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You should also plan and prepare for potential environmental hazards, like extreme temperature changes, rain and wind. While rain can help water your crops, too much rain can damage your plants. Consider some type of temporary cover you can quickly employ in case of heavy rainfall.

It’s also a good idea to locate your outdoor garden near a natural windbreak. If this is not possible, you can surround your crop with plastic sheeting to protect it from wind damage.

By the end of September, around the fall equinox, it will be time to start preparing for harvest.

Your plants naturally shift from vegging As popular as indoor cultivation has become over the past few decades, outdoor growing still offers many benefits to new and seasoned growers alike — namely, the ability to grow big, beautiful, high-quality plants at a significantly lower long-term cost.

The biggest difference between growing outdoors and indoors is that an indoor grow is a completely manufactured environment. That means your energy costs for controlling lighting, temperature, air quality, humidity and other environmental factors will be significant.

Outdoor growing requires none of these environmental control costs, which is good news for beginner growers. The trick, though, is understanding nature’s timeline and coordinating your outdoor grow efforts to coincide with Mother Nature’s schedule. 3. Click here to get your seeds DR SEEDS LINK