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    Happy New Year Quick?

    If they say eight weeks to harvest does that mean from when you switch to 12/12 or when first flower shows? I have a microscope and only about 60% cloudy and no amber.
    Using 650w LED
    General Hydro
    65-70rh
    70F +/- 5F
    Going to keep checking trichomes
    TIA

    #2
    I always assumed it meant from 12/12. I may be wrong, let's find out. I take all the specs provided by seed breeders with a very large grain of salt.
    Current Grow:
    2 LSD, 2 Skywalker OG, 1 Alien OG All Auto-flowering
    Soil in 5 gallon pots. Indoors,

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    • BU2B
      BU2B commented
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      I find it much more reliable to start counting from when you first see flowers - which depending on genetics can be anywhere from 3-10 days after switching to 12/12. 8 weeks is extremely generic as it is the average flowering time for ALL annuals on the planet regardless of species.

    #3
    I thought it started when pistils started showing and then like mentioned above I was told it’s a generic number.

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    • SoOrbudgal
      SoOrbudgal commented
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      It's a rough estimate just go by a jewlers loupe or phone magnifier rarely finish on time that breeders say.

    #4
    "They" lie, your plants don't, listen to them.

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      #5
      Eight weeks to harvest means 8 weeks from when you switch to 12/12.

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