Can I plant outside in August in Texas?

Discussion in 'First Time Marijuana Growers' started by capecod420, Aug 18, 2007.

  1. Ok, so this is my first post, so hello everybody.

    I live in North Texas. I have a great back yard: 8 foot privacy fence around entire back yard, no neighbors with a second story house. LOTS of sun, some spots get sun from early am to late afternoon. And it stays pretty warm in Texas throughout the Fall. So, I think I am ready to take the plunge and try to grow my own.

    Question: can I plant in August and expect to produce anything smokeable befroe winter kills off the plants? Really appreciate the thoughts.
  2. Basically, no. Save your seeds until March.

    Remember, MJ is an annual plant, it is not KILLED OFF as such by winter, as the days shorten it buds and sets seed and dies, with a new generation next year.
  3. Im aslo in Texas, is it possible to keep the plant inside but right in front of a window that gets alot of sunlight??
  4. yes you can.. it must be auto-flowering though, you've waited a little too long for regular outdoor strains and they would totally skip the vegetation period.. it would probably be better for you to plany some LR2 or masterlow or something, that way they will be done in 2 months
  5. Sorry, new to growing..

    Whats auto-flowering

  6. i live in San Antoinio TX, and i have 2 flowering 2 vegging and my friend just gave me a female thats larger than all my plants (like 3 1/2 feet) but it was so negleted that she just gave it to me beacuse she knows ill take VERY GOOD care of it and hopefully i can revive it and start flowering it before the winter comes its like the 23rd or 25th of sept.

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