18 plants grow outdoor

Thinking of keeping these growing all together. Of course ill have to weed out the males.

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Healthy looking seedlings , Personally, I would separate them. So they’re not competing for the same space roots and foliage. Good luck.

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Good luck as its going to cause them to get root bound, then die.

If i knew what strain they were id worry about it. Does growing plants that close change their genitic make up?

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No It will not change genetics.

No it won’t. They will compete for the water and nutrients. Survival if the Fittest will win if they don’t kill each other off. I know what root bound is like for a single monster plant. Its not good and is the reason why I will be using 15 gallon fabric bags.

You can keep them together, but they are going to need some room. The folks responding are correct. You’ll need a minimum of a 10x10 or 12x12 area outdoors to flower that many plants. They are going to overgrow and you’ll have problems in that pot. It might look like a wonderful pot of gold for a week, but they will show symptoms of overcrowding and be in poor health within 10-days to 2 weeks.

They look great right now.

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