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somewhere between 50 and 60
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period of darkness.

If your plants are enriched with carbon dioxide, they will function better with a
higher temperature, somewhere just below 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Learn
everything you need to know about heat stress.

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The basics You will find that you plants have a heat problem when the temperature is below
The grow room 60 degrees Fahrenheit. If your crop has just a few cool nights in a row, there
The grow shouldn’t be a strong effect. If, however, there is a cool period that lasts through
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the flowering phase, you will not be happy with the results.

Outdoor Guides Your plants require the right amounts of heat everywhere, including from the
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Fahrenheit, your plants’ rooms will be cozy and warm, and your plant’s leaves
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Because marijuana is a hardy plant, outdoor strains are generally able to handle
temperatures of as low as 50 degrees Fahrenheit, without there being any
lasting effects. Although they can handle this temperature, it doesn’t mean it is
stresses ideal. Growth and photosynthesis will be slower than at warmer temperatures. If
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About medical If your plant is too hot, however, the problems can change substantially. As long
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survive major heat fluctuations. This is simply because plants with bigger root
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Signs of heat stress

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If you are growing outdoors, try using a gas patio heater to keep your garden
Can Stress warm through the night. Your idea temperature is a consistent 60 degrees. This
will allow the plants to grow optimally. Another way of keeping heat from
Marijuana escaping your garden is by covering all your plants with a polyethylene plastic
covering. If you are having a serious cold problem, you can even add a heater
to your outdoor setup.

If your grow room is too cold, try equipping it with a CO2 generator or an electric
heater. If you have a larger garden, you can keep the floor nice and warm by
using a recirculating hot water heater.
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Marijuana If you are growing your plants indoors, try using ventilation (have a fan blowing
over the tops of your plants) and air conditioning, or water or air-cooled lights to
lower the grow room temperature. You won’t need to worry about the
temperature between the plants, but rather the temperature that is directly
hitting your plants, instead.

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Root Problems If you have an outdoor garden and excessive heat is the issue, you can use
In Marijuana micro-sprayers to lower your plants’ temperatures by between 20 and 30
degrees Fahrenheit. If your plants are being grown in containers of come sort,
you will need to be extra cautious when it comes to temperature. These plants
can easily overheat. If they are root-bound, transplant them to a larger
container that is light-colored and, therefore, will reflect light instead of
absorbing it. You can also simply move these plants to a location that is out of
the direct sunlight.

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For your outdoor plants, try watering them in early morning or evening times so
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Plants that the water doesn’t evaporate right away. You can increase shade by putting
a covering over your plants, such as an old sheet. Make sure not to cover them
for too long, however, as it will cause their reintroduction into the sun to be a
serious shock from the sudden increase in light intensity.

If your indoor plants are experiencing heat stress because they are too close to
the lights, then you can simply move the lights away from the plants. This is the
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Marijuana easy way to solve the situation at first, but for longer-term benefits more serious
Plants techniques may be necessary. For instant results, air-cooled lights that have
been equipped with reflectors can lower the amount of heat that comes with the
light. Water-cooled lights do the same thing but are actually more effective than
air-cooled lights.

Like our guides? Your loon-watt lights should always be around three feet away from the top of
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our seeds! your plant. This changes when you have air-cooled lights, which are fine if they
are between 18 and 24 inches from the tops. Water-cooled lights can be even
closer, ranging from twelve inches to even shorter distances.

You can also vent out the heat from your grow room by using an exhaust
system, or fan. You can combine it with a carbon scrubber to remove any
smells that might otherwise be propelled outwards.

If your plants are in their recovery phase of dealing with heat stress, you can try
using seaweed kelp extract to assist in the recovery process. It also will have
the added benefit of avoiding future heat stress from getting your plants.

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Marijuana plant symptoms

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Leaf edges burnt or browning

Upper leaves/newer growth affected

Leaf edges curling upwards

Wilting and drooping of leaves

Wilting and drooping of entire plant

Your plant’s tendency to experience heat stroke can also depend on its strain.
Indica strains, for example, are most likely to get their heat stroke when they’re
undergoing their flowering stage.

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17 thoughts on “Heat Stress And Marijuana Plants”

By Robert on 30 July 2015

Thanx people……being older my mind forgets things and especially after
the chemo I received back in the spring. I do have the grow bible and I will
refer to it……..also thanx for the response on my question on

RKM Reply

By Flintz on 30 July 2015


I’m building a new grow closet in my office and temperature is a concern,
I can’t put ventilation holds in the wall on any side, so I’m gonna need a
cool light that will give me good yields, any suggestions?

