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      kingleonidis
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      Yeah. I've f'ed up this plan for sure and it sucks. We had it in the vegetative stage for 7 weeks. The plants are very tall.

      I"ve kept the ph around 6.0 for the most part.

      I think my biggest issue was the ventilation and I believe that played the biggest factor. It was just way too humid and stagnant in my tent. I'm heading out to get my fan and filter today.

      As of now, I'm just hoping to get some decent bud from these plants and do better for my next grow.
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      rocpilefsj
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      How long did you have them in veg for? There is no set veg time, just make sure you have enough room to flower them, they can double in size from veg to flower! The lengthy vegetative state does not affect your flowering time, if you have huge plants from vegging for so long it may take longer for some of your lower growth to finish up as opposed to the upper growth which of course sees a lot more light. Even if you veg for a year your flowering time should still be around the stated flowering time for the strain. Another tip for you, the times breeders give for flowering time are usually based on optimum lab like conditions which probably 90% of growers do not have. So if a strain says it take 6-8 weeks for instance, it will more than likely take at least 8 and maybe even up to 10...
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