legal hemp farms and pollination control?

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  1. Dec 2, 2019 #1

    sir-tokes-alot

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    wondering how to keep hemp thats grown by farmers from pollinating my plants? there are a couple farms growing it within a few miles from me.
     
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    you can't
     
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    what i been thanking, and not happy bout it! guess i hafta keep an eye on them and try to not grow when thay are, idk what else can be done!
     
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    You could try misting plants all the time. water will make pollen inactive
     
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    figured this would be a good convo but, guess no body else worried bout it but me...
     
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    I have the same problem here in Illinois. Outdoor growing is just too much of a disappointment here with super high mold levels and hemp farms you just can't win.
    My solution was grow indoors or grow autos early in the season before the mold and hemp pollen get a chance to get to them.
     
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