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Has anyone ever grown indoor strain outdoors?

As we wait and wait and wait.....with not a damn word from you know who....lol

Spring comes soon, trying to decide what strains.

I grown all eskos stuff, half of Dannie's

And barring new stuff coming down pike

Was thinking killing fields, LC, or just saying fk it and ordering some nirvana WW.

Love that shit.

But can indoors be done out doors with good results?

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Yep it can....i do it all the time....but you must have some luck with the weather...also with special outdoor strains you have to be lucky so it is a gamble every year....i found a very good strain for outdoor last year...kinky cheese #3 i have made a mother of it, this will be in barrie's garden for sure,very resistent for mold

 

You can find it in the outdoor growreports

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I ran cheeseberry and chucky outside and they finished without much mold or something. Chucky was stinking up half of a corn field haha the cheeseberry got some nice black purple red and golden colours.

 

Greetz

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It depends where your "outside" is.

 

When I lived at about 34 deg. North, just about anything in Sannie's Shop would grow to maturity, except for the very long-growing sativas, like USC's Colombian Gold. Killing Fields and Chucky's Bride were both grown to perfect ripeness.

 

When do you typically get your first frost, and when do high temperatures of the day go down to 50 F or 10 C?

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I think that should work...here frost begins also in late October/early November, some times later sometimes sooner.

 

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Chucky would definitely mature with a first frost like that. From clone, my C99-leaning cut finished by mid-September. I couldn't believe it.

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Well, cool.

Maybe the shop get stocked soon.

I heard a 5 week indica is coming.

But....in time I don't know.

My seed stock got wiped out in the move so it's time to start thinking what to do.

Spring comes soon.

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Depends on where you live.

 

Greenhouses are amazing and worth building one if your conditions can be harsh (wind, sun, humidity, random debris from trees etc) and you've time/space.

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