Contrary to popular belief, marijuana can grow outdoors in pretty much in every country in the world. Growing outdoors does take work, but if done correctly, Outdoor Marijuana growing can give you peak yield and a superb harvest.
Planting outdoors is weather dependant, so it is imperative to plan well ahead if you wish to grow 1st Grade Outdoor Marijuana. Marijuana does need a minimum of 8 hours of sunlight per day to grow healthy. If you have a point freeze temperatures in your country, remember to grow after the last frost of the year or your plant will suffer under the outdoor conditions.
Growing outdoors has been the favorite for Marijuana cultivators for many years, but is not always possible due to increasing Hi-Tech detection equipment being used by Police Forces around the world. Google Earth even gets used by some Agencies to look for potential “Crops” growing in remote locations. Outdoor Marijuana is though the preferred way of growing due to the cost effectiveness of Outdoor growing, compared to growing indoors with HPS (High Pressure Sodium), CFL’s (Compact Fluorescent Lights) and such and the lower maintenance and is growing in it’s natural environment , which means bigger plants with bigger yields.
Of course, an outdoors setting requires special precautions not encountered with an indoors crop. You must be able to avoid detection, both from law enforcement freaks and common freaks, both of whom will take your Outdoor Cannabis and probably use it. And the last thing that you want is someone else enjoying your hard work.
Picking the ideal “spot” for your grow you must keep in mind that you need to be able to get access to the grow space to prepare your soil and secure enough not to be found buy a wondering eye.
There are two kinds of Outdoor Cannabis Cultivators. The one that starts to germinate and sprout the marijuana seeds in a indoor environment and then there are growers that plants the cannabis seeds directly into the ground outdoors from day one. The choice of how to start your Outdoor Grow is of a personal nature and preference.
When planting outdoors, spacing of your plants are important. Try growing your plants at least three feet apart. Planting your plants too close to each other and thinking you can get more plant in a small area can have negative effects as in Stunted Growth.
The plants like some water during their growing season, BUT in moderation. This is especially true around the root system, as too much water will rot your plant’s roots and killing your plant.