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growing cannabis outside in winter

Growing cannabis outside in winter

Hehe must be boring to post same answer over n over:)

With best wishes

Additionally, when it comes to questions about growing, there are so many other people who can (and do) weigh in that comment threads in a blog format become unwieldy and confusing. A forum format is far more suited to this kind of answer threading. Brad’s comment that “u can’t answer anyone about a topic you started. Confused maybe you shouldn’t put up topics u can’t reply answers on said subject about. ” suggests that he thinks this is a forum – we did not “start a topic”, we posted an article. Comments are welcome, as is feedback, but there is a big difference between the two platforms (blog and forum) in terms of both author and commenter response. To avoid disappointment, they should not be confused.

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I hope this clears it up for you

With best wishes,

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Thank you for your comment ? Unfortunately we cannot respond to grow questions on the blog, but we do have the Sensi Seeds Forum where you can ask a thriving community of gardening fans for advice, share your experiences, and see if your question has already been covered. I hope this helps.

Thanks for your comment. I can understand the confusion because on the surface, it does not seem to make sense that we publish articles about growing and then have to deflect all questions about it to the forum. The reason for this is that cultivating cannabis is against the law in most places, and tolerated within strict boundaries in a few. Even in the Netherlands, one is only allowed to grow up to five plants and they have to be outdoors. It is also against the law to incite others to commit a crime, and to assist or facilitate them in doing so. This puts us in a delicate legal situation. We are a Dutch company and have to abide by EU laws. Therefore, all the articles on the blog are for entertainment purposes, and must not be used to commit or facilitate crime. Answering questions or giving advice about illegal activities would mean we are breaking the law.

Growing cannabis outside in winter

Loft growing during winter can result in tell-tale signs of snow melt on your roof, causing paranoia and worry. You need to be aware of the risks. But the indoor grower, with some creative thinking, should be able to overcome the challenges of growing cannabis in cold climates.

Ultimate checklist for growing cannabis in cold weather

If you need to avoid the onset of winter, then growing autoflower seeds outdoors over the summer could be easier than risking an outdoor photoperiod grow which may not finish in time.

10) Try force-flowering

Use of greenhouses and poly tunnels can be essential for those growers that want to protect their plants form the worst of the early and late season weather. But if you can time your grow accurately and use early flowering outdoor seeds you can expect good results. The following article about a Danish grower who produces large plants in Scandinavia may be encouraging reading for those trying to grow weed outdoors in cold climates.