Yes i'm force flowering her, although she would finish in my climate. I always do a light dep before the full season plants get going.
I hadn't considered re potting her as sativa's always do well for me in smaller pots, but now you mention it, it might be a good idea. One bigger pot to move is not a problem for me, and it will keep the plant happier through flowering.Good to know that @island_organics then probably you need to move them daily to darkness to force flowering so you cannot transplant them to bigger pots. If that's the case and since plants are rootbound, make sure to feed them regularly, also with extra N to avoid undesirable yellowing in the first 2/3 parts of flowering.
She’s filling out pretty quickly now and producing resin glands with a bit of a meaty funk to them. I pollinated a lower branch yesterday with some mixed Malawi pollen from two males.
Thanks, I was gonna say something citric but peach could be it too, smells to me more acidic than peach though, hope by the end of flowering to have a good grasp on smell profile to describe.Thanks also for your updates @JustGrowing420 first one looks really advanced after 9 weeks of flowering from seed (especially compared with the other 2)! By fruity/incensey do you mean peach/incensey ?
Such elongated reflowerings fenotrigo style on the other 2 girls usually happen to some equatorial sativa expressions indoors in a peak of heat, nitrogen, or light intensity (or a combination of these 3 variables), such flower structures are very rarely seen outdoors under good outdoor conditions under strong sun. Some tropical sativa lines can do it if they are excessively inbred, which is not the case for Thai A5 Haze.