Meaning Hardening Off
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The process of gradually introducing plants grown indoors to the light, temperature and other conditions of the outdoors.
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To slowly acclimatize a plant to living outdoors, usually accomplished by leaving them outside for increasing amounts of time over a one to two week period.
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The process of acclimatisating plants, before planting them outside in the garden, that have been grown in a heated greenhouse or indoors. In late spring plants are moved outdoors on mild days but giv [..]
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To gradually introduce transplants (seedlings) to outdoors conditions before planting in the ground.
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Adapting a plant slowly to colder conditions
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The process of acclimatizing plants grown under protection, in the greenhouse for example, to cooler conditions outdoors.
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acclimating plants grown under protected areas to cooler conditions outdoors. This is normally done by leaving the plants outside during the day then bringing them undercover at night. This process no [..]
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  The process of getting a plant used to living outdoors. This is usually done over a period of a two or three weeks starting after the danger of the last frost is over. In the case of indoor herbs t [..]
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The process of gradually exposing seedlings started indoors to outdoor conditions before transplanting.
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Gradually increasing seedlings started indoors to the sun and wind outside. Usually started a week before transplanting. It increases the plant’s sun and temperature tolerance as well as strengthens the roots.
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The process or gradually exposing seedlings started indoors to outdoor conditions before transplanting.
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A process of exposing an indoor grown plant to the outside elements over a period of time to harden it to wider climate conditions. Hardening off is usually performed over several days with incr [..]
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moving flats of sprouting seedlings outdoors into the shade before finally planting them in the ground. Takes about two weeks.
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This is the method adopted to accustom plants to a cooler environment than the one in which they germinated. For example, plants that are germinated in a greenhouse are hardened off by being placed in [..]
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The process or gradually exposing seedlings started indoors to outdoor conditions before transplanting.
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Hardening off plants is where tender plants such as seedlings, half hardy annuals and young plants are gradually exposed to cooler, more exposed conditions.
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