Flowering Marijuana and Light Cycles

Flowering Marijuana And Its Light Cycles Turning Lights: On, Off or Don t Know In nature, marijuana plants start to flower in late summertime to early autumn. When the days start to be shorter and the nights become longer, flowering signals are triggered by photoperiodism, which begins the flowering process and tells the plants that autumn is near. The female marijuana plant redirects its energy from vegetative development to flowering in order to draw in plant pollen and generate seeds. By manipulating the hours of night, indoor and outdoor growers can postpone flowering marijuana indefinitely or begin flowering whenever they want. The conventional method to sustain vegetative development is to keep light on the plants between 18 and 24 hours each day. The vital aspect is not the hours of light, however the hours of darkness. With six hours of darkness or less, the plants will continue to grow in its vegetative development as if they were experiencing an extensive summer season. Whe


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