12 weeks in flower, not done yet

12 weeks in flower, cloudy but no amber. This is bubblegum auto, do I just wait for the amber or do some just not get amber?



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They close :ok_hand: not long !

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That’s what I’ve been saying for weeks :weary:

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Is it an auto ? How long you say 12 weeks ? :thinking: can be done :heavy_check_mark:.

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Need to look down deep in them bud’s

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Amber is very hard to see without a microscope - at least until it is nearly all amber. This from a $30 scope, and makes it easy to see the amber:

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For the heck of it, take a hunk off, put in micro or oven to dry out a bit and smoke
see how you like it

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Sometimes unfortunately some plants will not turn amber
Does not always happen but it is possible
Good luck
Happy growing

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Oh how true.
I find Northern Lights very stubborn. I even let one just sit in the corner after harvesting the top 80% and it was almost dead before it reached 20% amber

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This is a Blueberry autoflower that has been growing since January 3rd, I have grown other Blueberry autoflower from the same pack and none of them did this. They was all small and finished within 2 months.
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I’ve got a Blueberry that went 64 inches! I’ve also had them at 17-18 inches. Genetics

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Some autos go for longer i had white widow that went right up to the end of 13 weeks of flower and still didnt go amber

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@Alee21 you can try drop temperature it will sometimes will make them think it is time to amber up end its life

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Damn that is crazy, this is the biggest one yet the most i have gotten out of a Blueberry auto from this last pack ofnseeds was 15 grams. And they didn’t get above 2 feet tall.

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I regularly get in excess of 3 oz. Only had one that didn’t, but it finished in 64 days! I was very surprised! But it still dropped 2 3/4 oz. And it was the best when it came to taste and buzz. Just never know.

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@Alee21

Maybe waiting is a test of our character?

LOL. I failed then.

Good luck

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Patients is the hardest part of growing happy growing my friend

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@Junderhile82

I’ve grown only 1 BB Auto (indoors) and yes mine too was very short and bushy.

I got 33 dry grams (=1.16 dry oz) which was pretty limited.

I’m going to grow one outdoors this time just to experiment.

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Try 24 hours of darkness. That might tell them its time to move on.

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