The rainy season is around the corner... what to do?

Discussion in 'Growing Marijuana Outdoors' started by tungkee, Sep 13, 2007.

  1. What would you do with the rainy season around the corner? Lets say you have a sh*t load of plants outdoors, and they have about 2 months left. It may start raining in about a month... Do you harvest early to avoid ruining the bud? And lets assume this is too much bud to move in and out doors at night. Cover them with a canopy? Now lets say you have too much to cover... Harvesting early is the only thing I can see worth doing although you'd have immature bomb... Thoughts?
  2. play it day by day, don't do anything radical until you HAVE to! Let the plants mature. You want the real thing.
  3. just keep an eye out for botrytis in wet and humid areas... harvest in waves as the top buds usualy mature faster than the rest of the plant
  4. I use a 25-50% mix of organicide (organic fungicide) and 1 tsp of hydrogen peroxide per 20 oz, and spray it on every inch of my plants every 10 days or so to avoid mold and mildew. Once they are about 3 weeks out I switch to just the H202 because the organicide has a funky smell, but it works like a charm. You could also cover them with a canopy like you said. They sell thick transperant plastic for construction at most hardware type stores. Drive 4 posts into the ground and staple the plastic to the tops of them. Make sure to either put a support/run off pole in the middle, or make one said quite a bit lower than the other to prevent the rain from collecting on top.

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