what is the best time to grow in california?

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    Can anyone tell me what day/time is the best time? help!
     
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    The winter season is very stressful time for a newly planted plant. According to me, the best time to plant planting is during early summer because this time Californian soil temperatures are on the increase.
     
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    NorCalHal

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    December 2nd, precisely at 11:52 am Eastern Standard Time. If you missed this time/Date, you might as well wait till next year, as you will have nothing but problems in your grow.
     
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    Hal.!!!!!! lol

    Glad I'm on the other coast.
     
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    As long as its planted before doomsday on the 21st:rofl:
     
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    Maybe tomorrow?? The problem with that is, "tomorrow never comes." :hubba:
     
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    Honest answer : Unless you light dep your crop. June 5th is when outdoor growers in northern cali ( the 15-20 that I know ) throw their plants outside. I believe thats when the plant gets enough sun to not flower but grow. This is like Trinity county area.
     
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    I was thinking "day time" -- they grow best in the day time...

    Peace
     
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    It depends on where in Ca. you want to grow. The further north, the later to plant. Where I am located, May 15 is the earliest. Southerners plant earlier, northerners plant later. Some plant by the moon cycle.
     

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