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Old 05-13-2019, 04:47 AM #1
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Growing outdoor in Hawaii

Hey ICMAG friends!

Iím planning to move to Hawaii in the next year or two and I wanted to know of any tips you might share. Pest, diseases, issues, whatever youíve encountered while growing on the Islands would be helpful. Thanks everyone!
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Sativas will do well there.
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Sativas will do well there.
Thatís good news to me
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Pure Indicas may get moldy there with the humidity.

It's jungle country, so grow some Sativa trees.
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Hawaii is a diverse place. Windward, leeward, mauka, makai, each is a different microclimate, not to mention what island are you gonna call home?



Depending on where you finally land is when to ask the questions. What will work out in the scrubland of Kanio may not work the same in the rainforest of Nahiku.



Either way, it's a really easy place to grow really good weed. But it's an expensive place to call home. The time where you can move to Hawaii, grow weed and build a little empire are long gone, gone with the sugarcane fields. Good Luck.
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To move to another part of the country sounds exciting. Most of us have family and friends that we don't want to leave. I have looked at states really counties that are easy to build on. One person said Hawaii has places that are mostly free of building permits. That is my kind of place if I ever move.
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Hawaii is a diverse place. Windward, leeward, mauka, makai, each is a different microclimate, not to mention what island are you gonna call home?



Depending on where you finally land is when to ask the questions. What will work out in the scrubland of Kanio may not work the same in the rainforest of Nahiku.



Either way, it's a really easy place to grow really good weed. But it's an expensive place to call home. The time where you can move to Hawaii, grow weed and build a little empire are long gone, gone with the sugarcane fields. Good Luck.
Thank you for the Insight! Iím looking at Kihei or Makawao in Maui - Hilo or Captain Cook on the Big Island. I know that each one of those four spots will have different climates. I assume humidity is a major issue throughout all microclimates? Iím not looking to come and start an Ganja business, just want to grow heady head-stash under rainbows Cost of living is comparable to where I live currently in California, and I wonít have to blast my heater for half the year
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Pure Indicas may get moldy there with the humidity.

It's jungle country, so grow some Sativa trees.
Iíd really like to grow some South East Asian varieties there. Sativa trees Fersure!
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To move to another part of the country sounds exciting. Most of us have family and friends that we don't want to leave. I have looked at states really counties that are easy to build on. One person said Hawaii has places that are mostly free of building permits. That is my kind of place if I ever move.
Iím hoping that those friends and family will visit, knowing they donít need to pay for a place to stay while they visit Iíve heard that too, about the building permits being fairly permissible in the Jungle areas. I fell in love with the islands and it feels like home.
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Luang Prabang Lao Sativa

gypsy still has packs of these........

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I know 'green' grew the bodhi acapulco gold with fantastic results and rsc highland Thai

I think hes on the hawaiian islands

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