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420SirSmokeAlot started grow question 4 years ago
So im almost at week 6 but still no signs of flower.
Is this normal for an auto?
She got really bushy so i have another hair Cut to let the light in deep.
When will i see flowers?
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Experimentgreen answered grow question 4 years ago
Hey there, your plant looks great, good leaf and plant structure. So its just a matter of time...being patient has been my biggest battle. Out of my 3 grows this summer, not a single one went with the breeders time projections. But also every plant is different even with same seeds you'll see varying time frames. If you're at 6 weeks i think you should begin seeing the wispy hairs at least and then slowly more and more pistils will appear. Good luck with the grow, it seems to be doing great so far, so just keep making her happy, try not adding anymore stresses and it'll happen in its own time. :v:
OutForReal answered grow question 4 years ago
Hello ! She's on her way , the 1st pistils should appear soon don't worry. Like others told you , stop defoliating , your plant is trying to recover each time and makes the veg longer , instead of cutting your leaves you can try to knit them together , it is a bit more tricky as you will have to do it serval tie in a week but it will not stress your plant. I hope it will help you :grin::+1:
Stick answered grow question 4 years ago
Hi @420SirSmokeAlot! Some strains take longer, especially if you did some manipulations such as LST or defoliation. Each time you tuck some leaves or bend a stem, you slow down the growth (plant needs a few days to recover). Moreover, it looks like this plant is suffering from heat (leave are curling upward), you may need to increase your plant<--->light distance, or reinforce your global airflow. Preflowers should be coming soon, patience is the key :grinning:. If nothing happens in the next 3 weeks, you may consider flipping to 12/12 light schedule, to trigger flowering. Hope this will help, keep us up-to-date and happy growing :facepunch:
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
Stop defoliating the plant, as long as you keep doing that, it will keep trying to regrow its foliage and delay the flowering.