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Removed started grow question 5 years ago
I'm wondering why is she flowering so slowly, I've uploaded a photo of the main stem, any thoughts?
Has she got weak genetics? I mean, at 56 days the buds should be in progress, should I trow her away or will she produce something? She seems stuck..
May the light be the problem?
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39 comments · 4 years ago
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Week 8
Leaves. Too few
flyingfish answered grow question 4 years ago
All is just fine. Give time to her and less stress and she is becoming a queen that will make you very happy! :)
Finsfan answered grow question 4 years ago
I think it's mostly because of the strain, possibly more sativa genetics? I had a sativa hybrid go to week 16 before. It was pretty nuts and aggravating lol.
However, I also noticed you burned them a lil bit with the tips yellowing and curling. The curling I believe is usually a nitrogen problem.
So stressing them out adds some time as well. I know this because I stressed my plants in flower rn which went to flower the same time as my others, but were way smaller due to nute burn. You're doing fine tho man, don't stress it. I think they look good, just need a lot more time. You're patience will reward you in the end I'm sure.
B4RNS answered grow question 4 years ago
Flowering has started in week 7 , not week 5 when you saw the first pre-signs... so technically you’re in week 5 of Blooming not week 7 , she’s far far away from the bud swell that you’re expecting now ;)
BigDaddyK answered grow question 4 years ago
It’s the lights bro , it will take longer , looks nice tho , I had my first led crop take 13 weeks to flower , ( that’s was on top of 6 vegging !!! )
Carpe_Diem answered grow question 4 years ago
Light probably was the problem before because your strain looks to me very stretch. Maybe you put your light to high up on veg stage.
Also looks like you are over feeding your plant with nutrients because of the brown on the leaves.
In my opinion your plant is stress. You should water you plant with ph water for about 3 times and then consider look up in your quantity of nutrients you are giving.
Hope it help m8
Happy growings
CAMOGROWN answered grow question 4 years ago
Rqs auto's suck! Full stop. They either don't flower or produce crap burs. Check my autos what are still going 18 weeks later.. Choose a better breeder for autos next time
Stick answered grow question 4 years ago
She's really late but forgive her : she's also really big ! Don't give up on her, she will provide you a lot of buds and your patience will pay. You can try to lower the distance between your apex and your light but pay attention to the distribution of light: all the branches of the bottom must also take advantage of it. Also, just by curiosity, do you often disassemble and clean your led panel? Are you sure your led panel is 100% functional ? I'll be around, looking for your next updates, until then good luck (and patience) with this monster bro !
Thegermling509 answered grow question 4 years ago
Bro you're growing in soil, the nutrients in that soil are depleted by now. Unless youre supplying the plant with flowering nutes (you dont have any nutes on your stats on week 9 thats why I say this) that plants not flowering as it should be. Its close to the time of when it should be harvested, ive never been in this predicament so I dont know what else to say.
DudeGrowsWeed answered grow question 5 years ago
Do not throw away. Wow, she’s huge! Bud sites are definitely developing. I had a similar long veg period with my auto lemon. I considered chopping her too, but glad I didn’t. She wound up yielding almost 4 oz! A little more patience should pay off for you. :+1:
Jeff123fish answered grow question 5 years ago
To me it’s your timeline that’s off a bit she’s just finishing her stretch so I don’t think she’s as far along as you had thought. She is definitely huge though and is in beautiful shape. Nice job be patient and enjoy your grow
Removed answered grow question 5 years ago
First of all, take it easy, everything looks fine. If you mean it won't be ready by week 9, don't worry most autos take a bit more time than stated.
Looking at the other weeks it looks your plant is just finishing it's stretch phase. I would say 4 or 5 more weeks to go