Outdoor growfor the most possible sun

This is my first time grow. I live in a state that allows recreational grows. My problem is the area I will be growing in does not get a lot of direct sun. If I plant in containers is it OK to move the plants to keep them in the sun? I will probably need to move them 3 or 4 or even 5 time a day to get them the most sun possible. The plants are white widow auto fem. Thanks for your help.

If you have the time to move them around that works. Five hours of sun light will be okay but will likely limit the potential of the plant. I keep my plants in a situation where they have shade for the first several hours of the day and shade for the last two hours in the evening. My plants seem to thrive in that condition. I think it’s more about giving the roots plenty of space to spread out.

This is my White Widow auto from last season.

I used supersoil for nutrients with that grow.


Thank you for your comment. I am retired and will have the time.

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