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Outdoor Marijuana Growing

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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Marijuana Drought Water Conservation

Drought Survival & Water Conservation Tips for Marijuana Growers

With California, Washington, Oregon, and other Western states seeing climate change drought conditions and high temperatures bordering on catastrophic, marijuana growers are feeling the effects. Temperatures as high as 120F have been reported in California, Nevada, and Arizona. Drought is bad for outdoor marijuana growers who depend on streams and creeks fed by melting snowpack […]

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Outdoor Marijuana

Mid-Summer Outdoor Marijuana Grow Guide

It’s mid-summer, the first week of August, for North American outdoor marijuana growers. Depending on where you’re located, your outdoor marijuana plants have another 4-8 weeks in grow phase, but day lengths are dropping, and some marijuana strains may be slowing their veg growth already. This is a crucial time for your outdoor marijuana plants, […]

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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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