Winter outdoor harvest in SoCal, is it possible?

MikeStash

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I'm in So cal too. Did an outdoor run 2 years ago, same deal as you, vegged inside and flowered outside. My flower cycle was January 3rd thru about March 3rd, so right in the coldest time for us. I am clos eto the coast though, less than a mile, so I dont have the frost factor ever. does it EVER frost there in the mornings? If you arent too far east, you could easily pull it off as I did with little care as if it were a summer/in season crop.
 

MikeStash

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Hash Plant from crop king seeds... second ever grow, vegged indoors and flowered outside in coastal Southern California. 2 yr ago
 

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tincdink

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I'm about 6 miles from the coast. Frost isn't an issue here, just morning dew some days. I can tell my plants don't like our winters, but they don't die. Just grow slowly. Of course the angle of the sun means less energy for 'em too, but ya can still get a harvest. And with a perpetual grow with out mothers, that helps.
Yours certainly look very nice...and tasty.
 

LivinGOLD

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I'm in NW Florida, where we do have a winter. But I usually grow year round when possible. Fall/winter and winter/spring grows are among my favorites. Less rain here in winter. The buds are not always as fat due to less sunlight. And they usually start to flower as soon as they go out, or in my case, become sexually mature. That makes for smaller plants. But worth the time.
where you growing them from seed or clone?
 

LivinGOLD

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That’s it a zip? Man I would think at least 4. They should get big enough no? I’m in San Diego where the winters are still pretty warm (as I fb you don’t know) I’m just shocked to see you say only a zip.
 
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