Let’s face it: growing cannabis is fraught with challenges, and there has never been a better time to learn how to grow large buds outdoors. The question that every outdoor grower asks himself is: How do you grow weeds outdoors without having a greenhouse? Outdoor cultivation is a great option for those who want to learn more about how marijuana is grown and for people who are looking for a more natural environment for their plants. Whether legal, climate favourable, there are garden areas or not, some of the best cannabis growing opportunities can be outdoors, even if it is legal.
When growing weeds outdoors, you must keep your plants out of direct sunlight, where they get too much heat and too little shade. Of course, this can happen to you, for example, if you have no space on a terrace, balcony or garden, which makes it impossible to grow outdoors because you are forced to grow indoors. Whenever possible, my advice is to proceed carefully if you want to grow cannabis outdoors.
It is important to remember that while weeds are relatively adaptable to different weather conditions, they are also susceptible to temperature extremes. If you grow cannabis outdoors, your cannabis plants must maintain good temperature conditions from the start. The larger the buds you grow outdoors, the better the chances that the cannabis plant will initially get good temperatures and conditions.
The vegetative cycle occurs when there is more sunlight than darkness 24 hours a day, and therefore planting your cannabis plants is best in mid-May.
The only advantage of growing cannabis in the sun is that you have to monitor the weather and the season and decide in which part of the year to grow your plants before growing indoors. Those of us who live in warmer temperate climates have a little more freedom when it comes to growing our cannabis.
If you decide to grow your cannabis plants outdoors, you need space and privacy to protect them from prying eyes. When growing weeds indoors, everything must be set up so that the plants do not have to think of themselves while they are still outside, which is not possible outside. If it is legal in your state to grow your own weed, you should take precautions to hide your outdoor growth from the public. This is a bonus, but if you have a condition that allows growth, make sure the plants remain hidden from the public.
If you want to grow marijuana outdoors in winter, consider growing seedlings indoors instead of planting them outdoors. If you grow marijuana outdoors, the seeds germinate and can be planted indoors, but if you grow it indoors, you can start planting seedlings indoors and then plant them outdoors.
If you want to grow outdoors in summer, you should start planting seedlings indoors, Kerr says, because as soon as the weather allows, you want to plant them outdoors to aim for harvest in October, when temperatures can drop below zero.
Northern European growers can start growing cannabis outdoors in early April, using greenhouses and polytunnels.
In addition, growing cannabis outdoors can often lead to fairly large plants, so choosing an auto-flower variety is helpful if you don’t want your plants to take up so much space. A good way to help marijuana plants grow weeds outdoors is to prune the plants. Growing a marijuana plant outdoors is not always easier than growing it indoors, as Mother Nature intervenes to do some of the work for you. Once you have found the optimal place to grow your cannabis plant, you can move the plant around in the garden.
While the choice of one does not generally affect the actual strength of the plant, there are a number of different growing media available for growing weeds indoors and outdoors. To determine what would be the best choice to grow cannabis outdoors in your situation, talk to your cloning provider about what they think would have been a good choice for you in this situation. Growing cannabis indoors is much more difficult than growing it outdoors, as purely hydroponic systems basically do not exist in the world of outdoor cultivation.
Another advantage of growing outdoors is that your marijuana should be exposed to rainwater, but you should remember that growing outdoors will not control the climate and this will affect the plant’s growth. Plants need water, of course, and if you live in a dry climate or find a river or pond or another water source to grow your cannabis nearby, it is very important to keep this in mind when growing cannabis guerrillas. Some growers lucky enough to live near the tropics can grow cannabis all year round; those who live much further north must follow natural rhythms. One can suffer from extremely cold or hot climates, and this affects plant growth; some of the nutrients in the pot are released in a similar way to the others.