Discussion in 'General Outdoor Growing' started by geethberry, Dec 10, 2012.
Can anyone tell me what day/time is the best time? help!
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.
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.
Glad I'm on the other coast.
As long as its planted before doomsday on the 21st:rofl:
Maybe tomorrow?? The problem with that is, "tomorrow never comes." :hubba:
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.
I was thinking "day time" -- they grow best in the day time...
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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