How long?

Discussion in 'Auto-Flowering Strains' started by Frank Nitty, Jun 6, 2018.

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    Frank Nitty

    Frank Nitty Well-Known Member

    From seed, how long does it usually take to go into flower?
     
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    SwiSHa85

    SwiSHa85 Well-Known Member

    Depends on a ton of different variables. Strain,pot size,nutes,training/topping,stress. You can plant 2 of the exact strain at the same time and can be totally different timing.
     
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    RoF

    RoF Well-Known Member

    To go into flower? 4 to 5 weeks. Not exclusively, but on average.
     
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    Frank Nitty

    Frank Nitty Well-Known Member

    This is 62 days from seed... I don't really remember what day it started flowering, so im trying to get the days straight, feel me? 1528322664143311556678.jpg
     
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    MATTYMATT726

    MATTYMATT726 Well-Known Member

    When you see the buds really start to fattening, thats when id start trying to figure out the days and look at trichs here and there. 5/6 weeks of flower is when they fatten(i believe).
     
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    Dendrophilly

    Dendrophilly Well-Known Member

    You've got a month to a month and a half; you should wait for the shade leaves to yellow and die off if you can. The guy that taught me said to go for 100% amber so i take it to the limit.
     
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    Frank Nitty

    Frank Nitty Well-Known Member

    Push it to the limit!!!
     
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    McStrats

    McStrats Well-Known Member

    There's a lot of bad info floating around out there and this has to be right up there. An auto with 100% amber trichs' makes me feel sluggish and dizzy.
     
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    MATTYMATT726

    MATTYMATT726 Well-Known Member

    At that point THC has already been degrading. I believe after 50-70%(can't remember) it begins to lower. I myself wouldn't wait past 30% amber when chopping.
     
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    Frank Nitty

    Frank Nitty Well-Known Member

    Hello there gentlemen.... And how are you on this fine day? Is it raining over there in New York State MattyMatt? Its been getting down over here in the home of Lebron...
     
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    MATTYMATT726

    MATTYMATT726 Well-Known Member

    Nope, sunny outside here. Man, I've been bored. Only day 39 and my res i just filled up sat, so another full week before I'll even need to do it again -_- i might need to do a photo after these Ripley's and some training to actually have something to do durring the grow XD i can actually start to smell them outside the tent now.
     

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    Frank Nitty

    Frank Nitty Well-Known Member

    Yeah I know, I took the day off from work and there's nothing to do, no worries... Oh yeah I know what I need to do, go to the hydro store and get some rockwool for some stems from the nl/big bud that i cut off when I snapped it... And i have some random bagseeds that have sprouted... Damn, I forgot about that stuff... And I still haven't heard back from mephisto or glg...glg has had my money order since thursday and have yet to let me know anything... It just says that the order is being processed... And im trying to pay mephisto with a credit card and I haven't heard anything from them besides that my order has been received, but how am I supposed to pay for it???
     
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    MATTYMATT726

    MATTYMATT726 Well-Known Member

    They send you an email. Might be in spam folder. I used paypal. They send a link in email, i click it and it logs me into my account directly to their page for checkout. Paypal is easiest imo.
     
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    McStrats

    McStrats Well-Known Member

    Don't wait for amber trichs' like you would with photos because they'll be past peak by then and the high will be sluggish. When 40% of the leaves have yellowed they are ready (if they did't get too much N)....and save the loupe for the photos :p
     
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    Dendrophilly

    Dendrophilly Well-Known Member

    I second that notion~
    Some of these auto strains seem like they wont produce amber trichomes. Maybe some trics are after harvesting and drying, but for a number of autos it can be impossible to take them to the percentage of amber you would look for with a photo period plant.
     
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