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outdoor ground would be preferable

if not th biggest pots possible imho

ofc depending of time of seasona nd how big plants will grow beofre they trigger to flower

me id go no smaller than a 30 ltr pot outdoors

other more experienced outdoor growers will chime in

been a while since i have done a plant outdoors

and for outdoors was lucky enuff to be the back yard

all the ebst


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I agree with bill in the ground is the best ! But if u want the ability to be able to move your plants around and use pots have a look at jutebags from bunnings I use em , there good quality heavy hessian bags with handles and drainage holes. They come in all different sizes and I use the 30, and 50 ltr ones think last lot I bought they were $2 bucks each pretty sure they were on special cause I bought 20 of em!!! .

In my opinon ,The best thing for me about growing in pots is u can control the growing medium .


Hope that helps

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thanks all very helpful replies the ground around here is to rocky an heavy you water it and its saturated for days to much work n noise . I haven't thought of growbags will be now thanks for the tip DRSD do I cut holes in the bag for drainage or does it soak out.? a question a bit off topic im setting. up a small cline chamber would this light help? thank you for your time:: Information

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