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    I transplanted my 5 plants yesterday morning from indoors to outdoors. Now when I checked on them this morning the perfectly healthy leaves yesterday now have discolored brown edges. Could this be from going from led lighting to getting sun from 8:30am to 5:30pm full exposure ? Or could it be from me using superthrive for the transplant? Or possibly the temperature change, they got a constant 70-75 degrees in the house to 70 outside during the day yesterday to 52 last night? Any info would be greatly appreciatedClick image for larger version. 

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    Hi heaze2020, welcome to the forum

    I can safely say in my experience that you can absolutely damage a plant from going indoors to straight outdoors (doesn't happen all the time but CAN happen)..that's why they always advise to sit new plants from containers into shade before full sun, it really can burn them, similar to how we would feel sitting in a darker room for weeks then being placed outside in full sun looking straight into the sky!

    Not saying the superthrive didn't effect that I cannot say bud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post
    Hi heaze2020, welcome to the forum

    I can safely say in my experience that you can absolutely damage a plant from going indoors to straight outdoors (doesn't happen all the time but CAN happen)..that's why they always advise to sit new plants from containers into shade before full sun, it really can burn them, similar to how we would feel sitting in a darker room for weeks then being placed outside in full sun looking straight into the sky!

    Not saying the superthrive didn't effect that I cannot say bud.
    I'm leaning more towards 52 farenheit or 11.1 Celsius temperature. Very cold for this stage. I wait until mid flower to drop temps and even then it's 16.5c lowest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heaze2020 View Post
    I transplanted my 5 plants yesterday morning from indoors to outdoors. Now when I checked on them this morning the perfectly healthy leaves yesterday now have discolored brown edges. Could this be from going from led lighting to getting sun from 8:30am to 5:30pm full exposure ? Or could it be from me using superthrive for the transplant? Or possibly the temperature change, they got a constant 70-75 degrees in the house to 70 outside during the day yesterday to 52 last night? Any info would be greatly appreciatedClick image for larger version. 

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    How much superthrive did you use in how much water? Tap water?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CityDweller View Post
    I'm leaning more towards 52 farenheit or 11.1 Celsius temperature. Very cold for this stage. I wait until mid flower to drop temps and even then it's 16.5c lowest.
    Oh blimey yes, 11.1 Celsius is too cold for sure!

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