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Growing in winter in Florida?
Posted 09 October 2009 - 06:50 PM
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Posted 11 October 2009 - 03:17 AM
yeah dude I'm planning something similar. I'm gonna give it a shot this winter just because I've got tons of seeds lying around, way more than I'll be able to grow next season so I'm gonna experiment and hopefully get a little bit of bud out of it
I've been thinking about this also, over the last couple of months everyone I know who sells, (and doesn't rip me off) slowly, one by one, joined the army, moved, or just quit. I've never grown weed before but I have tons of swag seeds, and I plan on atleast trying to grow them. My plan is to Veg the plant in my house (don't want to flower here because of the smell) and then moving them outside. I read that if you just start growing outside the plant will start the flowering process as soon as possible and you will end up with a small plant with a small amount of bud. I plan on growing the plants inside until they are at least 10" - 12" tall then moving them outside. I'm not even sure if this will work well, but like I said I literally have thousands of seeds, and I figure if my "experiment" fails I can always start again in the spring.
Posted 11 October 2009 - 04:10 AM
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