I live in central New England and I have a few plants indoors that I have started flowering under 12/12. I want to move them outdoors for the remainder of their flowering cycle asap but I am scared about stressing them out with odd lighting. I had made this mistake already 2 months ago by bringing flowering plants outdoors for the summer and they reverted to veg, turned hermie and pollinated the $hit out of themselves and totally destroyed the crops. Can not let this happen again, granted the reverting process took several weeks I do not want to take any chances this time! Seems from my research most New England growers start flowering in August through September but I am unsure if Aug. 1st will have less than 13 hours of light...I could take the chance and let them take more light for a few weeks until it drops to a 12/12 but even if they do not develop hermie organs it still runs the chance of putting them in stress for a few weeks. So I guess to be safe I am asking if I should wait until mid August to move my already flowering plants outdoors? They can always be brought back indoors in October if the weather turns too fast on me. This seems like such a fine line to calculate...do I factor in mild sunrise and sunsets? Do I just go by TheWeatherChannel's sunrise-sunset "meter" and base my daylight off that??