I think my 1 month old outdoor plants are forming Buds, some with some without
A friend says I should place them (the budding ones) under lights 24/7 for a while to reverse this process, any info would be great.
BTW, the ones in the pots are forming buds
are they autos or photo fem? if a photo fem,yea i myself use a 18 on 6 off regiment but you can get it back to veg i believe… i would get a bigger pot for the potted one…good luck and happy growing…
anything i can help with just ask…
WRONG time of year to plant outside…in the Northern Hemisphere.
Sunlight is signaling the end of summer—growing season and the plants are racing to complete their seeding before it’s winter.
Best to do: put under lights 18+ if possible 5+ hours of daylight would be a good thing, then bring indoors for the rest. Pain in the ass, but sun works wonders.
Think about starting a summer crop around april…depending on your latitude…then they will be up and growing good by the time it gets warm nuff to grow outdoors.
I have read posts stating big time growers start indoor grows 3 months ahead of warm weather.
That really puts them in a good position to have big bushy plants to go outdoors all summer.