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By Chris on 7 October 2016

CFLS are the coolest light you can get and they do and can produce nice
yields Reply

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By Robert Walch on 31 July 2015

So many typo’s. Do you edit your articles prior to publishing. Reply

By latewood on 31 July 2015

Well; I make typos because, I am legally blind. You are welcome for all the
free information. Reply

By GreenGrannie on 10 August 2015

Just be grateful for the information! ~Peace Reply

By latewood on 31 July 2015


Although you can set up a grow that way; You won’t be able to achieve
good yields without proper lighting and environment.
If you can leave the Office door to closet open so it can receive fresh cool
air, you may be able to run a 360 HID.
If you have a big budget; You can buy an lED set up. I suggest you join
our support forum, where we have experts on lED lamp systems that can
help you. Reply

By Danny on 1 August 2015

my plants are outside in pots they are yellowing leafs and broen tips on
afew of the leafs its been 80 and 90 these past couple mths what can I do
to save my plants Reply

By Minei Kiefer on 3 August 2015


Well summer is my biggest grow of the year but the most brutal grow. It is
always so hot from May thru August. It just seems to vet hotter every
summer. Here in Hawaii, there is no options of putting potted plants in
shade to escape beat stress. So what to do? Humidity is also a big
problem. I try to put fans on my plants and that helps but what else can I

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do? 86-90 degrees with 60-80% humidity. Any suggestions? Indoor would
be worse. With lights and fans the temp is higher. 90-94. Should I just go
for early fall and winter grows? Reply

By Minei Kiefer on 3 August 2015

Sorry for typos. Reply

By latewood on 5 August 2015

Hi Danny, Without more information; It would be hard for me to guess. I
can advise you to join our Support forum, and fill out a “Support Ticket”.
This will allow us to read more baout what you are doing, thus allowing us
to give you informed advice. Reply

By latewood on 5 August 2015

Hi Minei Kiefer
All I can suggest to you is to invest in some 50-60% shade cloth. Build a
little lean-to, or make a frame and cover it with the shade cloth. I am sorry
to say; There is no magical way to bring humidity, and heat down.
I am a commercial greenhouse farmer, and I use shade cloth, and big 54″
exhaust fans. I have heat as high as yours. However; from June to
September; Hardly anything grows vibrantly. It is a fact of life. Join the
Support forum, and meet some of our members who deal with growing in
extreme heat. Peace Reply

By Sunmork on 6 August 2015

Hi Robe

Great information you give all of us that wants to grow nice plants
ourselves :-).

I have a question to you though. Would you be able to arrange your info
sites so as we can print them on paper? I.ex. arrange a printer icon on top
of the article so it can be easy printable. I don’t have access to my
computer or cell phone all the time. It would be handy with a hard copy
every now and then.

Thanks Reply

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By latewood on 10 August 2015

Sunmork , Have you downloaded the Free Grow bible? It is in PDF format,
and is printable. Reply

By wombat on 7 August 2015

Hello I made the rookie mistake of having my nursery tent in the same
room as my grow tent so my new plants from seed were exposed to very
low temps so looking very sick very purple stems with yellow leaves with
brown spots around edge of leaf is this a cal mag issue or a cold temp
issue I now have them in my grow tent and is taking a long time for them
to bounce back from being stunted should I keep at it or should I start
again its been almost 3 weeks now with some change ie. Stem colour but
still getting a few yellow leaves but not alot of new healthy growth. Reply

By latewood on 10 August 2015

IN order to really help you; I suggest you join our support forum where we
have many expert growers to help you grow successfully. 1st thing to do
when you join is to start a topic with a “Support” ticket”
With little to go on, I imagine this could be from using nutrients on
seedlings?, over watering? Please join the forum, and give us the
necessary info to help you out. Peace :). Reply

By jean cocteau on 20 June 2016

hello everybody

i’m growing 2 autoflowering outdoors and for work reasons i left out of
water for 1.5 day. The biggest plant (55days old) has already a big sort
amount of uncreated buds…but the day i left unwatered summer heat (42
celsius degrees) them and burn my tree…so i need your help for
recovering that.. Reply

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