How I Prune My Outdoor Cannabis Plants



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  1. did you use/utilize any mycorrhizal inoculant before putting your plants outside?
    i've found that using mycorrhizal fungi when rooting my plants has given me many benefits that i had not seen in previous grows, some of my plants are pushing the 7 foot mark and just look so healthy, mold and pest problems have been minimal though the true test will come in the coming weeks. thanks for the upload and all the best!

  2. My plants were looking a bit under the weather. I was thinking it wad lacking nutrients …i had ran out of grow for like 2 weeks…but ended up pruning back the sucker branches and 2 days later they are looking superb. Thanks.

  3. ACCIDENTALLY
    I now have a 4.5 foot tall plant growing right next to the sidewalk in the back yard.
    Just trimmed a bunch of fan leaves and all lower popcorns about 3 weeks ago and again today.
    I now have all tops. I’ve never grown outside.
    Anything else you might recommend?
    The plant is a lot bigger than anything I’ve ever grown and looks like its in the pre-flower stage. Fertilizer or go all natural? 🤷🏼‍♂️
    Too bad it’s not a forum, a photo would probably help.

  4. 70% isopropyl is better :

    "The presence of water is a crucial factor in destroying or inhibiting the growth of pathogenic microorganisms with isopropyl alcohol. Water acts as a catalyst and plays a key role in denaturing the proteins of vegetative cell membranes. 70% IPA solutions penetrate the cell wall more completely which permeates the entire cell, coagulates all proteins, and therefore the microorganism dies. Extra water content slows evaporation, therefore increasing surface contact time and enhancing effectiveness. Isopropyl alcohol concentrations over 91% coagulate proteins instantly. Consequently, a protective layer is created which protects other proteins from further coagulation.
    Solutions > 91% IPA do kill bacteria, but sometimes require longer contact times for disinfection, and enable spores to lie in a dormant state without being killed."

  5. I like the diatomaceous earth ring idea. I'm gonna borrow that. This is also good pruning advice. A lot of outdoor growers prune using indoor methods and take off way too much. I feel like topping is a waste of time outdoors personally Last year I was bending the tops back in my outdoor veg period then I was topping the branches at a node site just before they got taller than the original apex site. Is that a valid method you think? I would then untie the bent original top and let it straighten out as everything caught up with each other and made a pretty nice round bushy shape with some nice Y shaped branches with 2 tops. I got a pretty crazy yield from the two Sweet Skunk X C99 plants I did that to but I forgot to prune off the low sub branches like you illustrate here so there was a good amount of larf to sift through as well. I might combine both methods on afew plants and just let them grow naturally while pruning the inner junk to keep em clean and breathing.

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