hey im gonna make this question as simple as i can lol, cuz the outdoor photoperiod and early flowering plants confuses me. basically, if the photoperiod changes at the same time for a given area, why does it matter if a plant is a early flowering plant. doesnt the photoperiod decide when the plant flowers? or does early flowering plants just mean that they grow fast, so that when the photoperiod does change over, the plants are bigger and can produce more buds instead of being immature and not producing as much. if you plant a seed in july, when the photoperiod changes it will just be very small, but it will still bud correct? im thinking that early flowering just means that they mature quick so that when it does change, they can be as big as possible and produce the most buds as possible, opposed to a plant that takes long to mature and grow to its full size and does not get the maximum amount of bud...? does this make sense....any critism or help is appreciated, thanks.