Hello everyone. i havent been on here in about a year before the other day, and havent grown anything is just over a year. while its still a long way off till my next grow--if it happens at all--i had a question for the outdoor experts. if i were to start outdoor seeds inside under flouro's, what is a good recommended length of time of growth inside to help guarentee a good set, adaptation, and survival outdoors once transplanted. i know nothing is guarenteed with planting outdoors, but im looking for a good idea.
also i don't want to be hauling a huge box of only a few plants into the wilderness as that is fairly suspicious and werid. so i guess im looking for the minimum age that is safe vs. just planting a seed or seedling outside.
oh also i was wondering with the transfer to outdoors if a fuller spectrum light like 5k would be easier to adapt to the outdoors with or if i should just go with the standard 6k + temps