Can I start a grow in February? Indoors put it outside In mid feb March?

MICHI-CAN

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I'm assuming talking Celsius? Outdoor requires mid 60's F average and at least 13.5 hours per day light as I have grown. We drop in April hoping to go outdoors in May. But drop indoors anytime if room to maintain a bush if the wait for friendly weather dictates.
 

Yungtune

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I'm assuming talking Celsius? Outdoor requires mid 60's F average and at least 13.5 hours per day light as I have grown. We drop in April hoping to go outdoors in May. But drop indoors anytime if room to maintain a bush if the wait for friendly weather dictates.
Ahh okay cuz I was reading a lot of ppl have been saying aslong as it’s over 45 it can withstand the weather I was gonna drop in feb plant in March
 

MICHI-CAN

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Ahh okay cuz I was reading a lot of ppl have been saying aslong as it’s over 45 it can withstand the weather I was gonna drop in feb plant in March
A mature plant. Not a few weeks old. There are cold weather strains. But smaller and harder to find. I live in the snow belt here. Just my experiences.
 

Apalchen

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Depends on where your at. Here you would be lucky to get by with going out in April. But I know guys here that have some started already for this summer. Depends on how much indoor space you wanna use until weather allows them to go outside.
 

MICHI-CAN

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Wait until those lows are steadily in the upper 40's. Lower 50's for my piece of mind. And that's rough on a starter to say the least.
 

Yungtune

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I grew in 5 gallon buckets sitting on top of 6 pallets while there was a foot of snow on the ground one time...Fucking crazy Michigan weather...
Damn bro yea I wanna go find a spot but seems like I have to wait as there are barley leaves on the trees so I can’t estimate how much direct sunlight the spot gets
 
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