It's not that it wouldn't be easy to do ... it probably would be. The bigger problem is being able to retain the heat in the greenhouse at night during a Michigan winter. I have an LP gas heater in there but it's not robust enough for adequate heating year round. Not to mention the cost of heating it at current LP prices. It's more to stretch a few extra weeks in the fall if it's needed.Lol the green house wouldn't be that hard to do at all, thanks 4 the info gramps but I was referring to winter solstice & beginning of flower?
I'm only doin 2 atm (at the moment) and can control that trigger and feeding them certain stuff that'll induce flower transition early if applied
I prefer growing indoors and my outdoor runs are nothing more than to control the electric bill. When my lights and my central air are running together (June into Sept/Oct), the electric bill gets pretty expensive.