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How to Grow Marijuana Outdoors – Growing Weed


Growing Weed Outdoors

With marijuana being legalized or decriminalized in a number of US states and other countries around the world, there are many people who wish to grow their own weed. Indoor hydroponic systems are becoming easier to master and can produce some very satisfying yields, but there is something about letting cannabis plants flourish in an outdoor environment that can be incredibly rewarding. Left to grow naturally marijuana can produce even better yields than indoors and flavors are often said to be more intricate. For those people who prefer things more natural, it is also possible to grow marijuana outdoors in a 100% organic way.

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So, for all you budding guerilla gardeners out there, this guide will cover the basics, giving you all the information you need to start growing your own top grade weed outdoors.


The first thing you will need to consider for your outdoor marijuana grow is location.


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Geographic location

Lots of people think that you require a hot, sub tropical climate to grow marijuana outdoors. This is not the case. If you think about the high areas of Central Asia where cannabis originally comes from, the climate can be harsh and often cold at altitude. There are also cannabis strains bred specifically for outdoors in colder climates, such as Early Skunk. Strain selection is a crucial part of a successful outdoor grow, read about it more in the section about cannabis strain selection.

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With some care and planning you can grow cannabis outdoors from the hottest tropical regions to as far north as Alaska or Scandinavia.

Site Selection

Selecting the right site for your outdoor marijuana grow is of the utmost importance. When considering a potential site you will need to think about the basic requirements of your marijuana plants as well as how you are going to get to and from the site and whether the plants are going to be hidden from view. We have a full section on outdoor growing site selection.


Even though you may live in a place where it is not illegal to grow marijuana outdoors, weather you are growing in your backyard or elsewhere stealth is still one of your primary concerns. Growing marijuana is still a contentious issue to many people, possibly including your neighbors, and some people just don’t like it. There’s always the danger of theft too. Any smoker who happened to stumble upon your lovely ripe plants while out walking in the woods or seeing it over your back fence one day might be likely to help himself to some.

If you are growing in your garden, after you consider the best locations in terms of sunlight start thinking how you will conceal the plants. Usually the best way to do this is with other plants such as tomatoes as they grow quickly like your weed will.

If you are growing in the woods consider locations that are far away from tracks or paths used by walkers. You might need to get your hiking boots on and head across country, away from people. Dog walkers and hikers get everywhere so look out for signs of their passing and look for places that they might think too awkward to get to.

If you live somewhere where there is dense ground cover, it is sometimes possible to worm your way under the foliage to clearings within. Using ‘fox holes’ like this can be an excellent idea as their entrances are easily concealed with branches and leaves.

Choosing a site near a stream or brook means that it may be accessed via the water. This is a good way to avoid leaving paths or tracks that clearly show to others where you have been.

Farmer’s fields can be useful if you know the area well and know which bits are regularly visited and which aren’t. Field margins are often overlooked and can provide good locations for outdoor grows. However, be careful if there is any chemical spraying going on in the area.

Industrial sites should not be ignored either, especially derelict or run down sites. Sometimes these locations can go for years without being visited at all. They often contain hidden away bits of scrap land that are all but forgotten by everybody. There is a more extensive guide to picking a spot in the woods in our guerilla grow guide.



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Once you are satisfied with the security of your chosen site, you will have to then consider if it offers all of your plants’ natural requirements. The first of these is sunlight. The more sunlight your cannabis plant gets, the more it will grow. As an absolute minimum, cannabis plants require around six hours of sunlight per day. More would be much better.

When selecting a site try to envisage or calculate with a compass how much light it will get throughout the day, and throughout the summer. Note where the sun rises and sets and imagine the arc that it makes, both now and at high summer and into fall. Will your plants get enough light throughout their entire life cycle?

Watch out for surrounding plants and if they will shade out your babies now and in the future when they grow, can you cut them back. Remember, if you are checking a site out in spring, there will be a whole lot more foliage come the summer.


If you live in a climate with adequate rainfall then water shouldn’t be too much of a problem. However, if you live somewhere that experiences long dry seasons then a good supply of water is crucial.

Near to a river or stream is ideal, but remember that they may flood in spring or autumn. Is there a strand line that shows you where the high water has been?

If you are able to, situate a water tank nearby on a slow drip or try stashing some large containers of water nearby so that you can water the plants easily in times of drought.

Be sure to keep an eye on the weather forecasts during your grow. You should know if any adverse weather like a late or early cold snap or long days of hot weather – know beforehand and not get caught out by surprise to find your babies dead.



