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Old 06-16-2017, 07:33 AM #1
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Question Queation on light schedule after pollination when breeding ...

Aright, so I got some seeded plants, they about 2/3 the way through seed development. Im wondering if I were to put them outside to finish up, would that mess up my seeds? Also would like to know the extreme, if I switched um to 24 would that mess um up or is once they begin developing, plant will keep its focus on its continuation of life through seed? I want to use the space for somethin else, they got abot 2 or 3 weeks left to go...
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Ive personally never messed with the lights after I've pollinated plants so what I have to offer should in no way be taken as fact but I think I remember SamS posting about how he will finish pollinated plants up under more hours of light. He did it because the plants would sort of stretch/reveg and make extracting the seed easier.

He may have said the extra light had other benifits like healthier seeds and speeding up the process.

The last part may be a complete dream but I clearly remember the first part.

In my mind it should make no difference genetically. But.... please wait for others input. I caught this thread early, I'm sure many others know better. Lol
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Either scenario won't hurt them at all and I have done this several times. The longer light hours may hasten maturity as well.
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Yes, you can. I've taken seeded plants outdoors just some weeks after pollination and they matured well. If you've done 2/3 of the cycle, it will be OK.
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Great! Thanks yall, makes sense since a plants purpose is pretty much to reproduce.��
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A seeded stable plant with a couple weeks to go is set.

You're in the chute hormone wise, only pests and mold
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