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    Hi there,

    We planted a few outdoor plants and had to cover them last night due to frost. How bad is it that they weren’t uncovered until noon losing about 3.4-4 hours of the light they should have? Is there any way to stop them from going to seed. This is the one and only time the light cycle has been interrupted since they were seeds.

    Thank you for your help



    I’m assuming you aren’t practicing light deprivation, and live in the US or Canada. If I’m correct in that assumption then you have nothing to worry about.

    As days get shorter, cannabis builds up a hormone that cause it to initiate flowering. The longer the period of darkness, the more hormone is stored. This process takes time and only when the period of darkness is too short would there be an issue.

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