Outdoor growing involves cultivating cannabis in open spaces, harnessing natural sunlight, fresh air, and the elements. Traditional outdoor growing boasts several benefits, including full-spectrum sunlight, larger plant sizes, and cost savings, resulting in flavorful, robust, cannabinoid-rich plants. However, its success depends on the local climate, which can vary widely.
Growers must adeptly adapt to specific factors like temperature, humidity, and photoperiods while potentially facing challenges like pests and theft.
Additionally, compliance with local laws and regulations is crucial, as jurisdictions may impose restrictions on outdoor cultivation.