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    Summers here can get pretty hot. Sometimes pushing 100+
    . Any ideas on how to keep some humidity around an outdoor grow without drawing super attention? My thoughts were good shade and burying my pots in the ground as deep as possible. Maybe filling their holes with water? Thinkin hot soil would be the way to go. Outdoor virgin =$.

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    JMO but humidity is a bad thing for buds .............I am also of the opinion that the more a plant sweats (stoned can think of the word lol) transpires? lol the more healthy they are just like an athlete or people in to fitness you have to sweat to get rid of poisons and other waste in the body ...well long story short sweating is good for plants as long as it doesnt sweat too much

    and for frost the dryer the better i keep my indoor humidity as low as possible like 25% to 35% and get this
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    Bet. Can't argue with that.

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    I water my plants and surroundin area twice a day,7am and 7pm. Not heavy,but a good shower.It seems to last all day, plants started to grow again after stallin out due to the stretch of 100 degree days

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    Sunshine will be your best thing for growing your outdoor plants. You want to let your plants dry out pretty well before giving them more water. A continuously overwatered plant will definitely be stunted in its growth inside or outside. Get your plant into the sunniest spot you know of and water it regularly and it will reward you. Take care and I hope all is well with you and yours

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