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Dolomite

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I think those 5-6 degrees of latitude are perhaps enough to speed things up for you, but it could be the strain too.

Nevermind! You’re getting more sunlight than I am — must be the strain.
When are you expecting yours to flower?
 

Dolomite

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Grandma Weedstein

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When are you expecting yours to flower?
I was hoping they’d be flowering by now but no such luck. These are crosses I made last year. They each had an early flowering parent but apparently didn’t inherit that trait. Unfortunately I don’t have the capacity to flower a whole buttload of plants. Yours look good, tho!
 

codster25

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I was hoping they’d be flowering by now but no such luck. These are crosses I made last year. They each had an early flowering parent but apparently didn’t inherit that trait. Unfortunately I don’t have the capacity to flower a whole buttload of plants. Yours look good, tho!
Im at 46N in Ontario Canada and I’m still waiting on my photos to flower as well.
 

codster25

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Thanks for all the help...

Do you think the fewer hours of light is what is making the autos take longer? I thought they were genetically programmed to flower after a certain time regardless...
They basically are in the fact that they are not photo period sensitive. I have autos going now in my yard that are 75 days old and getting close but ones I tossed in the bush ( same age and strain) started flowering later.
 
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Grandma Weedstein

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They basically are in the fact that they are not photo period sensitive. I have autos going now in my yard that are 75 days old and getting close but ones I tossed in the bush ( same age and strain) started flowering later.
I haven’t grown autos but from what I’ve seen on here, it seems like you’re better off having them flower later so they put on size, no?

I’ve seen a few photos of like 3 inch autos in full flower, which seems a tad too eager to flower.
 

codster25

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I haven’t grown autos but from what I’ve seen on here, it seems like you’re better off having them flower later so they put on size, no?

I’ve seen a few photos of like 3 inch autos in full flower, which seems a tad too eager to flower.
If I’m growing outdoor, my favorite time to flower autos is in the mid summer sun. I find that they can finish to there full potential and are stronger in mid summer IMO.

This is a week ago, usually get about 4 ounces on average give or take off of my autos in 10 or 15 gallon containers.

I find they take at least 80 days and often more if I want lots of amber trics.
 

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