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Is there enough light in the woods?

Panther420

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I got a great spot picked out for next years first time grow in the couple of acers I have that are wooded. The only thing is. Is that. It's wooded. The very thing giving me such great cover is preventing direct sunlight. Very little direct sunlight if that. I need to know if I would be wasting my time putting some plants out in the spring. I can give the plants everything els they need, but the trees are preventing direct sunlight. Don't get me wrong, it's not friggin dark in there. Just very shadey. Any comments are welcome thanks.
 

StonerGrower

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Remember this...All outdoor plants get some sort of residual light throughout the day, unless they are grown in a field. So it shouldnt hurt much, just as long as you can find a patch that gets direct sunlight for a couple hours a day.
 
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