I was growing 3 large plants in pots outside. Two GDP and a Harlequin. Unexpected cold and very windy weather on Halloween collapsed my cold frame and the plants are now in a temporary sunny room while I try to turn my spare bedroom into a grow room.
The plants are in different stages of flowering, but definitely not ready to harvest. The top foot or two on the two taller ones (7’ high) are withered and look half dead, the Harlequin looking the worst. The lower parts look stressed, but will likely survive. The short bushy one (GDP) lost several branches (sob) but I think he’ll make it.
I’ll be moving them into the room tomorrow. Here’s my questions:
Should I continue with a12/12 light cycle? Or, are they too stressed too finish the flowering stage? I really don’t want to re-veg, but I don’ want to lose them, either. I’ve done some autoflowers, but this is my first photoperiod grow, and I thought I’d be curing by now.
What about nutes? I’ve been using FF and they’ve been getting Tiger Bloom only for a few weeks. Do they need additional supplements to speed recovery?
Should I cut the top parts off, or will that just cause additional stress and trigger more veg growth? Will there ay point in harvesting flowers that haven’t matured?
I am stressed out and I would be eternally grateful for some advice from anyone who has successfully dealt with a similar situation.
Thanks in advance for any and all help.