SAM, THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE CORRECTIONS AND YOUR INSIDER KNOWLEDGE!
Acknowledgements also to all the others who find errors and add additional informations. I'll successively adapt and correct my first post accordingly.
So, it was really YOU who 'invented' Finola? Freaking gorgeous, really!!
I still have a question concerning your statement
Finola is not autoflowering.
But it's supposed to start flowering at an age of 25 to 30 days... What triggers flower onset if not time/age? Is it the plants size? I can't see how Finola could be photoperiodic when it starts flowering in early summer high up north where they have up to 20 hour daylight (if only a mean of 10 hours sunshine). And where's the practical difference for a farmer/grower? I mean, it flowers very early and this is all that counts, right? Or did I miss a point concerning the definition of auto-flowering (which may easily be the case)?