Growing marijuana in the rainforest


#1

Hello,

I am attempting to produce some highly-resinous marijuana plants at the rainforest’s edge. The rain seems to limit the production of resin. What are my options?

CK


#2

Hi CK,

The primary reason that THC levels are lower in the rainforest is that the UV light the marijuana plants receive is limited. Try to ensure that the plants receive unobstructed light in the middle of the day when the UV levels are at their peak. You might also find that rain is knocking the glands off of the marijuana plant. If it’s possible to cover the plants during rainstorms, the glands will be able to produce more.

Robert