The light schedule is a critical component of growing cannabis plants. The amount of light the plants receive, as well as the duration and intensity of that light, will impact the plant's growth and development. In this article, we will discuss the light schedule for cannabis plants, including how to keep the plants in the vegetative stage and when to flip the light schedule to induce flowering.
When growing cannabis plants from seed or clones, it is essential to keep them in the vegetative stage for a specific period to allow for sufficient growth and development before moving on to the flowering stage. To keep the plants in the vegetative stage, they need to receive at least 18 hours of light per day.
To keep your SunClones in the vegetative stage, they require a consistent 18-hour day/6-hour night light schedule. This light schedule will provide the plants with enough light to grow and develop, while also preventing them from entering the flowering stage.