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Temperature After Fruiting Has Begun?
    #635849 - 05/18/02 10:18 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

hey folks-

my friend's a little confounded at the moment, because the two trays (palenques and cambos - heat lovers?) he has fruiting right now have really been slow the last couple days. he wonders if it might be temperature related. you see, a cold front has moved through the midwest the last few days, and it's in the lower 40's outside. he's cultivating inside his living chambers, but he's not about to turn the heat back on in mid-may, so it's probably in the mid to upper 60's in his place.

anyone know how flexible cubies are after fruiting has begun?

thanks for the help... stay safe!
-bizarro



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Re: Temperature After Fruiting Has Begun? [Re: UHID]
    #635859 - 05/18/02 10:43 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

use a heat lamp my jars slowed down real quick i got about the same temp its 40 outsida at night and a lil over 65 inside cold as hell the heat lamp is heating my room to lol i dunno if that was the problem but when i touched my jars they wer cold so the heat lamp got it to about 70 then i turn it off and on as needed


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Re: Temperature After Fruiting Has Begun? [Re: cbull]
    #635860 - 05/18/02 10:49 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

these aren't jars in the process of colonizing, they're cased trays that have been birthed and already have pins and small fruits. i know about temps for colonizing and for inducing fruiting, but my question is about the period from when pins have formed until they mature.

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