Probably around that I've never counted the days. Some of it depends on the strain, I think. This round I'm starting the females out a week earlier; these males always seem to mature faster than the females.
All sux as usual.....
I put nine of these GDP S1 x GDP f3 plants into bloom today, leaving the two taller plants that I think might be male under 18/6. I took six of the others and put them into my daytime tent so I can repot them as soon as I get a chance (no soilless mix again); they look pretty bad. The last six are cut in half because the lower branches lived and under t5s; they looked worse. It'll be a few weeks before they look like plants.
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Out of 24 GDP S1 x GDP f3 seedlings from 2 separate mothers, 1 didn't germinate, 1 was culled (male), 1 was picked as a father, 7 dried up and had to be cut down to a smaller size (which set them back from the rest of this grow), and the last 14 are under 12/12. Most of the 14 look female, which are pretty bad numbers. Maybe this next generation will normalize the male:female ratio. Here's 4 of them:
Here's most of the offspring from the first crossing with that GDP S1 mother above (a couple of these pics suck). They don't seem to be as frosty, but it's still early. I like what I see so far, but I see some brown hairs too. I better check for hermies: