Rain and seedlings

Discussion in 'Growing Marijuana Outdoors' started by caljian, Feb 24, 2023.

  1. Hey all,

    I have grown outdoors several times before and after taking last year off, I'm at it again, having 3 GSC plants and 2 Blue Dream in my yard. I'm in central California where it seldom rains, but just my luck I'm staring at a weather report that shows rain off and on for the next several days. I started my seedlings on the kitchen window sill and they are now outside and just about 2 inches tall. I DO have them under 2-liter half bottles for weather protection, but obviously I'm afraid they will drown. I would rather not bring them back in, but I'm kind of at a loss. I'm not sure if that protection is enough. Any suggestions?? I could take pictures, but again it's fucking raining and I don't wanna get wet. LOL.
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  2. They will be fine. The real danger when they are still small is a hard rain beat down and you've protected them from that. I just looked at mine on the yard camera and it's raining and windy with my 12 inch veg plants waving at me. I'm 90 miles away in 3 feet of snow and all I can do is watch.

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  3. Cool thank you, brother. I feel much better now!
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  4. I'm in SoCal. I was definitely more concerned about the wind yesterday. I think we had gusts over 35 mph. Some of the wife's succulents that were in pots did indeed blow over. I have a couple seedlings in the garage under T5's. I'm hoping that I can keep them there until mid next week when all this blows over.

    Good luck with your little ones, lol.
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  5. Yeah we've had some pretty wicked wind as well. Looks like I'll be going in with the neighbor behind me on a new fence LOL.
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