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how to grow potent outdoor weed

How to grow potent outdoor weed

If you elect to purchase soil from a store, don’t assume that it has a balanced pH level. Also, don’t think that it will maintain this standard for the duration of the season, either. Ideally, your soil’s pH will be 7.0. However, it may change over the course of a couple of months and become too alkaline or acidic.

Most cannabis strains are ready for harvest between the end of September and the first week or two of October. Although, this does depend on the strain and climate conditions. Monitor pistil and trichome formation to gain a better idea of when your plants are ready for harvesting.

Different Types of Soil

When harvesting outdoors, make sure you have the requisite tools. When it’s time, bring sealable bags. We recommend carrying a holdall if you use Ziploc bags for added security. Cut the marijuana plants into lengths that make them easy to transport. In other words, make sure they fit in your bags!

Step #9: Cut Your Cannabis Plants Carefully

The chief downside to growing from seed is that the outcome is less predictable than it is with clones. If you don’t choose an inbred seed line, you could end up with a different plant to the one you expected. Also, cannabis seeds produce males and females. This means you have to sex your plants when they achieve sexual maturity. This process involves culling the male plants. You can avoid this issue by purchasing feminized seeds.

How to grow potent outdoor weed

“Indoor weed will always be more potent than outdoor weed.”

Why does it get such a bad rap in Seattle’s pot shops?

Pot grown outside, when done correctly, can be flavorful and powerfully potent, and there are plenty of good reasons to support farmers growing weed under the sun.

Jeremy Moberg, the owner of CannaSol, said his pot has more terpenes and a broader spectrum of cannabinoids, the chemicals in pot that get you high, than some weed on the market.