pic book Posted August 10, 2012 Report Share Posted August 10, 2012 When observed side-by-side, indica seed plants begin to flower when they get less than 15 hours of light, whereas indica clones begin to flower when they get less than 13 hours of light. Same cannabis strain, same room, same growing conditions, only diff is plants from from seeds or clones? It seems to hold true even if the seed plants are much older and as much as twice as big as the clones. Clones just by their being clones, are triggered to flower by a lesser light period. This suggests that cannabis plants for outdoors should be grown from seed. Seed will wait to begin flowering on about August 30 (at 13 hours of light). The seed plants will veg longer, get bigger, and fruit bigger, whereas the clones will trigger on July 18 (at 13 hours of light). Of course, clones will finish sooner by about 6 weeks than plants grown from seed? If observed by others to be true, this finding should be good for seed bank sales? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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