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Outdoor Marijuana Growing Complete Success Guide

 

Outdoor marijuana growing gives you free sun, wind, air, space, soil, and water.

 

It can also give you cannabis plants the size of trees, buds as thick and long as a baseball bat, many kilos of bud per season, adventures in hiking, and other outdoor fun.

 

But because your cannabis plants are outdoors where you can’t totally control their environment, it takes very special skills, techniques, and materials to successfully grow buds outdoors.

 

Our BigBudsMag.com writers have grown huge marijuana crops outdoors, and in this special outdoor marijuana section we’re giving you insider data on the best ways to grow gigantic amounts of pot outdoors, so read now, and get bigger outdoor harvests…

Pests and Deseases

Newbie Marijuana Grower Series: Protecting Your Marijuana Plants from Pests & Diseases

This article shows you how to fight back against bugs & diseases that hurt your marijuana crops! Marijuana growers want to defend themselves against police, snitches, and rippers, and they also want to defeat Nature’s attackers such as spider mites, thrips, aphids, powdery mildew, gray mold, and other diseases. There are specific steps to take […]

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Dankest Marijuana Strains For Outdoor Marijuana Growing

In a previous article about outdoor marijuana growing, we saw how selecting the right marijuana strains makes a big difference in how much bud you harvest outdoors. Depending on genetics, marijuana strains handle daylength, mites, powdery mildew, gray mold, drought, rain, heat, and other threats differently. What works well for an indoor hydroponics marijuana grower […]

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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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