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    Quote Originally Posted by cogangeezer View Post
    When the bud realy starts to show then yes , but i would consider cutting fair sized holes maybee letterbox size a few on each side for air flow aswell . The vegging stage is the easy bit realy the more tricky bit is keeping bud rot at bay in the final stages . With one plant in there it should be ok , and if the weathers nice , even just cloudy leave it out , feed every other water and you should be good to go .....
    Doesn't creating sized holes also allow pests to enter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naz007 View Post
    Doesn't creating sized holes also allow pests to enter?
    If its been , or is outside , then thats how nature is .... Ive never had much problem outdoor with pests to be honest , slugs pellets is about all i use as a deterent and thats more in the veg stage , but my garden is in an urban enviroment tho , no bigger pests .

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    Quote Originally Posted by cogangeezer View Post
    If its been , or is outside , then thats how nature is .... Ive never had much problem outdoor with pests to be honest , slugs pellets is about all i use as a deterent and thats more in the veg stage , but my garden is in an urban enviroment tho , no bigger pests .
    ok, that makes sense. I've had a close look around the plant and don't see anything noticeable pests, overall the plant looks healthy.

    Where exactly should I cut the letter sized holes on the mini greenhouse? left and right hand side at the top of bottom area?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naz007 View Post
    ok, that makes sense. I've had a close look around the plant and don't see anything noticeable pests, overall the plant looks healthy.

    Where exactly should I cut the letter sized holes on the mini greenhouse? left and right hand side at the top of bottom area?
    I would do it evenly spaces down both sides high to low , the more airflow the better , even some in the door maybee aswell ... This years late forcast is looking realy good , which will increase bud production and keep off the risk of mold , so hopefully you wont need it much if atall ...... Fingers crossed

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