Check the soil of the site first. Good soil should compact when you squeeze it, be dark brown in color and but should break apart again with only a small amount of pressure. You should know good soil when you see it really; if you have any doubts take a look online for what it should look like. You need the soil to be well drained, try to avoid places with patches of standing water, clay or rocky soil. Cannabis does not like being waterlogged.

Look at what else is already growing at the site. If there are plenty of grasses, weeds and nettles then chances are that the location is already blessed with decent soil and water.

A soil pH meter is relatively cheap to buy. This is not essential, but the more effort you put in now, the better your weed will be. Cannabis likes a very slightly acidic soil, pH 5.5 -6.5 is ideal.

You will be very lucky if you find the ideal soil, but don’t despair. It is easy to improve soil, try digging in a mix of some potting compost, well rotted manure and Perlite or vermiculite to improve drainage and aeration. Cannabis roots need plenty of oxygen so try to lighten heavy, compacted soils.

Having selected your site, clear the area completely of weeds. When your plants are young they can easily be swallowed up by indigenous plants so you need to give them a head start.

If you are able, dig a hole out for each plant approximately two feet deep and two feet in diameter and line the base with two inches of gravel to enable good drainage. Now fill the rest of the hole with your prepared soil/compost mix. This is a lot of work and to fill it with good potting mix and gravel will take plenty of trips with a heavy backpack.

Your site is now ready to take your plants but you still have some more decisions to make.

Strain selection

Indica or Sativa

As stated earlier, the cannabis strain that you choose is going to be crucial to the success of your grow. This is an area where it is worth doing a bit of research. If you live somewhere frost free with an incredibly long growing season you can pretty much choose whatever strain you want. This includes nearly all the indicas and the old school sativas, like the Hazes which have a long flowering period but which can produce immense yields.

Climates which are less tropical, but otherwise sunny, like the Mediterranean or the southern states, have less choice. However, you can still grow most indicas and, with modern breeding techniques, you can grow some hybridized sativas such as Silver Haze #9, which is a Haze with a shorter flowering cycle.

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Those millions of us without the luxury of such an environment, who live in colder, damper environments, need to be a bit pickier. Although it is mostly indicas that can be grown in these environments, again, some modern hybrid strains allow you to get sativas such as Bangi Haze. Or, you could just work with what you have and select a good indica strain such as Sensi Star, or Holland’s Hope which has been specifically bred for growing outdoors in northern climates.


Autoflowering cannabis strains

The ever increasing amount of autoflowering cannabis strains available is of great interest to the outdoor cannabis grower. Their fast finishing time ensures missing any untimely frosts and their diminutive stature makes stealth much easier. Auto strains get their autoflowering qualities from Cannabis ruderalis genes and many of them are suitable for growing outdoors in cooler conditions. Consider Auto Frisian Dew or Snow Ryder.

Bag seeds

Of course, we are not all granted the luxury of being able to pick and choose which strains we grow. Lots and lots of people have great success with growing seeds found in bags of purchased weed. You might not even know what type of cannabis it is, but it’s always worth giving it a go. Nothing ventured – nothing gained.

If you do grow bag weed try and identify it as soon as you can. If it grows with thin fingered, light green leaves and long internode lengths it could be sativa dominant and take longer to finish flowering. Dark, thick fingered leaves and a short, squat structure can indicate an indica dominant plant which should flower more quickly.


Clones or seeds?

If you have access to clones then this is nearly always the best decision to make. Clones have guaranteed genetic traits, particularly if you only require female plants. They also give you a head start over seeds by being more developed with existing leaves and a root system.

On the other hand, buying seeds from a shop or online resource gives you much more choice over which strain you grow. Buy your cannabis seeds from a reputable source and try to buy the best you can afford.

If you do use clones, be sure treat them with care and make sure their roots are properly developed before planting them out.

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If you are growing your plants from seed you have the choice of either germinating them at home and then planting them out, or sowing them directly in their final location. The choice is yours and each has its benefits. Germinating them at home gives you more control over the very delicate early stages whereas sowing them directly avoids possible damage when transporting and transplanting them.

There are a number of ways of germinating cannabis seeds. Everyone has their own way of doing it. Perhaps the simplest way is to place your seeds between layers of moist (not soaking) tissue paper and put them somewhere warm and dark. Your seeds should crack their shells in just a few days.

Let your seedlings develop a small web of roots before potting them on. When they have, get a small pot full of fine potting compost and make a hole in it with the end of a pencil. Carefully place your young seedling into it, making sure that the roots go down into the hole.

Sometimes the roots become woven into the fabric of the tissue paper. If this is the case, do not risk damaging them by pulling them apart. Simply cut a small circle out of the paper, around the roots, and put the plant in the pot with the paper still attached.

