This plant can be grown inside as well as outside. It can grow a grand total of 4 feet at its apex, which puts it in the realm of being of average height, so indoor growers won’t need to be concerned when it comes to having enough ceiling room with growing the ACDC strain.
One thing cultivators will have a problem with, however, is the overall difficulty level trying to get this strain to grow in the first place. Sort of like tomato plants, the ACDC plant needs something akin to a trellis or some other alternative platform system so that it can grow in a proper manner while cultivating a firm, tough branch/stalk structure.
Something called the Sea of Green methodology can be utilized best for the ACDC strain. This is basically when you utilize a very small area of space with thick swaths of small breeds of marijuana plants, creating a literal sea of green. This both increases the efficiency of whatever lighting scheme you have as well as makes the best use of whatever limited space you might be encountering in the growing process of this variety.
It should be noted that the ACDC plants don’t deal well with illnesses, and can wither away to nothing fast unless one is steadfast in their cultivation process. Additional amounts of magnesium/calcium are highly recommended for this strain. Love this strain with intent, and they’ll love you back with a healthy harvest!
Despite them being able to grow in both inside and outside areas, the ACDC strain absolutely thrives inside far better. It’s simply much easier to take care of these plants if they’re in a controlled environment as opposed to the sometimes chaotic whims of the weather outside. Because of this, indoor crop yields can give you up to 16oz per plant, whereas outside harvests generally provide up to 14oz per square meter. Whether you choose an indoor or outdoor crop, they both take around 9 to 10 weeks to flower regardless of the location.