We've had a cloudy rainy summer and the sun is now moving behind our tree line so the direct light on our deck is probably 4-5 hours/day. I decided to move indoors to finish. I popped two Bonza Girl Scout Cookies auto seeds, growing in 16 gallons of Coast of Maine Bar Harbor Blend potting soil. One plant is a runt/not doing much of anything. The other is doing alright. I've fertilized with Cost of Maine Organic granular fertilizer 5-2-4 twice, and watered twice with Neptunes Harvest 2-3-1 twice. Just before bringing them in I top dressed with 1 tbls of Kelp meal and 2 tbls of ground malted barley. I got a touch of nute burn after the top dressing. Most water has been natural rainfall. I've never grown an auto before, so I don't know what stage of flower they're in, but I'm not seeing a stretch or bud stacking like my photo plants produce.. at least yet. Any suggestions to help my one big plant finish strong? I'm doing this grow 100% organic.