Auto flower timing

Question regarding auto flowering plants: “ready to harvest in 100 days”. When does the count commence?

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The 100 days is only an estimate, but the 100 days would start as soon as it starts flowering.
Plants make their own schedule, and finish when they want.

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Yep :point_up_2::point_up_2: an welcome back @BLUESMAN1948

depends on the breeder, as different sites post their times different, some do flower to harvest, others do seed to harvest. 100 days of flower seems long, unless it is a heavily on the sativa side, it is possible, what strain are you looking at…

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Hey man I have a question about some ww autos they are 40 days in an budding pretty good unfortunately I had to move them now although they get more sunlight throughout the day, at night they are under a light on the electric pole is that going to affect them

I have some ww autos 40 days in budding pretty good but I had to move them now they get more sunlight throughout the day, at night they are under a light on the electric pole is that going to affect them

Just my 2 pennies, being autos, they could herm, light stress, but I do know a few that knows autos a whole lot better an lights, @dbrn32 @Nicky @Covertgrower

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I think 100 days of flowering is pretty long for typical auto flower. It could happen, but I would expect most auto grows to be around 100ish days from germination to harvest. Probably going to vary some from breeder to breeder and strain to strain.

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