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If one was to try and get their plants to flower by taking them from 24 hour fluro light to sunlight, should one expect any sort of problems


Well, depending on the photoperiod in the outdoor conditions they were put under, they could either start to flower and then return to vegetative states after a short while, or they could just be stimulated to flower fully.


The sun is also a heck of a lot stronger than fluoros, so you should consider keeping the plants gently shaded initially on transplanting outdoors, and slowly reducing the amounts over time as the plants acclimatise.


Temps should also be taken into account, if it's the middle of winter and the temps drop to below 5, you could have serious growth problems, as MJ isn't frost tolerant.


Hope that helps. B)

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