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Prune your crop between mid-July and the end of August in preparation for harvest time. Snip away excess fan leaves during a descending moon in the waning phase.

Growing outdoors usually means more space to work with, plenty of sunshine, free rainwater, better ventilation, and the joy of cultivating in the elements.

Only water after the top 3–5cm of soil has become dry. If you don’t wait long enough, your plant can become vulnerable to root rot and other nasties.

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You can also use seed bank data to estimate the size, flowering time, and yield of a particular strain. If you can grow openly, consider a tall and highly productive strain. If you need to be more discreet, choose a smaller and more stealthy variety.

As a robust herb, cannabis will happily grow in a variety of locations. Some cultivators have a spacious garden at their disposal, whereas others are limited to smaller spaces.

With that said, indoor growers usually have less space at their disposal, less potential for massive yields, and have to splash money on electricity bills to run their setup.

On the other hand, raised beds enable growers to cultivate multiple companion species within the same block of soil. Not only does this enrich the biodiversity of the soil, but it also creates a shield of protective plants that fend off pests while attracting beneficial insects.

Bred from Afghani genetics sometime in the 1970s, Northern Light has become one of the most popular strains among cannabis enthusiasts. Our autoflowering variant of this popular indica hybrid isn’t just a great indoor strain, but makes a formidable figure outdoors as well. Not that the photoperiod version isn’t awesome already (she sure is!), but there are cultivators who cherish the 9–10-week life cycle of the automatic version. And, let’s be honest, who likes to wait for awesome weed? Smoke Northern Light Auto to enjoy a relaxing physical stone with just the right amount of uplifting stimulation.

But don’t get too complacent with sativa genetics as they too can succumb to mould and fungus. Check the weather and be at the ready to harvest from September onward should the rain come early. Here are our recommended Hazes to grow in a hot and humid climate:

OG Kush

Sun, sea, and outstanding outdoor sinsemilla. If you are living around the Mediterranean, you are also spoiled with choices. Although, cropping cannabis strains resistant to bud mould is probably advisable, especially if you’re a novice cultivator. Unfortunately, thick, tight colas and high humidity don’t mix.

Not much needs to be said about OG Kush, one of the most iconic cannabis strains of all time. This super dank specimen, a 75% indica, is just ideal to grow outdoors under the sun. Here, a single plant can yield 500 grams in a short 8 weeks of flowering. Once you can finally set her buds ablaze, you will enjoy delicious citrus, pine, and fruit flavours. Her extremely relaxing indica effect makes OG Kush the perfect nighttime strain for chilling and watching movies.

These days, the vast majority of cannabis strains on the market have been specifically adapted and bred for indoor cultivation. Sure, in theory, any weed can grow anywhere. But in practice, this is absolutely not the case with all cannabis varieties. Most marijuana will thrive in a sunny southern climate. However, plenty of outstanding, hardy strains can be cultivated in cooler, northern latitudes.

A cross between Skunk #1 and Afghani, Grape Ape is a prevalent strain both for its upbeat body high, deep purple leaves and dense, compact buds as well as its distinctive grape flavour. The plant thrives in sheltered outdoor spots, in a patch of soil where there is plenty of sunlight, heat and humidity. Each plant can return a yield of about 750 grams.

A favourite among growers due to its natural resistance to common cannabis pests and fungi, LSD is a low-maintenance strain. Similar to Grape Ape, LSD grows best in sheltered outdoor areas. LSD plants will usually flower in about 9 -10 weeks. A cross between Mazar and Skunk #1, LSD appropriately delivers a vivid, psychedelic experience with a robust body buzz and cerebral high. This is the perfect strain for getting high.

This strain is known for blueberry flavours. Growing Blue Dream outdoor in the soil can bring out the smooth blueberry flavours, typically grown in hydro to maximise yields. With extremely uplifting and cerebral effects, Blue Dream is excellent to work on their next plantation projects.

GRAPE APE

Blue Dream has been a blockbuster of outdoor cannabis crops for quite some time, boasting big yields and a relatively low-effort growth process. A perfect strain for outdoor growers, Blue Dream, does well in many summer climates and will take all the sunlight that it could have.

While many strains produce attractive flower when grown outdoors in the summer months, these are some of the best. The strains listed are great for beginners as well. So, find one and start your outdoor growing adventure!

Many people look for fun and rewarding outdoor plantation for their passion for gardening. For some cannabis enthusiasts, that means giving growing their cannabis plants outside. The benefits of growing cannabis outdoors range from not having to buy weed for a while to the satisfaction of getting stoned through your hard work.

OG Kush thrives in warmer climates and is one of the purer strains to grow. The plant reaches up to 9 feet when grown outdoors; the buds give off a distinct earthy pine and sour lemon scent with woody undertones. Despite growing so tall, OG Kush still has plenty