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Hey everyone!

I am now several weeks away from my first successful outdoor grow. I have these gals in 30 gallon fabric pots. The strains are - Northern Lights, Master, Pretty in pink, and Hindu Kush.

The Hindu Kush seams to be a few weeks further into flower than the rest, which worries me because we will begin the rainy wet season with a couple of weeks and the others look like they need at least 4 more weeks

here are some pics!

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Imzzaudae

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Hey. Welcome to the farm.
Best put those nice bags to use growing giant auto flowers so they are off before the rainy season.
Just a suggestion for next year. Do exactly what you did with these beautiful plants, wow man really nice!

I also have this issue every year. SW Ontario Canada. I simply move them into the garden shed so they stay dry. I find heavy dew is also a problem
when all flowered up. Put a fan on them and minimum water. They don't mind the dark. You can open the door and let a little light in but shorten up the day to 8 hours they will sugar up nice.

You could run a line back buy the trees and put a tarp over it 6' up with tent guy lines to the ground. Tuck them under out of the rain with good air flow.
It's not the best but it's better than rained on wet moldy buds you worked to hard to grow.

Your out around Langley. I was Nanaimo, Port Moody. Prince George, Calgary, Edmonton Whitehorse. The Toon.
many others.
 
LangBCGrow

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Beauty advice, thank you… Great call with the autos… I’ll be doing that next year for sure. The dew is major here too I’m finding…

I grew up just outside of London, Ont. (In BC now) So I hear you. I tried a couple years ago to grow outside and I failed miserably. There was mould and pest all over it before it even started flowering. This year I asked for better strains for my climate and have kept them trimmed.

Would keeping them under the deck overhang work or would it be better to have some poly/tarp to still let direct sun at them?
 
Imzzaudae

Imzzaudae

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Hey everyone!

I am now several weeks away from my first successful outdoor grow. I have these gals in 30 gallon fabric pots. The strains are - Northern Lights, Master, Pretty in pink, and Hindu Kush.

The Hindu Kush seams to be a few weeks further into flower than the rest, which worries me because we will begin the rainy wet season with a couple of weeks and the others look like they need at least 4 more weeks

here are some pics!

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Beauty advice, thank you… Great call with the autos… I’ll be doing that next year for sure. The dew is major here too I’m finding…

I grew up just outside of London, Ont. (In BC now) So I hear you. I tried a couple years ago to grow outside and I failed miserably. There was mould and pest all over it before it even started flowering. This year I asked for better strains for my climate and have kept them trimmed.

Would keeping them under the deck overhang work or would it be better to have some poly/tarp to still let direct sun at them?
As the rain where you are comes straight down for days and days on end, you could likely just tuck them up against the house under the cover and see what you think. Light wise nice and sunny in the middle of the back yard is best but they will finish up under the cover ok. If you get a blow you could shake them off good and put a fan on them.
What ever works for you. I'm in Petrolia. Spent 25 years in the west driving truck. Been places most people only dream of going. Moved home 23 years ago.
 
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