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You got a whole plant pic , be easier to tell if it is flowering. Those are female pre flowers, plants will display them when mature in veg, and at the start of flower.  Are these clone or seed? Often clones display them their whole life, I have a few with prominent pre flowers.

 

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thanks @glued gorilla for the reply, ill get a whole plant pic in a second, ill run outside. it was a mother plant for im not sure how long so it was started from seed, i have had it outside since july 7 so i would think it still has 3-4 weeks of veg left still, some time early mid september? mostly just wanted to make sure it wasnt anything wrong, obviously you cant control the light cycle so much outdoors so if it starts to flower it is what it is.

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Yup, that works! Yeah, she is not flowering. Light is on the decline, and will probably start showing signs soon. Those are just pre flowers, that have probably been there a lot longer than you have noticed them.

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1 hour ago, keffdu said:

@blackhorse okay, so it’s just coming a little early then... I was expecting 2nd week of august like you were saying. Should I do anything differently then?

Different genetics trigger at different times. Some plants are going now, some are not. My buddy has grown the same blueberry cross for 8+ years, it always shows first flowers the week after 4th of July. It did exactly the same this year. It is one of the few plants that actually finish before October. Not to say black horse is wrong, just IMO, it is genetics not the weather making them flower early.  The Critical night period of a plant will dictate when it starts to flower.

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On 7/25/2020 at 2:03 PM, glued gorilla said:

Different genetics trigger at different times. Some plants are going now, some are not. My buddy has grown the same blueberry cross for 8+ years, it always shows first flowers the week after 4th of July. It did exactly the same this year. It is one of the few plants that actually finish before October. Not to say black horse is wrong, just IMO, it is genetics not the weather making them flower early.  The Critical night period of a plant will dictate when it starts to flower.

I just thought it odd that plants are flowering already. Got 4 different strains and all of them are flowering now. It hasn't been that cool at night here, so not sure why the change. Doesn't matter when they start flowering as I usually harvest the first week of October. Once it starts raining, they are pulled.

 

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Just now, blackhorse said:

I just thought it odd that plants are flowering already. Got 4 different strains and all of them are flowering now. It hasn't been that cool at night here, so not sure why the change. Doesn't matter when they start flowering as I usually harvest the first week of October. Once it starts raining, they are pulled.

 

Are they strains you have done?  Are they in full sun? Many varieties aren't flowering yet, but many are. A bigger garden I know with 15 varieties, has 6 flowering and 9 not. As of this past Saturday (July 25). Personally, i think it is  a good thing, as long as they are decent sized. Way less chance of mold from fall rains if they can come down mid September, and they will be able to run till ripe. Not just till mother nature tells you have to.

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5 minutes ago, glued gorilla said:

Are they strains you have done?  Are they in full sun? Many varieties aren't flowering yet, but many are. A bigger garden I know with 15 varieties, has 6 flowering and 9 not. As of this past Saturday (July 25). Personally, i think it is  a good thing, as long as they are decent sized. Way less chance of mold from fall rains if they can come down mid September, and they will be able to run till ripe. Not just till mother nature tells you have to.

Usually keep an eye on trichomes, but once it starts raining they get pulled. This is first or second week of October. Ran these strains last year and not in full sun. Better lighting this year.

 

 

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1 minute ago, blackhorse said:

Usually keep an eye on trichomes, but once it starts raining they get pulled. This is first or second week of October. Ran these strains last year and not in full sun. Better lighting this year.

 

 

Strange man! You would think given more sun than the previous season, that they might even show later. Hope they are of decent size for you. Sounds like they might come in a bit early. Hope you have great harvest!

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8 hours ago, blackhorse said:

I just thought it odd that plants are flowering already. Got 4 different strains and all of them are flowering now. It hasn't been that cool at night here, so not sure why the change. Doesn't matter when they start flowering as I usually harvest the first week of October. Once it starts raining, they are pulled.

 

 

I see a lot of corn tasseling out early because it was hot and dry. 

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