1st outdoor plant flowering but no more direct sunlight


#1

Guys im looking for advice here… i started this baby a little too late in season. Its now 3wk in flower but has stopped recieving direct sunlight…
I do have a 300w inside space indoors but im scared to stress it out too much.

Will the plant still flower and bud properly with just indirect sunlight?


#2

@Hogmaster your around today ? Want to add anything
Or @Niala @bob31
I believe you’ll be fine with the indirect sun light although a few hours of direct sun would be best
You could supplement the sun with you light fir a few hours a day if you wanted to just set it up and run it durning the day time for 4-6 hours
Or you could bring her inside and finish it off using just the light ? Your call @Jroland


#3

I’m with Country on this one you can leave it outside But if it was mine I would personally bring it then put your 300 W on a 12 on 12 off lifecycle and you should be cooking


#4

If i move it indoors, should that be done immediately or sgould i wait 2 weeks and see how it develops outside?
TIA


#5

Here is a close up

@Countryboyjvd1971 @Hogmaster @Oldstoner


#6

She looks good @Jroland I would say since it’s a option bring her in and finish her off proper she’ll love you back for it :+1:


#7

Agreed with the brethren if she was mine I’d slip her in the tent but before I did check extra good for critters and sprinkle some DE on top of the soil in case of knat larvae


#8

And any ideas on what on earth is going on here?
Ph is fine and temps are good.


#9


#10

Skinny leaves and slow growth… (indoor)


#11

is that the same plant as you posted about at the beginning? or a different one? When you are looking for help it is best to tag other like this

@bob31 @Hogmaster @Countryboyjvd1971 @Jroland it lets us know you are looking for help!

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#12

Looks like it needs to be fed and it needs some light