Light Cycle Worries

Discussion in 'First Time Marijuana Growers' started by Mr. Bill, May 29, 2009.

  1. Hey all,

    Okay, please don't flame me for this, but here we go. I have some plants growing indoors at the moment, and I have been trying to mimic the light cycle outside. I have been turning lights off around 9:30, and waking up and turning them on at 6:30. I don't want to buy a timer because I will be here everyday for the next 2 weeks, and I expect to be able to transplant by then, thus I would prefer not to spend the money on a timer this year. WELL, my blackberry decided it didnt want to ring this morning and it opted to freeze instead ( I had to restart blah blah blah). Point is, I didn't wake up until 11. To save you the math, that is almost 12 hours of darkness, producing a 15/12 light cycle for yesterday/last night. Should i continue and turn off lights tonight at 9:30? Is there any way I can adjust? Are my plants in jeopardy of any mal effects? They are about 10 days out from germination with 2 true leaf sets.

    Thanks guys.
  2. Look, put brain into gear and get a f***ing timer!!! Essential equipment and just a couple of bucks for a cheap one. Don´t spoil the ship for a ha´porth of tar!!!
    You act like a total idiot and don´t expect to be flamed !!!
  3. #3 Mr. Bill, May 29, 2009
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    Okay, if you fault me with idiocy for not getting a timer, that is fine. I was responsible for 10 days now with the light cycle, and was only brought down by a rare product default, did you think of that? No, you probably overlooked it, just as you overlooked my questions.

    EDIT: Also, if you put YOUR brain to use and read closer, then you would see that I politely asked not to get flamed. I know in retrospect what I did was wrong, I did not expect not to get flamed, I simply kindly asked if we can just skip over that part because I already knew what I did wrong. But I guess you would prefer to be inconsiderate about that too. I hope you feel better.

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