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Need help, when Can I transplant seeds outside.

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by outdoor2018, Feb 7, 2018.

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    outdoor2018

    outdoor2018 New Member

    im going to start seeds for my outdoor grow in the next 1-2 weeks, I plan to start them inside under 18/6.

    My question/concern is them flowering as soon as I put them outside,
    What steps Can I take to ensure they continue vegging outside?
    I’ve read I could alowly decrease ( 15 min every 2 days) the light, but is that neccasarry?

    I was going to set the light schedule to on at 6am ( when the sun rises).

    Sorry for the rant but also read that seeds rarely flower early so maybe I won’t even have a problem?
     
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    outdoor2018

    outdoor2018 New Member

    In southern California if that helps
     
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    GreenLogician

    GreenLogician Well-Known Member

    What length of day will they be going out into? Maybe about 14 hours from sunrise to sunset?
     
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    tehdansauce

    tehdansauce Well-Known Member

    It’s latitude dependent mostly, next would be strain. I’m at 43• and I put them out late May with good weather. Have to ask a local likely around the same time, maybe a bit later.
     
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    rockethoe

    rockethoe Member

    Ill be putting mine out as soon as it breaks 12/12 and the frost is gone.
     
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    blake9999

    blake9999 Well-Known Member

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    Lawrence401

    Lawrence401 New Member

    In indica strain you will have to worry more about than if its mostly saliva. I wouldn't start till middle of march. Your looking at least middle of April first of may before the days are long enough.enoug to move outside.
     
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    smokin away

    smokin away Well-Known Member

    If you want to know when to put them outside it's matter of planning vs. hit or miss to get the perfect time. I have gotten better results moving them outside during veg but before flower stage. Always do this on a cloudy even rainy day. After that it's a matter of length of day and how much sun. Summer begins about June 20. After that days get shorter but veg well for at least a month after. Buds are bigger during waning days of summer but still grow other times. Spring plants do veg longer and get bigger but the season gives best results.
     
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    Rob Roy

    Rob Roy Well-Known Member

    You may want to consider gradually acclimating plants to the outside if they have never "seen" the sun. They can sunburn.
    Good luck.
     
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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

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