Some people just plant the seeds directly into a small pot and let them sprout naturally. If you do this, try soaking the seed for 24 hours before planting to soften up the shell.

If you are going to sow your seeds directly into the ground at your chosen site, simply make a tiny hole in your prepared soil, about ¼” to ½” deep, and pop the seed in it, pointy side up. Make sure that the soil is watered and clear all other plants from the area to give your baby a chance to get going.

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If you have started your seed off at home, which is recommended, you will want to plant it out when it is around six inches tall with three or four internodes. Make a hole in your prepared soil that will accommodate the whole contents of the pot without disturbing the roots. Remove the cannabis plant from the pot by turning it upside down and tapping the base. Now place the root ball in the hole and firm it in. Make sure you give it a good drink at this point.

Once established your seedlings will soon enter a vigorous vegetative growth stage. From such fragile beginnings plants quickly become full and robust. Unlike growing marijuana indoors, you have no control over the duration of the vegetative growth stage and over the course of a summer plants can become huge. It is a good idea during this phase to feed your plants well with some quality, nitrogen rich, fertilizer.

Your cannabis plant is now growing in your carefully selected site. If stealth is important to you, you will want to keep visits to the site to a minimum. If it is safe to visit your site then keep looking and clearing away any plants that begin to encroach on your babies.

If you want to grow only female cannabis plants there is one visit that you will not be able to avoid. At some time, probably between the fifth and sixth week of vegetative growth, your plants will display their gender and you will need to act accordingly.

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Sexing Your Marijuana Plants

Why sex your marijuana plants?

Whether you remove the males from your grow or not depends on whether you want seeds or sensimilla. Sensimilla literally means ‘without seeds’ and is obtained from female plants that have not been pollinated by males. Instead of putting their energy into seed production, these ‘virgin’ plants put all their resources into THC production and produce weed that is more potent and has no seeds.

Of course, you might want seeds to provide for next year’s harvest. If this is the case then you do not need to worry about removing males. Weed with seeds is fine to smoke too.

However, if you are like most people you will want to remove those pesky males as soon as possible. To do this you will need to sex your cannabis plants.

How to Sex Marijuana Plants

Before we start talking about preflowers it is worth mentioning that cannabis plants often exhibit their gender before the appearance of preflowers. Male cannabis plants tend to be taller and leggier than females with sparser foliage. Males also have fewer leaf nodes and are often lighter in color than females. If you have plants that fit these descriptions chances are that they are males.

The 100% sure way of sexing your plants is by the appearance of preflowers. Sexing is often considered to be one of the trickiest parts of growing your own marijuana, like a lot of things however it is easier than you think and will become easier as you gain more experience.

Usually the preflowers will start to show between the fifth and sixth week and appear around the fifth or sixth nodes. Ideally you will need a magnifying glass to get a proper look at them. Female preflowers are small with delicate white hairs protruding. Male preflowers appear as small bumps right on the node. These bumps are the beginning of the male pollen sac.


If you have positively identified male plants at your site and you want to produce seedless weed, remove them immediately.

Common Problems

Growing marijuana outdoors means that your plants are open to all the pests and problems associated with outdoor growth. A lot of problems are specific to your locality but there are two major problems that affect marijuana growers everywhere.

Bud Rot


Bud rot, AKA grey mold, is properly known as Botrytis cinerea and is a fast spreading necrotic fungis that can destroy a whole cannabis garden in just a matter of days. Most commonly bud rot affects plants during the flowering phase when kolas get big and fat and damp. The first sign is often when a small leaf sticking out from the kola begins to wither and die. A small, localized clump of mold will quickly appear at this site and this can very quickly infect the whole plant. Left untreated bud rot will turn all your flowers to slime.

The best way to treat bud rot is prevention. Try to ensure that your growing area is well ventilated with good air circulation. Some people like to spray their plants with an organic fungicide as a matter of course, whereas other seek to avoid this. If you do spray, only do so before the flowers have began to form. Smoking fungicide is dangerous and to be avoided at all costs.

If you find bud rot on one of your plants you need to act immediately. Carefully remove the affected section of bud from at least an inch below the mold with a pair of sterilized scissors. Be very gentle with it, shaking it about will spread the millions of spores to other parts of the plant.

Place the infected material in a plastic bag and remove it from the site completely. You will now need to check your plants daily, looking carefully for further signs of mold. Try bending the kolas so that you can see the stem underneath. This is where the bud rot starts. If you see any signs of mold remove the affected part of the plant immediately.

Because bud rot tends to affect plants during the later part of the flowering period it is sometimes worth cropping the plant early to avoid further contamination. If you only have a week or so to go before your planned harvest date you might want to consider this.

