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Choosing a resistant to cold indoor strain

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    Posted: 20 January 2017 at 09:18
i had my sensi skunk auto at pretty low temp last year, when i dident had my fancy stuff and night temps was about yours. But when lights went on it was about 23-25 celsius (200w low energy and small tent 60x60x120 cm) and at night it could go down to 10-11 (this was winter time). it was autos so they just had 4 hours of sleep if you go 12/12 iam not experinced.

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  Quote Provence Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20 January 2017 at 06:54
15 degrees C is very cold for cannabis.
They can cope with cold nights (Himalayan, Afghan mountains) but they need warmth during daytime.

I don't know of any strain that would do well at 15 o 13° C lights ON.

I think Afghani #1 is the best candidate for that.

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  Quote musicman Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 December 2016 at 10:41
Hello friends , I was wondering If I can find an indoor strain that could grow without many worries in a grow room , where temps can go from 15-18 Celsius(or a little lower?). I read that I can use a small heater to control the environment or set the AC on 20-25 degrees , or even turn the lights on at night etc, but the point of my question is: Which indoor strain/s can cope with lower temps better?

I already took a look on the temperate/continental and cold climate category strains on the site , but since there is not specific temperature indications, I would like to hear your opinion on this subject according to your experience.

Thank you in advance.
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