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indoorontario started grow question 3 years ago
At day 76 for flowering and still not ripe, is this normal for cheese and gorilla strains in soil? Or am I counting wrong? Do I start counting from the flip? Or from when you start seeing pistils?
4 strain seeds in soil
19 weeks
4 strain seeds in soil indoorontario
+3 strains
9 comments · 3 years ago
Week 15
Techniques. Defoliation
GreenHouseLab answered grow question 3 years ago
Every grow is different and like all strains there are different pheno types so it's always best to use a jeweller loupe to verify and find out for sure.
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @indoorontario! 10 week into flowering is a common thing, and many environmental factors could impact the duration of the late flowering stage. They are close from being ready, but you don't want to rush anything. As always with home growing, patience is the key :sunglasses: You did a great job, keep us updated on the harvest and happy growing! :facepunch:
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
Most breeders count from flip, others start from when they see flowers. I found always planning for a day 63 harvest works the best and then adjusting by how they look. Everything from stress (excess defoliation) to different phenotypes can effect when to harvest. Canuck Seedbank says the cheese should be ready in about 53 days.. that's why I don't really trust breeder's timelines and plan for a minimum of 63 days and go from there. happy growing!! :facepunch:
LongJohn420 answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi! Start count when flip to 12/12. It's normal phenotype differences.. Some might get ready bit earlier. Hope this helps out. Happy harvest! Hehe I'm sure it's gonna be looks good :ok_hand:
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
You start from the flip. While not usual to take that long, it's not unusual. Be patient