Should we already cover our outdoor plant to protect from rain?

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Hi everyone, greetings from the Netherlands 🙂

Our outdoor plant is about 2,5 weeks into flowering and it's going to be raining mildly almost everyday for the next 2 weeks. Should we already create a canopy? When should put this at the latest? We only just pruned a little bit 2 weeks ago and got a bit of extra circulation going, other areas are very dense though. When should we start protecting it from the rain? Info is much appreciated!
 
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Hi everyone, greetings from the Netherlands 🙂

Our outdoor plant is about 2,5 weeks into flowering and it's going to be raining mildly almost everyday for the next 2 weeks. Should we already create a canopy? When should put this at the latest? We only just pruned a little bit 2 weeks ago and got a bit of extra circulation going, other areas are very dense though. When should we start protecting it from the rain? Info is much appreciated!
Start yesterday! Tomorrow could be 2 late
 
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You should also consider trimming some inside tiny branches and plate leaves to increase airflow. A plant that size could trim out dozens of inner branches and many leaves in lower third of plant and it wouldn’t miss a beat. Improves airflow and light. After trimming you can go to a coffee shop and celebrate with space cakes and hash. From what I remember of my week in Amsterdam in 1981 (which is not much) I had a great time, especially at the Melk Weg. 🥴
 
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You should also consider trimming some inside tiny branches and plate leaves to increase airflow. A plant that size could trim out dozens of inner branches and many leaves in lower third of plant and it wouldn’t miss a beat. Improves airflow and light. After trimming you can go to a coffee shop and celebrate with space cakes and hash. From what I remember of my week in Amsterdam in 1981 (which is not much) I had a great time, especially at the Melk Weg. 🥴

You should also consider trimming some inside tiny branches and plate leaves to increase airflow. A plant that size could trim out dozens of inner branches and many leaves in lower third of plant and it wouldn’t miss a beat. Improves airflow and light. After trimming you can go to a coffee shop and celebrate with space cakes and hash. From what I remember of my week in Amsterdam in 1981 (which is not much) I had a great time, especially at the Melk Weg. 🥴
Thanks Nashoba, will cut some more branches and plate leaves indeed... I've been juicing leaves from other plants as well, feels so healthy. What a plant, such a gift!
 
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Thanks Nashoba, will cut some more branches and plate leaves indeed... I've been juicing leaves from other plants as well, feels so healthy. What a plant, such a gift!
Oh and the Melkweg was one of my fav places to go out back in the day :)...
 

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