too late to plant outside?

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by AwesomeDave, Jun 1, 2008.

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    AwesomeDave

    AwesomeDave Well-Known Member

    hey guys,

    quick question. It wouldnt be incredibly stupid of me to plant new stuff outside in mid june would it? Its gonna be outside a good three or four months, which should give it plenty of time to complete a full cycle.. as far as I understand.

    :peace:
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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk POW Staff Member

    you can plant as late as august.
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    Robert520

    Robert520 Well-Known Member

    really depends on the climate where you live , in tx you can grow outdoors from around march or april to decemeber even
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    AwesomeDave

    AwesomeDave Well-Known Member

    not over here...unless u want like 1 oz total :blsmoke:
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    primeralives

    primeralives Well-Known Member

    no it isnt...
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    jondog123

    jondog123 Well-Known Member

    For some reason I am going to have to agree with Primera on this one...

    Yeah I thought I would be getting shipped my seeds sooner than I actually did, so I won't be putting my plants outside till the end of june most likely. They should be about a foot tall though, so I am hoping for a good yield.
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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk POW Staff Member

    i've put clones out in August that finished in Oct that i got 1/4 lb off of. :)
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    AwesomeDave

    AwesomeDave Well-Known Member

    u are a constant inspiration to us all :)
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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk POW Staff Member


    go to the cannabis club the beginning of august.

    take a look at the cuttings.

    see the "martian mean green". say, :"hmmmmm, never tried this one. it is late in the year but i may get an ounce or so. i'll take 4."

    go home and throw them in some 3 gallon pots.

    feed and water well.

    harvest late Oct.

    :mrgreen::blsmoke::peace:

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    it's really that easy. was for me anyways. :weed:bongsmilie
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    jondog123

    jondog123 Well-Known Member

    Damn, I probably would have been happy to get a little over 4 oz's a plant starting at the beginning of July when they are about a foot tall. I will be growing some critical mass too so...
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    MagillaGuerilla

    MagillaGuerilla Active Member

    Oh cool, hope you post some photos of the Critical Mass, I hear thats a great strain to grow, huge yields! Even more than Big Bud.

    Good Luck this year JD.
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    AwesomeDave

    AwesomeDave Well-Known Member

    well we'll see what happens. I'll post some pics.
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    AwesomeDave

    AwesomeDave Well-Known Member

    would u mind informing the rest of us where u got ur critical mass seeds ? Ive been wanting to order some but my supplier doesnt carry it.

    :peace:
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    MagillaGuerilla

    MagillaGuerilla Active Member

    Its a Mr. Nice strain I think.
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    Robby

    Robby Active Member

    I would be careful about just thrusting plants strait outdoors though, because that sun is much more intense than your grow lights. I would ease them in to the sun a few hrs a day at a time to begin with.
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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk POW Staff Member

    i never have. just sayin' :mrgreen::blsmoke:
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    marijuanajoe1982

    marijuanajoe1982 Well-Known Member

    -You are the Master, from what I've seen here... But isn't "hardening" a common method that gardeners of all things sometimes should do? I guess it depends on where you live. I'm in the Pacific NW and I know beople who have had both tomatoes and cannabis that were "shocked" by just putting them straight out.
    -I think the major issue is how much the temperature drops at night where you live... and it may be regional temperature patterns in general that determine wether hardening is neccessary. Also dont forget some varieties are more adaptable to a chilly night than others. a chunky little indica whose genetics hail from high in some remote valley in the Hindu Kush mountain range may not need to be hardened at all, while a willowy, hazy sativa claiming lineage from the Mekong Delta might require a good amount of hardening.
    -Also, you seem to have superhuman powers when it comes to marijuana. Maybe your natural aura joins with the plants and uses psychokenetic energies drawn from you, while sleeping, in order to keep the plants warm all night. I swear there's something not right here, you must be the first cannabis/human hybrid: Homo Cannabisapien Sativa :mrgreen:
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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk POW Staff Member


    i just pretend not to listen to anything. i do what i do and it happens. :mrgreen:
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    NorCalChampion

    NorCalChampion Active Member

    naa its not to late, i can grow almost year round where i live

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