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    When should I plant outside in Australia?

    Hey guys sorry havent posted in a while been super busy.
    Just a question and a quick break down of what would happen if I planted outside tommorow. Im located on the Gold Coast in Australia.
    At the moment we have about 11.5/12.5 in daylight.. would they go straight to bud or what? Would they survive a year? How does it all work, any comments would be great.
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    Re: When should I plant outside in Australia?

    Plant any Haze strain and it will flower through the winter, or try any of the auto-flowering strains such as lowryder. You are in a warm climate, and haze is easily grown through winter. You may want to veg the haze in a pot 24/0 for the first 10 days, then transplant outside. The cool temps make the transition from inside to out quite easy. You actually have a very good climate for growing Cannabis, and the ocean minimises any chance of frost.
    The easiest would be the Lowryder.

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    Re: When should I plant outside in Australia?

    Thanks for the quick reply! The strain is called Mystic Green its from pottysworld.
    So they should go straight to flower even though we are loosing more and more daylight everyday?
    Last edited by 420; 02-06-2009 at 09:48 PM.

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    Re: When should I plant outside in Australia?

    Good luck mate!