llegedly light period is more of a factor than temperature..
we have been through this before..I still dont believe it.
it just doesnt make sense logically.
I think they are equally important,
or low temp is slightly more inportant than light period.
because less light + 80 dgrees = not dormant, because of high temps.
but no decreased photoperiod + 40 degrees = dormant.
yes, ideally you need both, decreased photoperiod and decreased temp.
but I dont think anyone (including me) has ever proved that one is MORE important than the other..so I dont think "Light period is more of a factor than temperature" is an accurate statement..its simply an unproven opinion.
as is my opposing theory.
(although I did prove my theory based on bonsai trees, but not CPs)