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Old 08-06-2017, 02:49 PM #1
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What is a better name for these type of genetics??

Strains which need only 4 hours of dark to trigger flowering.

They're not "Autoflowering," since they continually veg under 22-24hr lighting. They're not "Early Flowering," because the term is already used for strains with short flowering times.

Is there an appropriate term out there? Short photo? Long day? Low dark? What's the best way to get the term into regular use?
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Short photo period is the correct term I believe, but I wouldn't stake my life on it.
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I think folks use semi-auto
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photosensitive? here people call them earlies witch is confusing
semi auto i think can be some autoflower and some are regular 12/12 or some autoflower and some are 'photosensitive' some of photosensitives can be also triggered to flower by root stress but if you put them outside they will go back to veg in spring north latitudes where sunlight is like 18-24 hours a day. in north 60 they need to start flower some where around 16-18hours daylight that they will finnish there are faster and slower ones..

super-auto i think is just big autoflower but there might be some auto genes in photosensitive ones too witch make them semi-auto i think

if that make sense lol im bit hangover and stoned

also you can clone a ''tru earlie'' '' photosensitive'' and clones get about big as small autoflowers or medium autoflowers

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Short photo period is the correct term I believe, but I wouldn't stake my life on it.
Really good suggestion. If it is, there aren't a whole lot of folks using it. Sounds good to me, yet searches bring up nothing related. (site:icmag.com short photo period) Pulls up a lot of DJShort and references to 11 hrs of dark being 'short.' lol

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I think folks use semi-auto
Yes, I've seen this as well. The issue is they're not auto at all. As mentioned, given 22-24hr lighting they continually stay in veg.

It's the most often used term, with several rather detailed discussions on why it's bad terminology.... the cornfusion rums deep
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photosensitive? here people call them earlies witch is confusing
semi auto i think can be some autoflower and some are regular 12/12 or some autoflower and some are 'photosensitive' some of photosensitives can be also triggered to flower by root stress but if you put them outside they will go back to veg in spring north latitudes where sunlight is like 18-24 hours a day. in north 60 they need to start flower some where around 16-18hours daylight that they will finnish there are faster and flower ones..

super-auto i think is just big autoflower but there might be some auto genes in photosensitive ones too witch make them semi-auto i think

if that make sense lol im bit hangover and stoned

also you can clone a ''tru earlie'' '' photosensitive'' and clones get about big as small autoflowers or medium autoflowers
See how confusing the whole subject has become? lol
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I call them Semi Auto...

Why?
Because anybody that pops those beans under a normal vegetative light cycle (with a dark period) will experience auto flowering type characteristics. It's likely that one could produce autoflowering lines from this type of starting point.

When I see the term 'sensitive' I think "easily stressed"... In this case, via photoperiod.
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What variety is this you speak of ? One that 4 hours of dark triggers flowering, you have my attention, lol.
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I've got a cross, DTOG, that displays similar characteristics in 25% of the offspring.
I call it Cherry Berry. It looks like this...
Greengenes Cherrybomb crossed into Malawi (Cherry Malawi) made into F2s then crossed to Joeyweeds Sugarberry (male).

Now I'm not sure what causes this phenomenon (auto) to happen being I can't seem to find autos anywhere in the lines used. The seed is also at the F1 (poly x poly) stage so that throws my thinking off even more.
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