Indoor-outdoor (1st timer)-Light question

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gelosoil

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Hello all happy people
I am trying to grow 1 glue gelato auto , i am at week 6 since seed was planted.
I use a relatively small pot (30x30 cm- abt 10 litres) with simple soil(just cheap stuff from a flower shop) ,and so far she is doing fine,she started flowering,.
I had her under only 45 Watts of led (3 house bulbs X 15 W),-4500K - total 3300 ln on a 24 hour on schedule.
Some days i was moving her to the window as where i live (South europe) there are days with lots of sun for at least 6 hours,and then back under the led lights.
Now that she is flowering should i keep the plant always under led or would it be better for the quality to give her as much sun as i can?
Below the condition she is today( week 6) and her photo at planting time(week 1)

Thanks in advance for your assistance.
Happy growing.
 
BigCube

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As much light as you can give it.

Your yield will directly correlate to the amount of light you give it. Assuming your nutrients are taken care of.
 
gelosoil

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As much light as you can give it.

Your yield will directly correlate to the amount of light you give it. Assuming your nutrients are taken care of.


Thanks for the response BigCube!
So i guess it wont hurt that i m moving her in and out every day (when sunshine is on),right?
(nutrients are basic,just a ready mix for flowering (4-4-12 + some micronutrients)(i hope its fine,that was what the florist recommended , there is limited availability in the local market of special stuffs).

PS. I would be obliged if you could offer an opinion on how the plant looks for a 6 week auto ,am i destroying it ,or does it look OK to the specialist eye?
 
BigCube

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Thanks for the response BigCube!
So i guess it wont hurt that i m moving her in and out every day (when sunshine is on),right?
(nutrients are basic,just a ready mix for flowering (4-4-12 + some micronutrients)(i hope its fine,that was what the florist recommended , there is limited availability in the local market of special stuffs).

PS. I would be obliged if you could offer an opinion on how the plant looks for a 6 week auto ,am i destroying it ,or does it look OK to the specialist eye?

You are good to go👍

It looks nice and healthy. I dont see anything wrong. It is a bit on the small side, but that is to be expected with your current setup.

I'd say you're doing great 👍
 
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