Stages of growth question

Discussion in 'First Time Marijuana Growers' started by odoylerules1021, Apr 30, 2006.

  1. Ok, so this is what i understand abou the stages of growth. First there is vegatative state where the plant grow its size. The there the flowering state where it gets buds and flowers. My question is: Does the flowering state of growth happen naturally or does the grower have to do something to the plant to make it flower? Also, if something is done by the grower to induce flowering how early can you incude flowering and how would that affect final out some? Also, does it take longer to grow a sinsemilla(not pollinating flowers plant) than a plant that hasn't been flowered? sorry for the long post but i a noob grower.
     

  2. if the grow is indoors you will have to induce it by putting your lights on for 12 hours then off for 12 hours. if its outdoors it happens naturally in the summer in north america. the earliest that i would induce flowering is after about a month from sprouting. and if you did it earlier while the plant was still little you would simply have less bud than what you would have got if you did it later. no it doesnt take longer growing sinsemilla. the flowers do not have to waste energy on producing seeds. i dont think you got what sinsemilla is right... sinsemilla is buds with no seeds. a plant that hasnt been flowered is rendered useless unless you put it into flower.
     

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