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yes you can plant clones outdoors. Im a summing your establishing them inside?
If letting them establish roots indoors run a stronger fan on them while vegging to help strengthen stems to outside conditions. Also dont stick em from floro's to full on sunlight.

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Sounds like you will be fine. Goodluck with the grow hope to see some awesome buds later on this year

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Do clones do well outside?


What strain? Some strains do well outdoors, others do not, so it's necessary to ask.

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Those girls should be fine in the sunshine, and there's some very good advice all over this forum, it's getting more like overgrow everyday.

Get yourself some skunk pelts for when the diesel gets ripe, to explain the odor.

And happy 4/20, in advance.
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I have had good success raising clones outside. I start them in open shade to let them get used to the intense sunlight. after a week I set them to soak up all the rays they can get.

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IMO that depends on the climate. Realize that the summer solstice (longest day) is June 21. If I were growing a single crop I'd start it as soon as the temps are sure to stay above freezing. That will allow the plants the maximum time to develop before flowering in July/August.

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Confused as to whether i should plant them early in spring or wait till june first.


We have talked about this a bit before. In nature, when do the seeds pop? They will do it at a time that will enable the plant to produce most seed - bud for us!! I think just about all annual plants, nettles, dandelions, blue bells, tomatoes, start to appear in the spring - March or April. They veg then flower and fruit. A lesson there, I think.
And I always gently acclimatise clones to outdoors. I find that seedlings can take full sun from day one, clones are more fragile.

Edited by cantharis, 11 March 2009 - 11:38 AM.


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