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Johnd1995 started grow question 3 years ago
Hello all my blue dream from humbledolt seed bank have started to flower even thou they are photoperiods they are currently 8 weeks 1 day from sprout they have been in the tent with autoflowers which are flowering would this cause an issue ? Has anyone else experienced this ?
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Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @Johnd1995! This is really strange and if you don't change your light schedule to 12/12 right now, plants might start to re-veg. Either you have/had a light-leak in the tent, making the photoperiods think it's fall and it's time to flower, either you have autos and you were not aware, or your plants went through a high intensity stress, making the blooming hormones appear earlier than planned. In this situation I would double-check inside the tent for any light-leak, then switch the timer to 12/12 to prevent the photoperiods from re-entering into the vegetative stage. You'll have to choose between your autos and your photos, both won't be fully happy unless you split into 2 spaces with 2 different light schedules. Hope this will help, keep us updated and happy growing! :facepunch:
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
A photo-period needs 12 hours of uninterrupted darkness to go to flower. It's believed they have a hormone that builds up with the lights off and and gets destroyed when the lights get turned on. So either your light schedule is wrong, or you have all autoflower plants!! Other autoflower plants won't trigger photo-peroids from flowering. It's all about the light schedule. It's possible you got the wrong seeds from the seedbank or you planted the wrong ones!
DILLIGAF answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi mate with 20/4 lighting schedule a photo period strain should NOT flower so I reckon Either the seeds got mixed up with an auto strain before they came to you or afterwards .
LongJohn420 answered grow question 3 years ago
Ok I thought it was 12/12.. but then they are preflowers that's pretty normal plant so big.Outdoor this happens before actual flowering period. Cheers :pray: