How to Mask the Smell of an Outdoor Grow

How do you mask the smell of outdoor grow

There are a variety of techniques to help mask the smell of cannabis grown outdoors, and it all depends on where you grow. If you’re growing on the bottom floor of a block building, for example, the hot cannabis air will likely drift into your neighbours’ windows. For indoor growers, you can purchase an ozone generator or carbon filter to filter out the smell of cannabis.


Marjoram can mask the smell of outdoor grows by being cut back by one-third when flower buds are formed. Its leaves can also be dried and used as a seasoning. To prolong the seasoning of marjoram, it can be sown in the fall and overwintered indoors. However, it cannot survive frost. In such cases, it is advisable to grow it as an annual indoors, where it can be grown in a sunny window or under fluorescent lighting.

Marjoram is an herb with a strong scent, similar to oregano, with a hint of balsam. It can be used fresh or dried, and it can be added to meats, marinades, dressings, and potato dishes. It can also be used as a culinary herb and a companion plant for other herbs. Its leaves and stems can also be dried and stored in airtight containers.

Marjoram is a fragrant plant that is very easy to grow. Its mint-like aroma is similar to oregano, but it is sweeter. It is also very versatile and can be grown outdoors and indoors, but is best grown in a sunny window. It is easy to grow and can be a good addition to any herb garden.

Air filters

Air filters can help mask the smell of an outdoor grow. But they can’t really replace carbon filters, and they won’t do much to improve air quality in your grow room. They’re more effective for treating mold, though. They also cost a lot more. The best option is to find a high-end HEPA filter, which will catch more terpenes.

These are great options if you’re trying to keep the smell of your outdoor grow room out of your home. They remove odors while allowing you to grow plants without worrying about neighbor annoyance. You can also use odor neutralizer gels that mist scented air to mask the smell.

However, you must respect your neighbors if you want to grow cannabis outdoors. While some people don’t mind the smell of a female plant in flower, others are less tolerant. If you live in a complex, it’s best to keep your grow on the low side so as not to disturb your neighbors.

Odour neutralisers

If you’re planning to grow marijuana outdoors, you should consider using an odour neutraliser. While odor neutralisers are effective at masking weed smells, they’re ineffective for large-scale grows. In addition, they’re not suitable for tent-based grows, which tend to be hot and humid environments. A good alternative is a carbon filter, which contains activated carbon to purify the air while absorbing unwanted smells.

The disadvantages of odour neutralisers are their short-term effectiveness, which means they need to be replaced frequently. However, there are now environmentally-friendly odour neutralisers available. Besides removing odours, these devices also remove impurities from the air. Ozone generators, on the other hand, are primarily used in large grow spaces, but they’ve recently been introduced to the cannabis gardening world as an alternative to odour neutralisers. These devices claim to eliminate impurities, odor, and pathogen bacteria in the air.

Odour neutralizers are a cheap solution for controlling garden odors. They work by covering up a smell by combining with the chemical compounds found in cannabis. But be sure not to use odor neutralisers inside flowering plants, because they can alter the taste and smell of the buds.

Companion plants

There are many different types of companion plants that are beneficial for outdoor gardens. Each one offers different environmental benefits, from reducing the smell of the environment to providing shade and soil structure. Many companion plants also add beneficial nutrients to the soil. Onions are a good example of a companion plant because they release a specific smell that deters insects, preventing unwanted pest infestation.

Another common companion plant is Southernwood, which can grow up to five feet tall and two feet across. When touched, its leaves release a powerful lemon scent. While it’s not a good plant for the smell of marijuana, it’s a good choice for gardens because it helps to mask the smell of other plants.

Companion plants are beneficial for cannabis growers for many reasons. They improve the health of your cannabis plants and can help combat pests. Additionally, they help improve the soil, which invites beneficial microorganisms. The result is a healthier cannabis plant and a less-odorous grow area.