Auto Blue Mystic Outdoor?

Discussion in 'Newbie Central' started by BeToken, Mar 26, 2013.

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    BeToken

    BeToken Member

    I had bought Auto Blue Mystic for the intent on growing 1 or 2 plants at a time for indoor/inside a pc case, but now I have to grow outdoor. SO As i very well understand that the cycle from start to finish it 60-65-75 days to harvest for indoors. Now since Im having to grow outside (I already have 4 that are 5 days old and under cfl's on 18/6 lighting schedule) I hope to be able to keep them indoors as long as I can, maybe when it flips to flowering, then I'll have to take them out doors. I was wonding if this will hurt my girls to switch them to outside and also will this cause the grow time longer than 8-11 weeks?
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    JohnBaked

    JohnBaked Active Member

    You need to put them in a shaded area at first then plant them in the ground at full sun a week or so later. Or put them an hour or two in full sun a day increasing over a week then plant.
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    WashingtonState

    WashingtonState New Member

    Give them as much light as possible before they go outside.

    Yield will dramatically decrease when they are put outside. So give them 20/4 inside intill you need to put them outdoors...


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    JohnBaked

    JohnBaked Active Member

    How would the yield decrease outside no lamp matches sol. People pull lbs off outdoor plants instead of oz. Just make sure your days match up or it can stress them a lil as well..
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    dubba86

    dubba86 Active Member

    I grew blue mystic indoors, very frosty.
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    BeToken

    BeToken Member

    Since it is an Auto strain for indoors, will it have any problems outdoor and as in will it still atuoflower after 8-11weeks?
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    JohnBaked

    JohnBaked Active Member

    They autoflower despite light conditions so yep. Should get more yield just make sure you either prepare the soil well, or use a big pot. By prepare I mean amend or replace the soil for about 2 cu/ft around where you are planting, you can do half compost half natural soil if your soil isn't too bad, or just dig a hole and dump in some good soil. For flowering you can add bone meal or just stick with chem fertilizers. You fertilize less often outdoors in the ground though.
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    WashingtonState

    WashingtonState New Member

    Not off of a autoflower. The reason why we get huge yields inside is because we give lots of light. The OP does not live at the North or South pole so it'd be impossible to give it 20/4 or 24/0
    (which is ideal for autos) and putting it in the ground won't make a difference. Put it in a 3Gal bucket and that more then enough till harvest.

    People forget that autos run on their time, not ours. If you put it outside whereas there is 8-12 hours of light that's potential loss in yield from the extra 8-12 hours it could be getting inside

    Put it in the ground or a big 20gal pot will not magically make the auto grow bigger and faster. It's going to have slow growth outside. And since we transplant seedlings and such and don't transplant autos we plant them in there finish pot. Not outside in the ground!
    Give a small plant alot of room to grow, and it will grow very small and yield will be nothing.


    Johnbaked- Were you Born in a Barn?

    Those lb plants people grow outside, what they don't tell you(which they told me) is that they veg for 5-7 MONTHS INSIDE! And once it comes in season they throw them outside. I've seen this done, I've helped people do this. You cannot plant a seed and come back 8 weeks later to a pound. Impossible

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