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How long should i wait to flower after transplanting?

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When you see some vigorous new growth then you know that the plant has gotten past the stress of transplanting and could be ready to flower if the size of the plant is right for your situation. 

Experience with a strain and your grow op will dictate when to flower.  The first run you will have to guess. Take notes. 

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