About Catch Me Outside


Outdoor cannabis cultivation has been practiced for thousands of years. In other words, way before October 2018 (Wink Wink). Why not go back to the basics? Catch me Outside is proud to assert its method of outdoor culture. The mission of CMO is to demystify and prove that the Outdoor can also offer a product of great quality. Our goal is to provide cannabis smokers with a product that meets their preferences and expectations, while also giving outdoor producers an opportunity to showcase their products.


First of all, both indoor and outdoor grown cannabis can produce high-quality cannabis. It’s more about the specific growing conditions and methods used, rather than the location of cultivation. Another important factor is the specification of the genetics.

Back to business! Here are some advantages of outside growth cannabis:

Natural light: Outdoor growth allows the plants to receive natural sunlight, which can result in stronger, healthier plants.

Terpenes: Due to the plant’s exposure to natural environment, Outdoor growth can lead to
the production of more diverse and unique terpene profiles.

Pest control: Outdoor plants are more resistant to pests and diseases than indoor plants because they are exposed to natural predators and the elements.

Genetics: Cannabis plants grown outdoors can have vastly different traits compared to those
grown indoors, as the plant is highly susceptible to environmental factors like soil and climate. This leads to divergences in the plant’s form and growth patterns, which can yield unexpected and intriguing outcomes.


The impact on the environment and pollution of outdoor and indoor cannabis growth can vary
depending on the specific growing methods and practices used.

Outdoor cannabis cultivation can have a lower environmental impact than indoor cultivation,
as it utilizes natural sunlight and does not require energy-intensive lighting and climate control systems. Outdoor uses no more fertilizer than other horticultural production and has controlled and targeted irrigation. It’s a revisit to the origin, similar to wine, utilizing the local conditions and environment to its advantage