Originally Posted by SelectaZooly
Yeah, they’re straight in the ground, less vulnerable to drought. They grow huge though. I had to cut them back a few times.
A fan could help drying the climate but then I need to get electricity there. I rather keep it simpler by maybe removing a few glasses and selecting earlier strains. I’m at 51 degrees North so they need to be ready the first week of october at the latest.
Yea yea mang, I'm at 61N so I know that feeling
Been rocking the earlier Esben/HFH strains for years with varying success. A rainy summer coupled with a rainy fall and early winter and everything is ruined. But sometimes it's worth the trouble.
Really can't do much about the humidity if it goes thru the roof.
Try the 'Wild' strains if you can get a hold of em. (HFH)
Also you can get nice head start if you veg your little ones for a week or two indoors, then take em out (or to your greenhouse) when weather permits.