light is the optimal growing range.

  8. JJbones88 on

    Not an opinion, I’m speaking from experience. Google solexx greenhouse and tell me it doesn’t look more professional then this oaky shit

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