Anyone have any good tips for growing Marijuana outside – ?

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Marijuana Growing
hellgate asked:

most people i know grow inside and’or hydroponically –
i have cancer
i have a doctors note – but since you both don’t even know the legality of it – i highly doubt you know how to grow it thanks anyway – ill wait for someone who can actually provide accurate info


  1. daisy says:

    No, but I’m sure the police that monitor these sites will be pleased to contact you.

    If you have a written Dr’s. order, I suppose that it could get by. But isn’t it sill illegal in your state?

  2. irishgal96 says:

    marijuana is illegal in the U.S

  3. says:

    Outdoor growing is the best. Outdoor pot by far is the strongest, since it gets more light, it’s naturally more robust. No light leak problems. No dark periods that keep you out of your grow room. No electricity bills. Sunlight tends to reach more of the plant, if you are growing marijuana in the direct sun. Unlike growing indoors, the bottom of the plant will be almost as developed as the top.

    Outdoors, outside of a greenhouse, there are many factors that can kill your crop. Deer will try to eat them. Chipmunks and rodents too. Bugs will inhabit them, and the wind and rain can whip your little buds to pieces if they are exposed to strong storms. For this reason, indoor pot can be better than outdoor, but the best smoke I ever tasted was outdoor pot, so that tells you something; nothing beats the sun.

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    Put up a fence and make sure it stays up. Visit your plot at least once every two weeks, and preferably more often if water needs demand.

    It’s a good idea to use soil if you don’t have a green house, since hydroponics will be less reliable outside in the open air, due mostly to evaporation.

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    Light exposure is all important when locating a site for a greenhouse or outdoor plot. A backyard grower will need to know where the sun shines for the longest period; privacy and other factors will enter in as well. Try to find an innocuous spot that gets full winter sun from mid morning to mid afternoon, at least from 10-4, preferably 8-5. This will be really asking for a lot if you live north of 30 degrees latitude since days are short in winter. Since most gardeners will not want to use the greenhouse in the middle of the winter, you can still use winter sun as an indicator of good spring and fall lighting exposures. Usually the south side of a hill gets the most sun. Also, large areas open to the sun on the north side of the property will get good southern exposures. East and West exposures can be good if they get the full morning/afternoon sun and mid-day sun as well. Some books say the plants respond better to morning-only sun, verses afternoon-only sun, so if you have to choose between the two, morning sun may be better.

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  4. Tyla Mac says:

    FYI- Even though it may be legal in your state to possess and grow cannabis if you have a prescription I’m pretty sure it’s still against federal law to send or receive seeds through the USPS Fed Ex,UPS,etc. Be Careful about that.

  5. Cat says:

    Full Sun. Fertile soil.

    It’s quite easy to grow…not an accident it’s called “Weed” – it’s actually pretty weedy. You can practically ignore it and it’ll grow.

    But it will do best in full sun, well drained (don’t plant in a boggy place), with adequate moisture, and either good soil, or monthly fertilizer.

  6. connor g says:

    Yeah, don’t!

  7. Deplorable says:

    You do not state where you live. The climate zone in which you live will affect your ability to grow this plant outside.

    Cannabis Sativa will not grow in cold weather. Think of it as a summer annual. If you live in a warm southern environment, well, okay. Otherwise, the best practice is to start your seeds in the very early spring, about 6-8 weeks before planting-out time in your area. Alternatively, especially if you suffer from a disease for which you are looking for some significant relief, you may be well-advised to nose around for rooted cuttings of proven varieties from a local grower. The quality (intensity) will be vastly different (stronger) than a seed-grown plant.

    When the plant is first growing, be sure to pinch any growing tips. This will encourage bushiness. The more the plant branches, the more tips on which will form buds. Later in the summer, you will decrease and then stop pinching, and allow buds to form.

    You never know how long your supply is going to hold out. Because you have cancer, I would recommend that you dry the leaf material as well. Leaves are significantly less potent than the bud product, but they do affect nonetheless.

    Growing indoors is really no hardship, especially if you are able to do so legally. Indoor grow shops, which are a nice way of saying “Pot Growers’ Supply House” will sell you a good high-intensity lamp and the equally expensive bulb, under which you can also enjoy learning about fine blooming exotics at the same time. Might as well. There really isn’t much more equipment you need, other than the pots and soil, and you will have the huge advantage of growing and harvesting your crops year round.