Over a few years of outdoor experience, Ive learned that the bigger the pot the bigger the plant-obvious. But what i really noticed was that every top i had on big plants got infested with mold/catapillers. Big tops are a breeding central for these two major problems. (i dont like to spray)They look great are u going to put them in the ground or larger pots?
So i like to stick with pots for 10-20 gallons in case i need to move them under shelter. Last year there was a couple unexpected rains and i wasn't able to move my 30-45 gallon pots because they were too heavy. During the time close to harvest. I like to move my plants under this little roof where they don't get much condensation at night, which contributes a lot to starting powdery mildew and bud mold.