Spider mites


The other universal problem associated with growing weed outdoors is spider mites. These tiny arachnids generally live on the underside of leaves and puncture the leaf cells to feed. They can cause a great deal of damage and an infestation can quickly get out of hand.

Small brown and yellow dots and a scorched look to leaves is the first sign that you may have a spider mite infestation. If this is the case, place a piece of white paper underneath the leaf and tap the leaf gently. Are there small, slow moving specks on it? If so, chances are you have spider mites.

Spider mites have many natural predators so there is no need to worry too much at first. However, if the problem appears to be getting worse you will need to act.

Spider mite infestations on cannabis plants are fairly easy to control with insecticides. You can choose whichever you prefer although most cannabis growers favor the organic ones. There are also lots of recipes for homemade sprays which can help. You can try spraying with a diluted detergent mix at around five tablespoons of detergent per gallon of water. Be sure to spray the undersides of the leaves as well as the tops.

Nutrient deficiency

There are also a number of nutrient deficiency problems which are less common to outdoor marijuana cultivation, but worth mentioning nonetheless. This table will help you to identify major nutrient deficiency problems and how to cure them.




Larger leaves turning yellow – smaller leaves still green.Nitrogen deficiencyAdd nitrogen rich fertilizer.
Older leaves will curl at edges, turn dark, possibly with a purple cast.Phosphorous deficiencyAdd commercial phosphate.
Mature leaves develop a yellowish cast to least venial areas.Magnesium deficiencyAdd commercial fertilizer with a magnesium content.
Mature leaves turn yellow and then become spotted with edge areas turning dark gray.Potassium deficiency –Add potassium rich fertilizer..
Cracked stems, no healthy support tissue.Boron deficiencyAdd any plant food containing boron.
Small wrinkled leaves with yellowish vein systems.Zinc deficiencyAdd commercial plant food containing zinc.
Young leaves become deformed, possibly yellowing.Molybdenum deficiencyUse any plant food that contains molybdenum.


When to Harvest

As you approach the end of your grow and summer turns to fall you will start thinking about harvesting and sampling your handiwork. Don’t get impatient now and spoil it all. Exactly when to harvest your cannabis plants is a subject on which a lot of different people have a lot of different opinions. With some experience and careful observation it is possible to choose the best harvest time to suit your own personal preferences and whether you like an upbeat smoke or a sitting down smoke. Read this article on [the best time to harvest].

It may be that you don’t have the luxury of daily visits to ascertain the exact best moment for you to harvest. If your access to the site is limited you may just have to take them when you can. If the flowers are sticky and swollen and shine with resin and the opportunity for future site visits is in question, then take them. What could go wrong?


How to harvest

This is just about the easiest and most enjoyable part of the whole process. Having decided that it is now time to harvest your weed, simply cut each plant off at its base with a sharp knife. If you have to transport the plant to your house, turn it upside down and place it in a bag until you get home.

Drying and curing

To dry your hard earned cannabis you will need a dark space with good air circulation. Cut off each branch. Trim off all of the fan leaves and the smaller leaves quite close to the buds. Hang the branches upside down, ensuring good air circulation all round.

Cannabis will take around a week to dry out properly, depending on the air circulation in your drying area. Some heavy kolas may take longer. Don’t be impatient and smoke your weed when it is still too wet. That harsh, chlorophyll taste doesn’t do justice to the time and effort that you have put into your grow.

Once you are happy that your weed is dry, place it in glass jars to cure. You should remove the lid from the jar for around twenty minutes per day for a further week, making sure that your weed is not too cramped in the jar. This final process will cure the weed; improving flavor and making sure there is no danger of mold spoiling your bud.

Read more about Guerilla Grow Guide.

For more information about growing marijuana outdoors, check out these pages:

Site selection and preparation – This is the real key to growing outdoors. Getting the right light, soil and access to important water is crucial and if you are doing a guerilla grow then security is paramount.

Seed germination – For an outdoor grow it is best to think ahead and get the seeds germinating indoors so that you have strong seedlings ready for the first good frost free night of Spring.

Seedling and vegetative grow outdoors – Getting you marijuana off to a good start will keep hem healthy and strong right through to harvest.

Marijuana sexing – When you are growing outdoors and using regular seeds you need to get rid of those pesky males plants as early as you can, here we have a guide on how to do that.

Crucial outdoor visits – This is more if you are growing away from home, you will have some crucial visits to be planned.

Harvesting marijuana outdoors – This is the end game, the result of all that hard work. Get it right and you will have achieved what many think is the most satisfying smoke out there, organic, sunshine filled marijuana grown by nature herself.

