2 weeks into flowering
ok so my plants are two weeks into flowering and they havnt done shit
im freakin out man
ive done a few grows and this has never hapend before its my first atempt at a scrog so i dunno if thats got anything to do with it (althought i cnt see a training method afecting the maturation of the plant)
they also go a little burnt by my light last week will this have anything to do with it?
also this is the second time theyve bin into flower as they we regenerated
underneeth the screen reeks of skunk more and more every day but there are no pistels on the tops at all and only a few under the screen
can anyone help?
Two weeks is about the length of time that you should DEFINITELY see pistils within.
Just FYI, regenerating a plant is pretty stressful. If you go that route, allow LOTS of time before flowering again- like, at least 2-3 months- to reduce stress and risk of herms. It will take at least a month to re-veg, and then the plant has to have a chance to return to normal vegetative growth, etc.
Plus the soil that the plant has been sitting in is probably what, at least 4 months old?
MAke sure your conditions are correct and if you ARE seeing SOME pistils, you should be okay, but keep an eye out for herm flowers.
it seems like my plants are still veging
i veged for like 4-5 weeks after they were harvested
but they were rely healthey and bushy there were no problems at all so i thought they were ready for flowering but i guess they aint
is there anything i can do to speed them up?
Not really. Just lay off the nitrogen and feed them with a good bloom fert.
The revegging process ALONE takes at LEAST a month, sometimes as much as 3. Grow and learn, though.
i got a few through yesterday and proberly twice as many today
im one happy bunny
i cant wait to see how there doing today lights dont come on til 3 tho
too long to wait
still taking ages this is 3 weeks into flowering im completly baffled as to what is wrong with them
quite proud of the scrog tho (first time scrogger)
think i should make a log?
Ohh look at them all perky. Those plants are happy. Nice work.
do you think its just a slow flowering strain?