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Removed started grow question 3 years ago
Why is this plant taking so long to form a proper bud? any idea?
Gorilla zkittlez outdoor '19
11 weeks
Gorilla zkittlez outdoor '19 thc_reviewr
Gorilla Zkittlez
12 comments · 3 years ago
Week 10
Buds. Not fattening
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @thc_reviewr! Either you have a male, or she's struggling with the sun schedule. GreenBuzzLiquids has a product for that, "FastBuds" is supposed to increase the speed of the transition from the vegetative stage to the flowering stage, some hormones can help to shorten this process. You can defoliate a bit, preparing light penetration for the incoming bud sites, ensure it's not a male by taking a daily closeup look at the nodes, and just be patient...When it comes to home-growing, patience is the key :sunglasses: Hope this will help, keep us updated and happy growing! :facepunch:
DILLIGAF answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi mate photoperiods grown outdoors under natural light take longer to transition into flower than those grown indoors simply because the sun rises and sets a little later each day as autumn arrives.
Indoors its instantly dark the same time everyday which helps the plant transition faster where as the sun gradually sets and gets dark slower If you know what i mean . :grinning:
Hope this has helped
LongJohn420 answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi! You have a photoperiod strain. It will start to flower once it gets closer to 12/12 sunlight / darkness untill that it will just grow size once 12/12 it kicks in flowering and seems like she's just starting to flower. Autoflowers start to flower usually after 5th node.
Hope this helps happy growing!
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
I just grew this strain indoors and it took a bit for her to get going and the buds didn't get very large. Plant looks healthy and it's not anything you are doing wrong, just the genetics! :four_leaf_clover::muscle:
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
Because it is a photo period strain, which goes into bloom when the day starts to become shorter at the end of june/ early july (or december / january if you are on the other side of the world), as stated by Barney's Farm, the strain should be done in early October (or April) when grown outdoors.