Growing Outdoors:

Before you think about the sale of marijuana clones, you first need to learn how grow the plant.

Growing marijuana outdoors has been the traditional method to produce cannabis for thousands of years. If indoor or greenhouse growing isn’t for you, or you simply procrastinated and it’s late in the season, then tune in.

Think of a seed like a baby. It needs care and attention before it can go out in the ‘real world’. Usually, outdoor growers germinate their seeds indoors and slowly acclimate them to outdoor conditions. Putting them under lights for a few weeks gives the seeds a head start facilitating established plants for summer. One can start earlier in the season if they grow the seed during the first few weeks under a piece of glass or in a green house. There are so many factors in a successful growth, but the main resides within the grower. The yield per female plant is between 100-400 grams. This varies with strain type, nourishment, sunlight, and sowing time.

The dedication to prepare the site takes precedence over anything else. There will not be a healthy plant without a proper and healthy site. In a perfect world, the grow site will absorb unrestricted sun for the majority of the day. A grow site will flourish from protection- thick trees or a small indentation in the earth to name a few. This will protect the plants from strong winds and animals. Think of the soil as the blood in your veins or the oil in a car. Most outdoor growers will use fertilizers to advance the soil. Experienced growers will examine the soil before growing. You can get soil testing kits, which will indicate the type of soil and pH levels.

Some growers have the land to keep their plants secluded where they can tend to them in private. Let’s face it though a lot of growers want to keep this to their own so the neighbors don’t down their high. For this method, I recommend large soil-filled sacks will be heaved into the tree. This allows growers to pick an inconspicuous location. Plants grown like this will succeed with constant sunlight.

If you are fortunate to have your own land, then you have the options to grow in plant pots or rooting them straight in the soil. The benefit to plant pots is portability. A stagnant plant within soil will yield the most out of any technique if the soil is high quality and the plant receives adequate sunlight.

The outdoor grow can be challenging but rewarding. Seed quality, preparation and the grower have heavy impacts on the harvest. When done efficiently the outdoor grower will experience the success of growing within the plants natural habitat and costless, the way the earth envisioned.