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RQ Seeds North.Lights.delayed flowering.DWC.

Talk is cheap so I do my best to give you an overview here of what I have going on in my tent, purpose of this post is to get some of your advice about the certain strain im growing atm. and also to share mine with yours and hopefully I will get these girls finished and post some dry weights and strain reports in the end.



First things first.

DR240 tent- really nice quality piece of equipment, mine is 1,2m*2,4m*2m

homemade bubble buckets-each has an airstone. all connected to each other and a reservour. water pump 24/7 on to keep water circulating. several airpumps to keep all buckets and reserv. well airated.

600w digital hps with brand new sunplant bulb.cheap reflector

rhino pro for odour with td silent fan(excellent piece of craftmanship,super quiet at full power. Passive fresh air intake from outside.

Canna veg and flower nutes. EC and PH meters ofc. and weekly recalibrated/checked.

Now my problem here is that even tho they are Autos and they are about 5-6 weeks old, have developed pre flowers 3-4 weeks ago, they are still not producing no real flowers, so I decided to force flower them and I switched my lights from 20 hours a day to 12/12 cycle four days ago. Recently I have changed my Veg canna range nutes from veg to bloom and am now keeping the EC around 1,35 with my background tap ec 0.35. ph constant between 5.5 and 5.9. Any ideas what can I do here? They are quite big allready, otherwise healthy little cunts but now they seems to have stopped growing and no visual stretch really.

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Hi mate. Never grown these before nor have i used dwc. But if they haven't flowered themselves by now then i guess they aren't true auto's. Only thing you can do now is keep the 12/12 cycle.

I'm nearly sure i have grown RQ seeds before but never had any issues so maybe it's this strain specific, but i dunno.

Get in touch with them directly and tell them whats going on.

By the looks of those tips they're nute burned.

Atb

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Hi mate. Never grown these before nor have i used dwc. But if they haven't flowered themselves by now then i guess they aren't true auto's. Only thing you can do now is keep the 12/12 cycle.

I'm nearly sure i have grown RQ seeds before but never had any issues so maybe it's this strain specific, but i dunno.

Get in touch with them directly and tell them whats going on.

By the looks of those tips they're nute burned.

Atb

Cheers bro, I'll ask them directly

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for me these where a very high yielding but long flowering strain my pre flowers were probs at week 4 on these in soil

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for me these where a very high yielding but long flowering strain my pre flowers were probs at week 4 on these in soil

Dude please tell me, if they started showing preflowers at week 4, then when did they really start producing flowers, im at week 6.

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It was a while back mate im talking years think they came down week 11-12 so - 6 weeks of that so you should be seeing early buds now

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