Same strain...different flowerins

This is a photo of two plants, planted the same time, same strain. One, all of a sudden, in just a day or two looks very different than the other. Both were flowering up nicely, then the one all of a sudden seemed to stop.

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BBY-FAPS
BIN:02:03:01
20941203
Planted June 24
Regular potting soil
2 gallon pot
Indoor on window
Light schedule strictly outside sun
Indoor temp 78-80
AC all day

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Do you have two plants in one 2gal pot

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Both in same pot

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Maybe they are struggling for root supremacy!! Haha no really tho. Plants come out different.

Same mom same dad, im 6’5 my bro is 5’9. Genetics are just expressed differently.

Just like one of the buds is purpling and the other green.

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