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outdoor marijuana growing

Risky Business: How To Deal With All The Threats When It Comes To Outdoor Cannabis Growing

Unpredictable and extreme weather, climate change, and other environmental factors can make life challenging for marijuana growers — especially outdoor marijuana growers. In 2017, unprecedented wildfires burned millions of acres of British Columbia and parts of the US West. Growers in those areas report heartbreaking losses of plants, even entire grow houses. Indoor marijuana grow […]

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Outdoor Marijuana Growing: Time to Start Planting

Spring is here, and it’s time to start planning your outdoor marijuana growing season, which traditionally runs from March through October in most places. You want a jumpstart on your planning and planting, so your marijuana plants are rooted and ready to be put outdoors as soon as fears of frost are past. Time the […]

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Outdoor Marijuana Maximum Yield Guide

Before climate change, polar vortex winters, and Western United States drought, outdoor medical growers started their plants in greenhouses or indoors in late February and March, hardened them off, then transplanted them into full outdoor terrain in April or May. Today, I know growers who start their outdoor plants as early as December; some of […]

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Protect Your Marijuana Crop From Climate Change

Climate change in the Northern Hemisphere has greatly affected the growing strategy of the outdoor medical marijuana farmer.  With freak frosts in the Spring and Fall and inclement weather patterns bringing hail, wind storms and even drought, gone are the days of predictable weather patterns where you could plant and harvest on time during the […]

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