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Outdoor Kalashnikova and white widow. Did I screw up?

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In my enthusiasm to get a new season started, I got some Green House Kalashnikova and White Widow (from KingCropSeeds).

 

Here is my challenge: I live at around 46 degrees latitude, and the growing season is not that long... so my ladies may not have the time to fully mature (8 weeks flowering time for Kalashnikova). In addition, my ''spot'' is near a very humid area, so I wonder if that would also be a problem for these two genetics. Should I select a drier place?

 

Thanks for your help and input!

 

Cheers!

 

-BigG

 

P.S. Come to think of it, I saw a successful Kalashnikova outdoor grow in Poland, at around 50 degrees latitude.

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Have you considered autoflowers

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I don't like the small(er) yield of autos. So I didn't go with that.

 

Thanks Gaz!

 

I'll be away for a week, so I won't be replying in the next few days.

 

Cheers!

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