Late in the season?

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by whattupdude420, Jul 28, 2012.

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    whattupdude420

    whattupdude420 Member

    Okay, so i consider myself "intermediate" skill when it comes to growing. I've grown indoors, first time a hermy, that was a failure. Next i grew almost a banzia marijuana plant, mini sized to fit my growing space. My dad ended up finding that one lol so that ended my growing for awhile. It summer time in Ohio, and i was wondering if i could do an outdoor grow in late july early august. Would this give me enough time to grow? i'm not growing 300 plants just a couple for my own devious purposes.
    :leaf: :-P :leaf:

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    greenlikemoney

    greenlikemoney Well-Known Member

    Probably not, you should have had plants out in June. You might could give it a shot but a 90 day window puts you at Halloween, and you could definitely have a frost by then. I don't think it's a good plan, but what do you have to lose by not giving it a shot?
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    dankness19

    dankness19 Active Member

    You have as much time as you need but during that season it prob might be in flowering from seed yea and no
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    whattupdude420

    whattupdude420 Member

    Hey i'm gonna give it a shot. If it works, well shit that would be awesome. If it doesn't, well all i got was experience and next season will be even better. Thanks!
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    greenlikemoney

    greenlikemoney Well-Known Member

    Help is what we do here.
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    whattupdude420

    whattupdude420 Member

    from what i can see, if i have my plants in the ground by july 31st, i would have 15 weeks by october 31st, but i run the chance of a frost. I know the plants wouldn't be up to their full potential, and would definitely be ready for harvest before then due to the sunlight change. what do you guys think?

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