No not really....you need an adequate light cycle
Ok so say you live in a climate where it does not get cold until around mid december. Can you still grow outside even though the light will change?
I dont really care about yield or size i just like to grow because its growing.
yes you can but it will start to flower as soon as they come up.
i grew lowryder in winter in a greenhouse and got about an ounce off of 3 little plants
no go for it man. im doing the same exact thing in california. if done right, we can get some nice 1-2 ft plants that will most likely turn a nice purple color from cold temps and get anywhere from 1/4-1/2 oz. good luck!
We grow plants all the time in Hawaii with less then 12 hours day light. It's our short season they mature at about a foot then will flower. Feed heavy nitrogen, it tends to force them to veg. A extra week or so. There like 90 wonders. Good luck you will love your little guys.
sounds reasonably possible. it did get cold for my summer grow that i harvested in october here in virginia and im gonna try to grow again because its not yet below 50. only at night tho. youll just get a small amount of bud. itll still be bomb depending on the nutes and how shes grown with care.
Fuck it. We Were Born To Live to Die. Live it Up. Why Worry. Peace, Love, and Happiness is all we need to get by.
Intresting thread. Im building a green house and will veg indoors till about a foot or 2 then place in green house for winter crop. Will see how the cali winter treats me!!!
im doing the same with some blue mystic.
there turning purple