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Oct 26, 2018 12:19 PM CST
The title quite says it all...
Young plants wich evolved from recent clippings: what to do with them?
On different websites and forums you read 2 opposite opinions.
Some of them say that when you are sure they're well rooted in the soil, to let them rest in a colder
place with not that much water or light and no "food". When temperatures outside rise during next spring,
you put them outside and "wake" them up with all the things they didn't have during winter.
Another opinion is quite the opposite: "newly born" plants should be kept in a warm light place (e.g. near a living room window)
with lots of water and nutrients so you get a bigger and stronger plant next spring to put outside.
What do you think?
Thanks in advance for any reaction!!
Jan 12, 2019 5:12 PM CST
|Try both ways ..Mine seem only to need a month of ,no leaves and little water.
Others have tetained bud's. Whith out 10 Hr. of light they struggle.
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