24h light during flowering

canope

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I had a light switch problem in a room and lights stayed in for 24h+ (During 1 day). Will this mess up this crop? Im 1 month in flowering
 

Callz

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Fully depends what week of flower you are on. But in my own experience yes it will cause the plants to reveg which may lead to hermis but i wouldn't worry about one day like its the end of the world for your plants. just make sure it never will happen again and check the nugs daily for any change, naners, or slow growth in the future
 

Star Dog

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I had a timer jam on for 2/3 days and it never done any harm.

I'm thinking about changing my cycle to nighttime for humidity reasons and I was just going to leave it on for the extra 10/12 hours, I considered both 24hrs on/off but I like the idea of a extra day lol..
 

jondamon

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I had a timer jam on for 2/3 days and it never done any harm.

I'm thinking about changing my cycle to nighttime for humidity reasons and I was just going to leave it on for the extra 10/12 hours, I considered both 24hrs on/off but I like the idea of a extra day lol..
Same I accidentally knocked my timer one day and had to flip it to constant to adjust the timer back to where it needed and forgot to knock it back to timer.

my light was on for 72hours

my plants didn’t skip a beat.
 

Star Dog

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I had a timer jam on for 2/3 days and it never done any harm.

I'm thinking about changing my cycle to nighttime for humidity reasons and I was just going to leave it on for the extra 10/12 hours, I considered both 24hrs on/off but I like the idea of a extra day lol..
It’s 5.08am my humidity has been a steady 57/58% since 10.30/11.00 last night :-) :-) :-)
I'll miss having the plants so readily available to me but the low 60s concerns me so it's worth the trade off.
 

Sofa King Smoooth

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It’s 5.08am my humidity has been a steady 57/58% since 10.30/11.00 last night :-) :-) :-)
I'll miss having the plants so readily available to me but the low 60s concerns me so it's worth the trade off.
I have one room with 2 tents in the mid to upper 50s but another room with 3 tents and a 50gal water reservoir wont get below mid to upper 60s.

Thinking gonna have to run 2 dehumidifiers in there and try to keep temps mid 80s at highest.

All are on night shift hours except for one tent in the 3 tent room.

This year has been a bitch with the humidity.
 

Sofa King Smoooth

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It’s 5.08am my humidity has been a steady 57/58% since 10.30/11.00 last night :-) :-) :-)
I'll miss having the plants so readily available to me but the low 60s concerns me so it's worth the trade off.
Just thinking about it, the tent that had some mold was the only one not running uvb
 

HunterMFG

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I had a timer jam on for 2/3 days and it never done any harm.

I'm thinking about changing my cycle to nighttime for humidity reasons and I was just going to leave it on for the extra 10/12 hours, I considered both 24hrs on/off but I like the idea of a extra day lol..
I did a bunch of research on this and it’s best to give them more dark than light. So if you’re adjusting your lights on/off times, you don’t ever want lights on for more than 12 hours. Hope that makes sense.
 
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