I planted 8 Super Auto Chaze plants on May 2. As of today, July 30, four plants are doing well but only two of them have any buds at all. The budded plants look to have at least a month left. This would make them 150 days old at harvest, and that is the fast ones.
Did I screw something up with the 22/2 light cycle this close to the Arctic Circle?
The growing season is final three weeks into August, which would have been plenty of time with 130 day plants. These look to not even be close for the most part. Without any means to make the outdoors dark is there anything that will make any difference?
I hope I am reading the plants incorrectly, all my experience is inside with rockwool. These are outside in soil, way different.
I took some pictures. First are two of the Super Auto Chaze, one has a few small buds the other nothing.
Then is an Auto Euforia bud, not a super, planted at the same time. Buds are doing OK in comparison.