lol - thanks, I was hoping you'd like that one
What's up Uncle Ben? Lol good crap.. Never read your wall, I should have! 5stars
honored. truly not worthy. doing a rain dance right now to send this shit weather south to cali. ok, not dancing, just ripping tubes.
Looks like your box is full this time.... I hear ya dude, pent up resentment
I took your advice and decided to go 11.5 hours on and 12.5 hours off, and it worked! My plants have been flowering for two days and I couldn't be happier except that I need your advice about another problem I'm having now. Since I'm limited by the number of words I can right in visitor messages, could you please go to the forum of Outdoor Growing and look for the thread: Transplanting During the Earliest Stage of Flowering. Thanks again for all your help, brother.
Thanks for the info about bringing my outside sativa plants inside for more than 12 hours a day to force flower them. I'm going to take your advice and try 11 hours and 20 minutes on and 12 hours and 40 minutes off, and I'll see how that works.
I have another question for you, UncleBuck. I feed my plants once a week every Tuesday. I had been giving them grow nutrients until a week ago from yesterday, and then began giving them the scheduled bloom nutrients when I attempted to start force flowering the plants. The strain I'm growing normally has a flowering time of 70 to 75 days. Since the plants haven't began to flower yet, should I wait to begin the countdown until they actually begin the process or should I let the 75 days max begin from the time I started giving the plants the bloom nutrients? My guess as a novice grower would be that I don't start the 75 day countdown until the plants actually begin to flower. Please leave a visitor message at my account to reply.
Have you seen echelon's signature about you..are members allowed to say something like that?
cant leave them here either wont let me upload from my computer needs a url ill make a photobucket account
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