Should I Veg 24 hours?

Should I Veg 24 hours?

Leaving your grow lights on for 24 hours a day increases the total amount of light your plants receive during the day, which leads to faster growth. But your plants will likely be weaker and more susceptible to disease.

What’s the best light cycle for veg?

Most growers that grow their plants indoors begins from the point of 12 hours of darkness immediately the plants have reached the desired size and shape during their vegetative stage. Usually, most growers prefer an indoor vegetative period of 4-8 weeks under a 24/0 or 18/6 light period.

Do Autoflowers need 12 12?

Some growers still decide to keep their autos under a 12/12 light cycle during flowering. And that’s fine, as autos grown in these conditions can still produce a fair harvest. Just remember that the buds you harvest under a 12hr light cycle will be noticeably smaller than what you’d get under a 18–24hr cycle.

When should I change my light cycle to 12 12?

With six hours of darkness or less, the plants will continue to grow in its vegetative development as if they were experiencing an extensive summer season. When it is deemed time for the flowering process to start, the light pattern is changed to 12 hours on and 12 hours off.

Can I leave my lights on 24 hours during veg?

The answer to the question is no, it is not recommended to leave your grow light 24 hours a day, because this will force plants to grow quickly. It is ideal to keep a grow light on for about 12 to 18 hours. Too much light in various growth phases can interrupt a weed plant’s natural process of growth and dormancy.

Can you veg too long?

The longer that plants are kept in a vegetative state, the taller they will become. As such, vegging your plants for too long in a confined space can result in an overgrow situation. Plants that grow too high can potentially reach too close to light fixtures and suffer damage as a result.

How long should light be on during flowering?

At this last stage, almost everything about flowering is done. So, no need to change the light/darkness cycle so much. You can keep the lights for 6 hours and the darkness for 18 hours. Based on situations, some growers decide to provide an uninterrupted 24-48 hours of darkness to induce the riping process.

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