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What other precautions should be taken when moving marijuana plants outdoors? Is it possible to start an outdoor marijuana crop indoors? Weather conditions in spring can sometimes be whimsical. Indeed, it seems a good idea to start growing marijuana plants indoors before making them flower outdoors. Cannabis and photoperiod In spring, in western Europe, the hours of sun during the day photoperiod progressively increases every day, going from 12 hours of daily sunshine in March to about 16 hours of sunlight during the day in June. In July the days lenght begin to decrease, which facilitates the start of flowering of marijuana plants between mid-July and mid-August, depending on both the earliness of plants and the latitude where they are grown. But what happens when we move a plant - that has already received 18 hours of daily light - outdoors in spring before mid-June? The marijuana plant only receives between 12 and 16 hours of light per day, so this sudden decrease of the photoperiod can make the plant begin the flowering period in most cases. However, as photoperiod increases progressively each day by some minutes until 21 June, marijuana plants will stop flowering to go back to the growing period.