Not sure I understand....
Originally Posted by Esteban1
Did you induce flowering *before* setting her outdoors? In the pics, it doesn't look like she's in flower. I see a few flowers, but it doesn't look like the bloom has started. In the NE most strains will begin flowering around the end of this month. It's very strain dependent, though. Many strains are just not suited to the short season, and won't finish properly, here.
Was that the plan? Start flower indoors, and set her out hoping she would stay in flower? The only way to pull that off, this early, is to cover her to block the sun out. A friend does this in order to flower some longer flowering strains. He forms a teepee sort of frame around the plant and covers it with a big, ol' painters tarp. He throws the cover on when he wants "lights-out", and removes the cover after sun-down. Works for him.
IMO, moving a plant that large back and forth daily is just as likely to cause her to stress-out and herm as leavin' her outdoors and letting nature take its course.
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