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Old 02-09-2020, 09:30 PM #11
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Sounds good but risky in my opinion, because they need special spectrum as the NordGen guy said above. doesnt they ?
How long you veg and what size container and also watts per baby ?
And what strains were the successful ones ?

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I pregrwo esbe's genetics under fluorescent lamps before I put them outddors. For this I use the light cycle at the time of mid May in my region without any issues! I have seen others in Europe who sow seeds directly into mother nature's soil - with mixed results. It depends on how many seeds you have at your disposal
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I am an outdoor guy and I can tell you, I have never had big issues with my pre-grows in the last years using hfh genetics (leb, but also super wild, royal dane, erdspurt, guerilla gold). Cannot recall the precise spectrum of my fluorescent lamps, but it lives up to the typical low-budget standard for pre-growing these beautiful plants. Imho I don’t see any severe risks, if you pre-grow them for 1 to 2 months indoor in ~1-litre pots due to their semiauto flowering traits. Yes, they can get stressed every now and then e.g. if they get rootbound (agree with northerngenetics in this regard), I had only 1 or 2 cases like that, but the plants always returned to their vegetative cycle; males appeared to be more prone to this (never experimented with breeding). However, I consider hfh genetics as easy-to-grow, self-supporting plants and perfectly adapted to northern outdoor grows. I never felt like taking a huge risk because of their auto-traits. If I had the chance, I would love to grow hfh beans on my veranda or balcony in middle sized pots without pre-growing them under artificial lights. I think that would suit the character of the plants the most
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I am an outdoor guy and I can tell you, I have never had big issues with my pre-grows in the last years using hfh genetics (leb, but also super wild, royal dane, erdspurt, guerilla gold). Cannot recall the precise spectrum of my fluorescent lamps, but it lives up to the typical low-budget standard for pre-growing these beautiful plants. Imho I don’t see any severe risks, if you pre-grow them for 1 to 2 months indoor in ~1-litre pots due to their semiauto flowering traits. Yes, they can get stressed every now and then e.g. if they get rootbound (agree with northerngenetics in this regard), I had only 1 or 2 cases like that, but the plants always returned to their vegetative cycle; males appeared to be more prone to this (never experimented with breeding). However, I consider hfh genetics as easy-to-grow, self-supporting plants and perfectly adapted to northern outdoor grows. I never felt like taking a huge risk because of their auto-traits. If I had the chance, I would love to grow hfh beans on my veranda or balcony in middle sized pots without pre-growing them under artificial lights. I think that would suit the character of the plants the most
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Sounds cool, but would it be possible to pregrow these genetics RGSC style in small jiffy peat pots for 2 weeks under t5's ?
Because RGSC been doing it with GGold and other semi auto type strains with great success although some of them tend to auto.
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They work ok using 12/12 like you would for photoperiods. Have grown umpteen photos from germination to harvest that way. Are you going to set them outside later?

Jiffy pots are notoriously hot due to the peat (or source of their peat). Better to do a different seedling start. Good luck!
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