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106 thoughts on “How to Grow Marijuana Outdoors

  1. Jerry56 says:

    I would like to grow a light strength weed for medicial purposes. I live in Northern Alberta. What seeds would you recommend and where would be the best place to purchase??

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  2. revid says:

    been feeding my plants 20-20-20 all summer .I was told I need to switch my feed to something to boost bud ,so will 10-52-10 be good? If not what can I use?

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  3. Don says:

    I’m not really sure how to tell if it’s male or female.
    This is my first time growing and i planted a batch about 6 weeks ago.
    I assumed one plant was male because of the big roundness
    but not sure if it’s too early to tell.
    Being that the rest of the plants haven’t sprouted anything … can i upload a picture of my bud for assistance?
    And is it best to just completely pull the male plant out?

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    • Buddy Buddy says:

      HI Don. Try joining the forum. You can upload pictures there and other growers will be able to help you more easily. It really is a great place for help and advice as well as a great community.

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  4. Bugz says:

    Gonna be growing outdoors as a first time ever growing. I know fuck all of what im doing apart from what i’ve read up there ^ (thanks for that, really appreciate the detailed advice )
    Im going to be using plant pots and growing in my back garden, should i create a netted frame to avoid insects eating away at my plants? Like four sticks on each corner and a material with tiny holes like what scaffolders use for example….. …???
    They are going to be in the 28 degrees sun for a good 12 hours a day and then stay outside for the cool night.. Is this okay?
    Any advise / constructive critisism would be appreciated!

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    • Zack says:

      hey, if your plant is healthy enough, which it should be if you’re fertilizing with really rich, living compost, it will repel pests like mites on it’s own.

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  5. Alex says:

    Marijuana is about to be legalized in Oregon here in July and I have been saving seeds for awhile waiting to plant them legally. BUT, my mom isn’t okay with marijuana. Is there any way to be “stealthy” when it comes to the drying and curing process so i could still grow some? I have a good location to grow, I am just unsure where i could put them to dry and cure.

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    • q says:

      Hey man, I wouldn’t be growing if your mom isn’t cool with it. Respect the house, she pays the bills I’m assuming, not you. If you want to grow get your own place, or come grow at mine.

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    • Michael says:

      I have the same problem

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  6. lisalyn says:

    I an am first-time grower. I planted three seeds about two weeks ago. I. Think I have some saplings. I hope so. I am growing them in a planter. It’s on my patio and gets Sun all day long. I don’t have nosy neighbors and I do have my med card which allows me to have plants. Any and all advice would be much welcomed and appreciated! ???…should I b feeding it like I would if I were growing a tomato? Like with miracle grow acid formula?

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  7. Jack says:

    I have four lovely ladies coming along nicely under 6500K fluorescents. Unfortunately they cannot come to my house and go outdoors to play in the garden until July 1–and now you know which state I live in.

    These babies will be about four feet tall by Liberation Day (three Indicas and one Sativa). They are currently under 18 hours of light per day. While they would miss a month of growth if I harvested them 9 or 10 weeks after they go outdoors, my medical-grower friend who is keeping them for me until I can LEGALLY own them–Yaaaayyy!–says that shocking them into bloom the day we put them out would make them finish in mid-September, rather than mid October. In this climate, where Fall rains can ruin your crop, that would be good.

    So my question is: If I ask friend Country Cowfreak to turn up the lights to 24 hours a day for the last two weeks indoors, and then we put them out into 15-1/2 hours of light a day, should that bloom-shock them better than going from 18 hours to 15.5?

    When I was a smartmouthed kid we used to turn “muchísimas gracias” into “much grass, man.” I can’t think of a better thing to wish a smoker, so, much grass for the help.

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  8. NIcklikesD0pe says:

    The Admin really wants people to look at that damn forum lol.

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    • Buddy Buddy says:

      A lot of people ask questions in these comments Nick. We direct them to the forum as that’s the best place to ask them.

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  9. tino says:

    This is all very confusing. Also i think the bud looks kinda cool but scary. I planted 7 seeds last tuesday and forgot about them 2 sprouted, the soil was kindof wet i watered them and took them in and put them under a lamp. I had transplanted them in a better pot , ones in a coffee cup, did i mess anything up. Theyre bery young

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  10. Alan says:

    Hi everyone! I live right above the MA border in New Hampshire. Question…I am afraid of ordering seeds from a foreign country (Holland), I am not afraid of getting ripped off , but having the DEA catch it a the border (if that makes sense). Anybody have any ideas or suggestions? I have 7 acres of land and would love to parcel a small portion to grow a few plants each year. Thanks!

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