Seedling germinated in compost pile-keep in veg until June?

Discussion in 'Growing Marijuana Outdoors' started by OldRose, Mar 4, 2016.

  1. A cannabis seedling germinated in my manure/compost pile where I'd dumped the trash from last year's trim. I assume it's the product of a heavily stressed sativa hybrid (Ghost Train Haze or Lambs Bread) that produced a hemmie at the end of the harvest. I potted it up a couple of weeks ago. Weather has been mild, and it goes out each day all day long. My goal is to keep this plant happy until it can can be grown outside in the ground. Say I'm around 38 degrees latitude. I usually plant out clones in late June, early July.

    I read that if I want to grow this bad girl by putting her in the ground now and not have her reveg after the summer solstice, I can disrupt the dark cycle with a blast of light for an hour or two in the middle of night to inhibit flowering until after the summer solstice.

    Will this work? Does it take any special kind of light? Other ways to grow out this girl?

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