It's an economic fact: A huge amount of outdoor weed is grown on the west coast. From Southern California to the top of Canada, outdoor weed is grown in vast fields all over these areas. Northern California and Washington being two of the main staples for outdoor growing. Outdoor weed has the potential to reach 12 even 14 feet tall, in the proper climates and growing conditions. This can result in bud yields as big as an adult's forearm
Outdoor weed allows the grower much more yield than growing indoors for the simple fact that the outdoors has more space for the plants to grow. The farmer can also usually plant more plants in the growing area. Outdoor weed growing operations usually contain thousands of plants, and multiple people tend to them. There are many hazards to growing outdoor weed, unexpected weather patterns, deer and other animals, and mites... This is not to even mention the legal ramifications: It takes a lot of effort to maintain outdoor grow operations. Outdoor weed is often times big budded indica, which grows well on the west coast.
Outdoor weed has a very fresh smell and flavor, which tends to seem less chemically-saturated then indoor weed. Heavy earthy tones are expected when smoking outdoor weed; it exudes almost a natural flavor. Outdoor weed tends to not cause headaches, or the stuffy headed feeling sometimes associated with marijuana, or the chemicals it was grown with when indoor.
Not that all outdoor weed is free of chemicals, but on a whole, usually has less then plants grown indoor. A lot of outdoor weed is grown with organic fertilizers and nutrients as to not mar the purity of the weed. Keeping it natural is usually a big part of outdoor growing. The growing seasons for outdoor weed are between March and October. When the cold seasons come if the outdoor weed begins to droop, or discolor, growers know it’s time for harvest.
Once harvested outdoor weed must be cured before it is consumed, the excess water weight must be expunged because the chlorophyll will cause an unpleasant taste, and a terrible headache. Also the weed won't burn if it is too wet. Outdoor weed and indoor weed alike are both cured for around 14 days. Most curing methods involve simply hanging the outdoor weed upside down in room-temperature room with good ventilation. After 2 weeks, the outdoor weed should be more than adequately dry and ready for use as the growers see fit.