Then again, maybe they're gonna go thru flower. Your climate is different than mine i am sure.
If it keeps flowering. When you feel its finished, harvest 90 percent of the buds then reveg it. If thats an option.
How long have they been flowering?
I do a little of them all. All have their place. LST is probably the most helpful and least stressful.
FIM and Topping do their thing though. I top once or twice early on. Then start tying. And if I feel it needs it, do the FIM thing, but rarely use it.
That is correct.
Know when you'll be taking them outdoors. You can find info online for when sunrise and sunset will be. Match to that schedule. Thats the best way I've heard to minimize. Unless you can hang a light over them outside to make up the difference.
What are current thoughts on taking the seed plants all the way through harvest, and revegetating the winner? Has been years since I've been on this forum.
I have done this in years past. Always worked well for me. It is some stress though im sure. Unsure if it hurts anything in the long run...
Just part of it in early spring. I never successfully brought clones outside prior to late May without flowering right off the bat. They will grow out of it.
Id clean them up when they revert back to veg. Nasty looking plants right after the reveg. Need as much light as you can get right now...
Temporary electric netting and chickens can clean up the surface decently.
Pigs can loosen the soil for you i hear. Doesnt take long for them to make a mess though.
Personally, I think its quickest to go ahead and till the ground up in the beginning. From there layer up with manure, compost...