This is an excellent question, in any kind of indoor hyrbid there will be no way to tell, but if we were to compare a pure unhyrbidized landraces strains profile of both a strain originating from a cold/dry/temperate climate compared to a wet/hot/equatorial climate, we might see certain terpenes that are only associated with equatorial regions compared to temperate and other regions. a true Equitorial unhyrbidized sativa in nature has a flowering time of 20+ weeks, Whereas True BLD Indica's will have a flowering time around 8-11 weeks in general. To try and answer your question, Lemongrass aroma* Eugenol* seems to be a profile associated with long flowering varieties only.What terpenes only show up after 3 months of flower... any?
"Lemongrass oil contains several terpenes that have natural pesticidal properties. These terpenes may inhibit the growth of certain plants when applied. The primary terpenes in lemongrass oil that contribute to its insecticidal and herbicidal properties are citral, geraniol, and limonene."
- "Citral: Citral is a major component of lemongrass oil and has strong antifungal and insecticidal properties. It is known to disrupt the cell membranes of certain pests and inhibit their growth. In high concentrations, it can also have phytotoxic effects on plants."
- "Geraniol: Geraniol is another terpene in lemongrass oil that has insecticidal properties. It's commonly used in natural insect repellents. While it's more focused on pests, it may have some herbicidal effects at high concentrations."
- "Limonene: Limonene is a terpene found in many citrus oils, including lemongrass oil. It has natural herbicidal properties and can be effective in suppressing the growth of certain plants."