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Kvarrasso28

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I’m new grower and this is all new ! I was wondering if I’m growing outside so I still have to do 12 hours of dark ?
All comments are welcome
Here are some pictures
63 days old and around the 4th week of flowering! Thanks everyone
 

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Carcass

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They're evidently autos,unless you moved them outside from 12/12 inside.

If they're photoperiod plants,they will start to reveg (stop flowering) outside if there's less than 12 hours of darkness.
If they're autos,it makes no difference-they flower under any light schedule,and once they start,they don't stop till they're done.
 

Kvarrasso28

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They're evidently autos,unless you moved them outside from 12/12 inside.

If they're photoperiod plants,they will start to reveg (stop flowering) outside if there's less than 12 hours of darkness.
If they're autos,it makes no difference-they flower under any light schedule,and once they start,they don't stop till they're done.
Hey there thanks for the reply! They have been outside since a baby, I just wasn’t sure if I needed to do 12 hours of dark and if so then when. Here’s some new pics from today
 

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Looks like they're doing well,now just keep 'em fed,keep the bugs away, and wait for the payoff!
 

Kvarrasso28

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So how do you know if there auto flowering plants vs photo period ???
 

Carcass

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Well,in California photoperiods won't generally flower outdoors until the end of
August or beginning of September,when the days get shorter,and the nights get longer.
Assuming Florida is about the same,they shouldn't be flowering now,so they must be autos.
 

Happy Hemper

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In the day I would harvest Florida sun grown around the end of November.
 
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