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    ah i need some help on this one

    well i want my morning glories to flower, however ive got a huge problem! theres not enouph light inside for them to flower!!!

    ok now there vined all up my grow rack, how can i get them off the rack and get them outside?

    i cant just move the grow rack outside theres no way

    maybe give them a chop and make cuttings?

    please i need some ideas or im screwed.

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    Provide extra light with growlights?
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    i have a 2 48inch light fixture with 2 40 watt bulbs and its next to a huge north facing window

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    can anyone please give me some idea's for this?

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    As I remember morning glories twine with their actual stem, not separate tendrils. But what I can't remember is if they have nodes where the leaves connect to the stem, nodes that can activate when a cut is made. I figure you can unwind as much as possible, or (if there are nodes) cut the top part off as much as you want to remove it and get as many nodes on the remaining vine as possible. By doing this you'll get a bushier vine and it should recover ok.

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