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February 9, 2020 6:41 am  

Hey @Firstiegrower27, just figured I'd start you a thread in here rather than fill up Cutty's grow diary with my ramblings, haha.

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To your questions though:

"Have u tried planting outdoor and harvested 3 months time?" and "Any advice what to do with my plant?"

Yes, I ran 2 sets of 4 plants at a time last summer, the first four grew from May to July, harvested mid July, the second set grew from June to October, harvested beginning of October. These were autoflowering varieties though, so I didn't have to worry about how much light they were or weren't supposed to be receiving. Where I live (SK in Canada), our growing season just isn't long enough for a photoperiod plant to finish flowering in. There are some places in Canada, but not here. Autoflowers work well to get around that. All that being said, if your plant is a photo, which if you say it's been vegging for as long as it has, it likely is, you will need to find some way to give it ~12 hours of darkness per day for the next 2-2.5 months for it to complete flowering (if it is a true 'sativa', possibly longer). Could be a super-auto or fast-version too I suppose but, those aren't super common so...

But yes, like I said, it looks very healthy so, whatever you're doing fertilizer and watering-wise, keep that up. It looks great.

And looking at that pic again, it sorta looks like a hemp plant I grew one year, the kind they grow in fields for seeds and fiber... <0.3% THC but loads of other cannabinoids, especially CBD. Very interesting. Where did you get the seed/clone from?

@phil might be a good guy to ask about outdoor growing, if he's around. He has much more experience than I do in that realm of things.

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February 9, 2020 8:30 pm  

outdoor in 3 months? If you start early inside with an auto then move them out once flowering starts that could be done with the right strains. Photoperiod  still take me into October and sometimes early November.

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February 9, 2020 9:44 pm  

Last summer I finished Jack Herer, Cheese, White Widow and GG4 mid Sept. I used light deprivation for 12/12 early flower in containers, had to move them in to a dark tent/garage every evening around 5 or 6 and take em out in the morn. Pain in the ass but it worked, still wasn't 3 months though, started early May under lights indoors... so 3.5 months outside, 1 month inside to start. 

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February 11, 2020 11:43 pm  

@hart

 

that works too .. I`m just not able to move mine around.

 

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February 12, 2020 12:30 pm  

Ya, I here you. It was a pain, moving 7 gallon pots a couple times a day. Also we had pot thieves in this area, another reason to move plants in at night. I'm going autos outside this year, 1st time for autos... getting excited, lol

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