Dave Ropel

Hawaiian Snow Grow with Hawaiian Style Photoperiod

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Hellooey,

 

first off all let me say, that I'm here because Green House Seeds adviced me to ask my question here.  

 

I am a European Grower looking forward to grow Green Houses Hawaiian Snow for the first time and I've read about some "Hawaiian Style Photoperiod" at Pua Mana webside.

"Hawaiian Style Photoperiod: Save Power & Get Mo’ Flower".

"Did you know that Hawaiian Pakalōlō plants prefer a “Hawaiian Style” photoperiod of 11/13 Light/Dark in order to reach peak performance — as opposed to traditional 12/12 photoperiod?"

 

They don't sell Hawaiian Snow, but I asked them if it could be a good idea to grow Hawaiian Snow with Hawaiian Style Photoperiod.

 

They answered:

"Hawaiian Style photoperiod is a Great style for any sativa-dominant hybrid or pure sativa strain.
Hawaiian Snow will love Hawaiian Style 11/13 Light/Dark photoperiod -- as she is heavy sativa kine."

 

So that's a nice answer. But I wanted to ask you! if anyone has experience with that? Has anyone tried it out?

 

Greets

Tom

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 changing the time of night / day.

I think flowering go faster or slower i dont know if is better wat i think indoor you can control time temp i read they have a spécial type of soil in Hawaï And Hawaiian style shirt and some goed drinks😁

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Yes, maybe I should wear a raffia skirt too, when I start to grow this strain.^^
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Some hawaïan vibes for your girls;)

 

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Hey do not joke around! Music also influences plants positively. ;)

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In my opinion it is not bad idea, even more if you don't have a big grow space.
This will reduce the size of your plants which can be a problem indoor.
Keep us updated :)

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