PpPBud

How long do you veg?

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I have a clone from an OG Cheese plant. It is about 3 months along. How will I know when to cut back the light cycle to 12/12 and change the bulb in my HID light to the red spectrum flowering bulb?

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Hello PpPbud and welcome to forum, 

 

Remember that during the flowering cycle, the plant will grow at least twice its size (probably a pocomo more). It's something to keep in mind, to know when to make the change to 12/12

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Well, it would seem that I've already allowed my girl to get too big. Yesterday, I switched out the bulbs, now my only question is, do I gradually decrease the time down to 12 hours of light? Or do I just set it up at 12/12?

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I would like to thank Cindy, and Jose for their response. I suppose that I didn't let my plant get too big by letting it veg for a couple of weeks too long. In retrospect. I see my mistake when I look at the bottom of the plant. It really isn't receiving any light, so I can't imagine much will grow there. So all I did was to waste electricity on growing it that big. Thanks again for your help. 

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