I have experience in growing cannabis outdoors in the south east and generally they have done very well with good yield. I moved to New England last July and the weather is very bipolar here. I started my photoperiod plants indoors early March. I was able to put them outdoor in the ground the first week of June. I started my seedlings in a mix of coast of Maine Stonington blend and ocean forest, about (70% c.o.m. and 30% o.f.). I made my own compost using organic material from my property, kitchen scraps, chicken manure and egg shells( I have 12 chickens so it's fresh!). I dug a 5ft deep hole and filled it full of my compost and transplanted my plants. Even though it has been a very cold summer for my area I am amazed at how well and resilient my plant have been doing. No disease, minimal pest and no deficiencies. My plants was at 3 ft tall in June and now they are between 5ft and 7ft mid July and are just now in pre flower. My strains are future#1, Bruce banner, gelato dream, HHH, and Carolina blue. My autos are GSC. With flowering coming does anyone have any tips on what to look for or do for my girls? Since I'm in new England idk if I'm going to have to do anything special to make it to harvest for the region. I am impressed with the soil quality new England has. The south east is red clay and very difficult to maintain any plant down there.