I think I see pistils forming near the nodes. What do you know about the genetics? Maybe it needed a longer veg time to be mature enough to flower. I really don't know.5 weeks since flip and no buds ????
Ph 5.5 - 6.2
Temps are in 80's F and humidity has been high too. Other seeds/plants from same order are doing fine.
Is it a bad seed? Ruderalis plant? WTF ??
any insight would be great.
Thanks Tracker for the response.I think I see pistils forming near the nodes. What do you know about the genetics? Maybe it needed a longer veg time to be mature enough to flower. I really don't know.
Are the others that are flowering fine germinated at the same time, in the same grow media, getting the same nutes, in the same tent now?
I don't think it's ruderalis. Those are autoflowering genetics. It would def be flowering by now regardless of 12/12 or 24/0 light.
Check your timing of your lights for that plant.Thanks Tracker for the response.
Seeds are Amnesia Trance - from a reputable source
3 seeds germinated at same time
1 soil, 2 hydro
soil plant has buds and is 5 weeks from plucking
this hydro was flipped before soil because of size difference
The other hydro seed had issues in it's youth and had to be used for cloning - in which a clone was started in the other GH hydrofarm.
(vegging now - flipping this weekend)
All 3 are in separate tents in same room, same general growing environment.
Hydro's are using GH hydro nutes, soil is using GH soil nutes.
WOULD THAT BE 14 HOURS DARK OR LIGHT?A 10/14 photoperiod will have the plant flowering faster as well. There's a lot of old school types from the equatorial regions as well as the southern hemisphere in a lot of different polyhybrid crosses and it can surface in a lot of the modern seeds. But in your situation your growing a haze recombinant highbrid and it's definitely what some still call a true Sativa or a Narrow Leaf Drug Cultivar.
It's going to probably stretch for a few weeks and then some, so if female your looking at anywhere from 12-16 weeks of flowering time. It can triple in size as well