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Preston9mm

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Hey guys i got a question. I hear its bad to throw indoor plants directly outside cause the suns intensity is too high at 1st they need to be weened into the natural light. Now im using a green house wrapped in plastic so theres light diffusion. Should that counteract this issue?
I'd still expose them to the sunlight for a few hours at a time for a week or so. Just to be safe. It'll harden them off a bit so the sun doesn't burn em up or stress em out.

....my .02
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ilikemsticky

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Hey guys i got a question. I hear its bad to throw indoor plants directly outside cause the suns intensity is too high at 1st they need to be weened into the natural light. Now im using a green house wrapped in plastic so theres light diffusion. Should that counteract this issue?
hey bud heres what I do I put them rite in the first of the morning sun for about an hour if its not early morning sun then 10-15 minutes then into the shade then if they can get that low in the sky late afternoon sun move them into that until dark then re peat for two more days then you can put them in your greenhouse for full sun good luck!
 

Dankman_420

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hey bud heres what I do I put them rite in the first of the morning sun for about an hour if its not early morning sun then 10-15 minutes then into the shade then if they can get that low in the sky late afternoon sun move them into that until dark then re peat for two more days then you can put them in your greenhouse for full sun good luck!
Stick what's up :D how's it going
 

corinth

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I always put them in shade for the first few days and gradually allowed them more and more direct sun over 3 days to a week depending on how much of a rush you are in. In a greenhouse I am not sure how well you could manage it though.
Ah ok. I get full sun in there modt of the day till 5 pm i think. I was gonna pull em outta the vege room at night and with all this info im wondering if i can judt make some sort of small shade contraption with cardboard maybe leave it covered modt of the day but maybe few hrs a day of some sun? Even with the cardboard im sure itd get shit tons of indirect light. These plants are mature as of like 3+ months im guessin. I was thinking of transplanting em in 7 and 10 gallon pots for out there. Even mature plants suffer ? My buddy tells me that natural sunlight is that powerful?
 

corinth

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Morning bro. Hey post up some pics of the greenhouse if you get chance
Ye the bigger frames prolly going up in next couple weeks. No power out there but i do have my grow rooms bout 50 ft away could run some conduit eventually maybe for fans etc? The small 1 is a 8x8 i believe.
 

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corinth

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These 6 im about to transplant into bigger pots . There in 3 gals now going to 7 n 10 gallon pots of promix. 6 differ strains all moms. Making room for the new round of clone strains. Got ak 47 - gg4 - pineapple express - platnum yeti - headband - and 1 mystery clone . Plan on transplant maybe wait few days to adjust then into the green house. Im wondering if i can use a grey tarp for shading?
 

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corinth

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Ya. Sometimes these different strains seem to outgrow those 3 gallons pretty quick. Just got 20 3 gallon fab pots figure if i can get the clones into those for a few weeks i can get em to flower pretty small but more healthy. Figure if i make enoigh of em 2 or 3 ounces per plant wouldnt be so bad. I notice if you dont obstruct a plants growth pattern it seem its overall health in flowers alot better depending on how the set up is i guess. Alot to learn.
 

corinth

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I got a quick question about your guys experience with flushing at harvest? So i use promix with ph perfect advanced nutes. From what i hear you flush with 3 or 4x the amount of gallons depending on pot size. How long do you keep them going with water after flush 1 week or 2?
 

Dankman_420

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I got a quick question about your guys experience with flushing at harvest? So i use promix with ph perfect advanced nutes. From what i hear you flush with 3 or 4x the amount of gallons depending on pot size. How long do you keep them going with water after flush 1 week or 2?
I've never flushed that way. When I'm growing in soil with bottled ferts I just give straight water in normal amount for last 10 to 14 days. When I'm in fully organic soil I just water all the way through. Hopefully that helps
 

Dankman_420

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