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Northern Lights #5 X Haze(R) question...

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Topic: Northern Lights #5 X Haze(R) question...
Posted By: iggypot
Subject: Northern Lights #5 X Haze(R) question...
Date Posted: 25 March 2014 at 11:55
Hello,

A friend of mine is growing 3x of your Northern Lights #5 X Haze Seeds which sprouted on December 17, 2013 (I am writing this letter because his English is very bad, and I kind of know what I'm talking about). They were suffering some deficiencies, as well as were root bound, but then he called me and I helped him get all of that in order. Now they are in perfect health, except for the problem I explain later on. He is telling me that he vegged them for 4-5 weeks at 20/4 with a 400w MH, and then switched to 12/12 and a 400w HPS. Today is March 21, 2014, and they are ranging from about 1.2-1.5m in height. The strange thing is that there are no flowers yet, and based on my calculations he has had it on 12/12 since mid-late January. Is this normal? I told him that I can't answer as I have only grown photo's outside, and only have autoflower experience indoors. If you can help us out, I would really appreciate it, as we paid a lot for these seeds, and it would be a shame to see them go to waste. I appreciate any help which you can give me, so please send us a reply ASAP, so we can take the proper steps necessary to save these plants.

Thanks in advance guys!!






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Posted By: 1966
Date Posted: 25 March 2014 at 12:10
Hello iggypot.
Has your friend tried checking that the lights timer is functioning properly.
I would suggest that he check at regular intervals through the full 12 hour lights off cycle that they are indeed off.
You have a good day

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Posted By: sarah louise
Date Posted: 27 March 2014 at 10:54
Hi Iggy,

I agree with 1966, it is most likely that the plants aren't getting an uninterrupted night's sleep they need for flowering.

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