A question from a fellow grower:
I live in North Pole Alaska and the climate allows outdoor grow
starting June 1st as frost and possibility of a cold snap below zero is
possible thru April and below freezing thru may.
My question is that with a limit of 3 months because we can get early
frost possible before the end of august or early September.
How can I get a plant to bloom outdoors if daylight is running 16 to 18
hours a day and only very bright dusk the rest of the day. You no dusk
to dawn its still light.
I have been cloning for years and all indoors. I see no other option but to keep plants
potted and move the whole batch inside come flower time. So no actually
earth grow seems undoable. This would keep the plant size down because
the plant is root bound before natural growth height is reached.
Our summer is June 1st thru August 30th with much like 24 hour sun!!! Great growing but no turning to bloom.