You probably have several weeks to go. I can’t tell by your trichs, but yours buds have a lot of filling out to do. Once your pistils start changing color and curling in/getting engulfed by fattening calyxes, you should start checking your trichomes:
You’re going to want to start allowing your humidity to fall and increase the air movement in your tent to prevent mold. If you haven’t already, start decreasing your N a bit, as your plant is very dark and clawing from what looks like too much N.
Once she fills out, she’s going to reward you nicely. Looking good.
Are you waking them up at night or exposing them to light? Heat? They’re not supposed to have shoots like that at the top of the plant, I call it the Trident effect and several things can cause it, even nutrient changes and imbalance can cause that.
I’m not here to criticize anyone’s handy work, but when I see a problem I’ll be sure to mention it.
I think not having a normal light schedule can mess with autos and photos . Autos still have flowering hormones . Which one way or another can be disrupted, and cause them to revert to veg . It’s just a theory. I checked a bunch of other forums on the web, and the few people who solved it ,came up with the same thing. When cannabis reverts to veg it makes those weird single leaves for a couple weeks.
Yeah; never heard of an auto revegging. They are on a clock and independent of light. You could run one for 2 hours a day and get a finished plant. Just not much of one. Conversely you could (and many do) run 24/0 with fine success. It’s kind of the whole point with autos. Now; are they susceptible to hermaphroditism if spurious light hits them in darkness? Don’t know.