Ontario Outdoor Grow Final Update – How to Grow Huge Cannabis Plants



This video is a little old, all but the big purple kush are down. They all survived frosts and snow flakes. tonight -12 should be the end of it. Harvest update coming …

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  1. Hey. I am in Brantford Ontario. Next season I want to grow 4 plants in my backyard. I want to grow something that is going to produce a fair amount of bud that gets you high. I am not expecting top tier indoor kush perfection here. I just want a good bang for buck without babying the plants. Something strong and sturdy with good smoke.

    Any proven strains that grow well in hot and humid Southern Ontario? If you have any experience let me know how it went.

  2. You're going to get more than a quarter pounder Rick Simpson Oil off that man even if you plan on making all that into Rick Simpson Oil that'll do you for five years just so what you need to to keep pressing on year after year if you're really doing it just for pain

  3. Bro pull rotten parts off right away and if you have a branch that's got a lot of rot on it you just take the whole branch cut off what you can use and throw the rest away

  4. Hey bro I know my way around an outdoor grow but I enjoy looking at yours and hearing your tips we all figure out our own things that work as you know we all Tinker around but I definitely like to see other Growers methods much appreciated brother also I'm an Ontario grower but by the sound to you you're maybe a little more Northern or Western from me I'm a southern Ontario boy but I don't live or grow in the city

  5. Some very nice plants for a northen weather like Ontario. It's paradise to have such a good place like yours to grow. I would go nuts! We have quite a trek to reach ours. And the water…don't get me started. Damn hauling 5 gallon jugs all day for a few months.

  6. Man. Those are some serious plants you got going on! I'm a novice grower here in Ontario, been wondering what's your thoughts on growing in the ground VS growing in buckets / big garden pots & planters ? I'm thinking I should put them in 50L garden pots .. 😐

  7. I live in British Columbia and just started my first seed. Unsuccessful with germination for starting in April so I tried again… and now I have my first baby girl.. Any tips? I didn't know about the PH until now so I will start doing that but I hope it's not too late. Keep making videos brother! Beautiful plants and I have subscribed! Make a video for beginners for out door… !! 💚💚👐

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