Taking young plants from inside to outside

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Just set outside for a couple hours every day until they get used to being outside.

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Just be careful with cool temps and gusty winds in the beginning.
You want to harden them off slowly over a week or two.

Get some neem oil and prepare to spray every other week until flower. It’ll keep the pests at bay.

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All mine started indoors. I would put outside during the day and in at night under the light until ready to go outside full-time.

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Im no expert what so ever, but they’re right. Gradually is the way to go! Too long and it could hurt them.

I live at the end of a small town so our back yard looks out onto a field do you know what to do to keep deer and rabbits away?

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