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Sexing outdoors

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

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    waterproof808

    waterproof808 Well-Known Member

    If you can get unobstructed sunlight all day long you should be able to keep them in veg over 14 hrs light, depending on the strain,
    If you aren't planning to do any vegging indoor, I would probably plant in early may and then you'll be at 14+hrs of light at the beginning of June and that should last thru June to Mid-July. Have a back up plan if they start pre-flowering, like adding supplemental lights.
    All about timing it just right.
     
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    SchmoeJoe

    SchmoeJoe Well-Known Member

    I was just going by the usual minimum recommended time for vegging indoors but that's clearly wrong. After checking the solstice where I'm at only has 15.75 hours of light. I usually plant around 4 weeks before that so as long as you have over 14 hours of daylight and the days are still getting longer you should be fine with most strains. Make sure they have as much full sun as possible though. I've put out clones on the same day and had ones that were in partial shade for part of the day start flowering when everything else was vegging just fine.
     
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    Lawrence401

    Lawrence401 New Member

    . I couldn't post a link because I'm not popular enough. Kind of stupid. Either say no link posting at all or let every one post them. Tried to post a time sun link . what kind of stupid crap is this.
     

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