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InTheShed

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Oh okay, those are pollen sacs. Are they all over the plant and can you take a pic of one? If there aren't a lot I would spray them with water and then take them off.
 

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I'll look for them, when I get home I'll take some more pics. This is the only plant I have going so if they are there does it still matter?
Well...you'll end up with seeded bud and so will all your neighbors!
 

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Rcknmch

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Love the camera on my phone.

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Rcknmch

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So it's been getting colder at night here in Michigan and I feel like my plant has kinda stalled. Ive read that 55 degrees could stall ur growth, is this true? Should I wrap the pot to keep it warmer? The trikes haven't changed at all over the last week or so.
 

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Below 65º is where nutrient uptake starts to diminish, so below that you can see stalled development and some deficiencies appear. Anything you can do to keep the rootball warmer will definitely help the plant.
 

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Rcknmch

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Yeah it's empty. I was having trouble controlling the humidity in it last year so I didn't grow anything in it again. I've got a 600 watt full spectrum light and two fans.
 

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If you don't mind having to give it a good cleaning before using it for the next grow (you will be bringing in bug) then I would say bring it in.

My actual recommendation would be bring it in when at night and leave it in the dark tent for 12 hours and then put it in the sun in the morning. If the pot is in the sun then it's a lot warmer than the air temps. That's what I do with my plants. Out in the mornings, in at night:

If you don't want to bother with that then bring it in but don't hit it with the full 600 watts to start. You'll burn the plant. Sunlight and LED are completely different animals. I recommend starting low and increasing the watts over the course of 4 or 5 days.
 
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