My plants are flowering,45 days outdoors, should i pull them out??????

Discussion in 'Outdoor Marijuana Growing' started by Purplesmokeman, Apr 23, 2006.

  1. I started from 4 inch clones 45 days ago. I'm in California USA, I planted the clones on 3-09-06....It's about 45 days later, they are about 10 inches tall and are flowering. It looks like if they are in day 16 of 12/12....


    I have done indoor growing in the past, and the plants just grew until I changed the light cycle to 12/12.


    Is this normal, that the plants start flowering early, but will still grow OK. Should I get some new clones and start all over?

    Please advise!

    Thanks.
    Purplesmokeman
     
  2. <TABLE id=HB_Mail_Container height="100%" cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width="100%" border=0 UNSELECTABLE="on"><TBODY><TR height="100%" UNSELECTABLE="on" width="100%"><TD id=HB_Focus_Element vAlign=top width="100%" background="" height=250 UNSELECTABLE="off">Are you kidding or stupid.
    Because your worried that your plants are flowering early you want to start over?
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  3. i know what he means... its just cause the weather sucks in cali right now... (where im from too) outdoor is always messed up when u got a late winter... PM me where u live in cali i might be able to help u out..
     
  4. A plant will flower if put out in the early spring because the sun is still not giveing enough hours to veg.. A lot of people put clones outside in the early spring to flower than harvest most of the bud leave the plant and let it reveg all summer and harvest again..
     

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