I have two types plants of unknown type, probly Gelato and / or Cookies & Cream or an New York OG something. Inherited them from an abandoned Mexican grow. Got them 1st week of June already about a foot tall (all different sizes). They are in different size pots, 1 gal, 3 gal I think, and IDK if 5 gal. They had all been in the ground and were thrown into the pots temporarily to move. Also the soil is not good soil. When the Mex’s started there was no phagnum moss or perlite or Coco choir for the dirt companies and they bought cheap dirt for a giant grow with sticks in it because they were using chemical nutes
Also, there has been no water again today.? But every one of them is root bound, some 3 & 5 gal only have half the dirt in them they should. I am disabled and didn’t get help transplanting them & I’m In Oregon where the heat has been so bad and had half them in the half shade all this time. I was still going to transplant them any day now, but the nights turned TEMPORARILY QUITE a bit colder at night and 85 to 90 degree days for 4 days right when I gave them double food (Liqui-Dirt with bat guano & all the goodies in it, doesn’t say the NPK). Two days later they started to flower and I still want to transplant but worry they might stop flowering. Also because it is going to get hot again. The light didn’t change, but it got cold, and I did give them a little extra food, but not a lot more than the past. It’s going to get HOT again. I don’t know if it’s too early for flower or if they are on schedule. I don’t know if they are autoflower because the Mexicans had built greenhouses I assume to light deprive them in succession so that their 22,000 sq feet didn’t flower all at once. I want them to continue to flower because it would be hard for me to finish them all later in the year and since we have LaNina, we could get early monsoon rains or who knows what in October or especially in November too cold and wet & mold like my first year 2 years ago if they go back into veg now.
I need to know
#1 Do you think they might be autoflower, it’s strange they ALL went into flower both types on the SAME DAY after stress and no water for 2 days and cold nights and then EXTRA Liqui-Dirt. Do you think all three things put them into flower or was it just close to time autoflower (Don’t know if the Mexicans plant autoflower???
#2 will it hurt to transplant drop into bigger pots??? I don’t want them to veg. I moved half of them from the half shade to the sun, but the ones in the sun started flowering on same day. (40 or so medium size plants, hope to cobb many to make it simple for me to harvest).
#4 approx how long they will be in flower (when will they finish)
#4 I’m growing ORGANIC, is there an organic flowering nute I can give or just stick with Liqui-Dirt.
#5 I was going to lollipop them but some would end up with only one or two branches if I did. But should I go ahead and remove some small bottom and inside branches or at least leaves? Or should I lollipop some of them 1/3 bottom anything?
I’m worried also if I don’t transplant they won’t produce very many flowers.
#6 Edit: If I do decide to transplant should I then wait to trim the thicker middle branches / leaves?