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Hey guys, I got a couple of bagseed in flower right now and its chilly down here. I was wondering if temps in the low 60's will effect flowering? Going on week two of flowering and they look good, just wonderin if they weren't cold at night if they'd look even better.
I'm betting that part of the answer is "depends on genetics." My friends and I were huge fans of compact indicas back in the late 80s. We grew a variety that was extremely similar to the NL that got popular around 1990.
We grew it in a basement and in a garage during the winters. We used the local military arsenal (1000s of acres) for summer grows. The garage would go from daytime temps of about 65f to night time temps of around 40f. The basement was about 85f during the day and 70f at night. The plants grew nearly identical in both places.
The only difference we noted was that germination was very slow and we had some damp-off issues if we used the garage to germinate. Similar issues with cloning. Problem was simple enough to fix. We just managed the young plants indoors.
Like I said at the start, I am certain that genetics play a role. I would not expect a variety that grows well in the tropics to handle the garage situation mentioned above.
-------------------- I am not a cannabis grower. I find the cannabis growers to be the most open to experimenting and sharing out of all of the different botany groups I enjoy. I frequently use the suggestions that I find to apply to own organic gardening and food production.