Dear Dan, If you were doing an outdoor grow, would you still pH balance your nutrients to 6.5? Isn’t rainwater at around a pH balance of 8? If you use a plastic 55-gallon drum with drippers could you put a funnel on the top of it to collect rainwater? And if you added your nutes to this 55-gallon drum what would you do about the pH balance? Thanks! — Climbing HigherDear CH, The first thing you should do is test the pH of the existing soil in your outdoor grow.
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Dear Dan, What is a realistic expectation of dried weight per plant? — Rogue MapleDear Rogue, There are so many factors that will determine how much dry flower you ultimately harvest from a plant. It’s difficult to predict without some determining components, but I’ll take a stab at it. Obviously, indoor and outdoor yields will also vary, so I will give you a few scenarios and hopefully answer your question satisfactorily.
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