4 things you should not do when growing marijuana outdoors

Written by on 4 September, 2022

Generally, growing marijuana is an activity that is not usually difficult or complicated to perform. However, if you do not take the necessary precautions or care, many inconveniences can arise.

To avoid headaches in the future, this is a list of 4 things you should not do when planting your Mary Jane outdoors, so the next time you go to grow your great weed you will not make the same mistakes of the past.

1- Use dark colored pots

When growing outdoors it is recommended to avoid using dark colored pots or containers, because when they are exposed to the sun, they can overheat and be the ideal focus for the presence of fungus such as Fusarium. Next time use white pots.

2- Not knowing what you are growing

If you decide to plant your own weed, an indispensable tip to obtain the expected results in your plantation is to know in detail the characteristics of the flower you are growing.

Many growers buy seeds without really knowing what they offer and when harvest time comes they are disappointed, because they did not get what they were looking for.

3- Avoid light pollution

For your cannabis plants to reach a successful flowering it is necessary that they receive a period of 12 hours of total darkness, but many growers often make the mistake of not checking that this aspect is being fulfilled correctly.

You see, outdoors, the lights of street lamps for example, can be a factor that interrupts these cycles. Therefore, if this is the case, you must act to avoid it.

4- Forgetting to check your plants

Many growers make the mistake of planting their weed and not checking it constantly, thinking that no problems can arise later, but they are wrong, pests and fungus, for example, are one of the drawbacks that can occur at any stage of growing.

Regularly, checking your flowers to make sure everything is in order will really make a difference.

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