If you are lucky enough to live in a region where growing marijuana outdoors is possible…well, first of all you really should be counting your lucky stars! As far as the world’s leading connoisseurs are concerned, absolutely any grower with even the slightest possibility of taking their efforts outdoors should do exactly that.
However, to grow outdoors is to put yourself at the mercy of the seasons to one extent or the other, means much less control when it comes to things like flowering, harvesting and so on. The simple fact of the matter is that regardless of how incredibly successful your growing exploits may be, it doesn’t mean you cannot still completely and totally wreck your efforts if you get it wrong when it comes to harvesting.
If you make a complete mess of the harvesting element of the process having failed to do insufficient research, you really only have yourself to blame. Technically speaking, harvesting is the most critical element of the entire process when it comes to pinpoint accuracy – this doesn’t necessarily mean it has to be difficult, though. Simply do your homework, know what to expect and ensure that every move you make is well informed and educated.