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Indoor plant moved outdoor 2nd day Solved

by OFFTHATGAS93 about March 14 - report

Yhe leaves were way worse yesterday this morning they were all twisted don't know if it's because of the wind yesterday it looks shocked
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    justme 0 points - March 14

    Did you harden the plant for the brightness of the sun? It takes more than 2 days. You should have put it in direct sun for maybe an hour the first day and then back in the shade and then maybe add an hour each day until you get it hardened for a full day of sunlight. Any lights we use indoors can not compete with the suns exposure! It has been bad windy too but I would go with hardening to the exposure of the sun for my first guess! Good luck and happy growing.

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    • OFFTHATGAS93
      OFFTHATGAS93
      650 points -
      March 15

      I fucked up giving it 4 hrs yesterday o gave it 2 today see how she is tmrro

    • MissFe
      MissFe
      663 points -
      March 15

      This right here is your answer. You’re frying her in the sunlight. Anytime you start a plant indoors and move it out you’ve got to garden it to the intensity of the sun.

    • MissFe
      MissFe
      663 points -
      March 15

      Harden. Not garden.

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    OFFTHATGAS93 650 points - March 14

    Experts??
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    Hulk 1.028 points - March 14

    Is there a bit difference in humidity from out side and inside because I did that one grow and stem got rubbery and plant started folding down like it needs to be watered but your soil looks damp. Also noticed white what looks like water spots not sure what that is. Wind should not have done that. Did you just water?
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    • OFFTHATGAS93
      OFFTHATGAS93
      650 points -
      March 14

      Yeah this morning watered it with peroxide

    • OFFTHATGAS93
      OFFTHATGAS93
      650 points -
      March 14

      Yeah big difference more freshmess Abit humid in my room

    • ROSCOE
      ROSCOE
      3.507 points -
      March 14

      You didn't water then. Your treating for fungus gnats. Easy on that peroxide.

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    PM69 38 points - March 14

    I just joined hours ago and sure how it works here and hope I don't step on any toes.  I've found that moving plants from inside to outside and viceversa causes problems like plant shock and intraduction of pests,mold, deseases etc.  UR best results will come from either in or out but not a combination of both.

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    • MissFe
      MissFe
      663 points -
      March 15

      It’s an especially bad idea with your fungus gnat issue

    • OFFTHATGAS93
      OFFTHATGAS93
      650 points -
      March 15

      Just until it is hardened already did it for 2 days they'll soon be out I have beautiful weather outside now I love it gotta love Cali

    • B0ngHyts13
      B0ngHyts13
      202 points -
      March 15

      Hey stick..try making sence!

    • shloppy
      shloppy
      5.334 points -
      March 15

      I move plants in and out all the time i watch for shock and aclimitize them going out as fare as bugs and mould go i mostly grow outdors so i just deal with it i don't have issues with doing it but i only have a 2x2 inside and im used to dealing with bugs...  more

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    SanBoisLee 11.261 points - March 15

    Any way to keep it out of direct sunlight and wind will help. I will sometimes set mine under a shrub or tree so that it only gets direct light as the wind moves tree branches etc. Actually, just sitting it the north side of a building out of direct light is fine for the first few days. Cloudy weather is ideal.

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    • OFFTHATGAS93
      OFFTHATGAS93
      650 points -
      March 15

      I m just going to have it in the shade on my balcony where the sun doesn't jiy because of my fence u can still feel the heat the plant should still be able to benefit from shaded sun right ?

    • SanBoisLee
      SanBoisLee
      11.261 points -
      March 15

      Yeah, it's only a few days then you move it in and out of sun until it's tough. Actually, leaving it out at night will toughen your plant too as long as it's not super cold...40f and up is good.

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    Idagrow 282 points - March 15

    It starts at inside out. Replicating your outside conditions inside helps to transition your plants to go outside. Going from a 18/6 light schedule to 14/10, high, fairly stable temp range 75/65 to 60/40, high humidity to low...this causes stress. And the biggest change is light intensity and distribution. Indoor lighting at it's best can mimic, but not replicate Sunlight...it is the original full spectrum light source, including infrared and UltraViolet. Acclimate your plant to actual outside conditions; light duration, temperature,humidity. Protect from high wind variations, and Sunlight intensity...Many GREAT growers on here have told you how...I'm just saying why...

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    Durang0Jim 1.143 points - March 15

    Outdoor?!?

    I still have snow up to the top of my fence in my yard....

    Colorado at over 7,600 feet of altitude.

    Pura Vida,

    Jim

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    • justme
      justme
      3.325 points -
      March 15

      It was 72 degrees for a high for yesterday and a high of 40 today! That sux! I try to have my plants outdoors by 4-20 in my area of the world. Great number for the date also! :-))

    • OFFTHATGAS93
      OFFTHATGAS93
      650 points -
      March 15

      74 hi today tmroo and Sunday hi of 79°

    • ROSCOE
      ROSCOE
      3.507 points -
      March 15

      Damn Justme, we must live close to each other because that's been our temps!

    • justme
      justme
      3.325 points -
      March 15

      I am sure that is possible!

  • 5.093

    marlboro 5.093 points - March 15

    Looks like a wpm problem to me more than going outdoors

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    • OFFTHATGAS93
      OFFTHATGAS93
      650 points -
      March 15

      Bro I just cleaned out my balcony that was the reason why I had a old rootball from old harvest still sitting out all moist and top of tht old ass used soil I took care of it I'm not going to get it anymore I stopped treating them after spraying twice but...  more

    • OFFTHATGAS93
      OFFTHATGAS93
      650 points -
      March 15

      I had old dirty dtinky water like a sewer from the rain mold all over old furniture

    • justme
      justme
      3.325 points -
      March 15

      You going to have to get your grow space environment correct or you never will have a grow without PM! You need plenty of air flow and the right Rh. It don't matter what was outside your home my friend! You should keep that cleaned up as well though! Why ...  more

    • marlboro
      marlboro
      5.093 points -
      March 15

      You'd do better to keep her outside and remove all the effected leaves. Keep her dry by keeping it out of any rain for awhile and give her as much sun as possible. Let the soil go good and dry between watering/Feeding. Start now while its young and you sh...  more

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