Good morning, I have shown these plants before. I know they were (are) females. I have read that they can be both male and female. I may have stressed them out trying to train them, keep in mind I’m new. Anyways, if you all could look at this picture I just took, tell me if I’m right or wrong if, I’m right what can I do if anything to save it. Thank you
@Shameless1963 ok it is early and I have been smoking but I don’t see any male balls…If you think you stressed her too much stop what you were doing…most times she will recover
me too, maybe that’s the problem.
Those are female calyxes. Male calyxes are attached to the crotch by a little stem and so they literally look like little testicles descending.
You’ve reached day 1 of flower, is what you’re seeing. And it’s a girl!
Yay! It’s a girl!
Is this the stage where I go to 12/12 lighting?
if they aare auto flower, stay at 18/6. If they are photo period, do 14/10. The flowers are already popping so you do not have to do 12/12, that is to stimulate flowering. 14 hrs will give you good flower production, 18 hrs if they are autoflower
Hey Mike, how are you? Ok leave lighting the way it is. Thanks. They are Autoflower
still trying to settle in from the move, it has be arduous to say the least
When you grow autoflowers, they can handle up to 20 hours of light a day easily. Some of us even go to 24 but I find that small rest period serves them well. They flower based on hormones and produce with as little as 5 hours of light but the longer the light, the larger the flowers so let the light flow…
Moves take awhile to get over, as I’m sure you know. I really appreciate your feedback on my questions, very helpful. Have a safe Holiday.