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Outdoor seedlings -- flowering too early?
    #860161 - 05/08/23 01:41 PM (1 month, 19 hours ago)

Hello everyone. I'm new here, first time cannabis grower. I'm located in Portland, OR.

I germinated these seeds about one month ago. I've got them in 6-inch pots with regular organic potting soil. They've been getting natural light, no artificial light. They're probably 6-8 inches tall, but still quite skinny.

I started transitioning them to full sun last week, trying to prevent them from getting sunburn (although their tips did get a little burnt one day). Just yesterday I gave them their first dose of vegetative fertilizer.

They've been doing well, but I noticed that a few of them seem to be flowering, and I feel like it's too early for that. (Photo below). Is this normal? Did I do something wrong that triggered early flowering? Anything I should adjust?

I'm not expecting to grow the greatest weed in the world, but I would like to learn through this process. Thank you in advance.



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Re: Outdoor seedlings -- flowering too early? [Re: joze]
    #860162 - 05/08/23 02:56 PM (1 month, 17 hours ago)

They likely weren't getting enough hours of light before you transplanted them, nor after.  If you let them go, they should eventually revert back to veg, but it may take a month or so after the days get long enough.

They could also be autoflowers, in which case there's not much you can do.


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Re: Outdoor seedlings -- flowering too early? [Re: yoosername]
    #860163 - 05/08/23 04:06 PM (1 month, 16 hours ago)

Thanks for the reply.

That makes sense. It's Portland, so it's been fairly gloomy and overcast until the past week or so. It's been getting sunnier, so hopefully they will revert to vegetative growth. I just gave them their first dose of vegetative fertilizer as well.

If they don't revert, that's okay. This is my first time growing, and I started with a bunch of bag seeds I collected, so I have zero financial investment to worry about. It's also possible that some of the bag seeds were autoflower.

I will be posting my progress throughout the season. Thanks again.

joze


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Re: Outdoor seedlings -- flowering too early? [Re: joze]
    #860167 - 05/10/23 05:43 AM (30 days, 3 hours ago)

I live in the same area. Beginning of May is too early to put plants outdoors without supplemental lighting around here. Too many overcast days. They will definitely revert back eventually, it will just take some time is all.

Do you have a plan for keeping rain off of them in late summer/early fall.


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Re: Outdoor seedlings -- flowering too early? [Re: Hawksresurrection]
    #860169 - 05/10/23 12:00 PM (29 days, 20 hours ago)

My plan is letting mother nature run her course. My roommate grew some plants in our backyard last year and was very hands-off with them, and she got a pretty decent harvest.
That said, this is my first time doing this and I know I have a lot to learn, so I'm open to any recommendations. If rainy days are few and far between, I can move my plants into my shed.


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Re: Outdoor seedlings -- flowering too early? [Re: joze]
    #860193 - 05/17/23 11:32 AM (22 days, 21 hours ago)

Just wanted to give a short update on my plants. We had a major heatwave here in Portland but the plants have been handling it well, after that first initial sunburn. The plants are certainly looking bushier, the stems are stronger, and they are visibly growing every day.

Here are photos of my two plants that are prematurely flowering:


And here's a photo of one of the plants that is in a vegetative stage:


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