plants budding too early

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  1. HumbleMan New Member

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    High all,
    My problem is I am growing outside and my plants may be 4 weeks old and about a foot tall. I stated them indoors with the outdoor light cycle.
    A week after I put them outside they started to bud, it is only may, plenty of growing season left.
    I really need to get them back in to vegative cycle quick.
    Does anyone know of a way to send them back to vegative state.
    Please help Thanks
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    Well thing is, thats just not common. Unless you somehow got your hands on some lowryder. They veg and bud in 3 months. Are they in complete sunlight or in the mornings and evenings is it real shady? That could have something to do with it as they usually need 14 hours or more of direct light in the veg state.
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    They have sunlight all day. They are Northern Lights Big Bud, Early Misty.
    Thanks for the reply.
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    sorry i couldnt help. thats just weird. never heard of one flowering like that outside so early on.
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    Find a way to shine some light on them a few times a night, for a few minutes at a time. This should keep them in vegetative mode, unless they have auto-flowering genes. Then you're kind of screwed and should try to time your planting so it does it's most intense growth during the brightest sunlight months of the year to maximize the growth. :thumbsup:
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    What is happening is the light cycle outside is still closer to 12/12, as the days become longer they will convert back to veg stage. Also most strains will show sex when alternating nodes appear this means they are sexually mature. Nothing to worry about as long as their healthy let them be...take care..
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    I now have a total of 7 males no fems yet this is so crazy
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    Hey, I am having the same problem. My plants started to bud a few weeks ago, and growth has slowed drastically. Beautiful looking bud, the plants are only about 18 inches tall. I am hoping with the days getting longer the plants will go back to vegetative growth, but I don't know what will happen with the bud thats on them now. I am curious if you are still having the same problem with yours.
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    it really is i hate that shit...its like you have to baby them for so long and then you find out you have no bitches

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