When I look at seed descriptors and it says FLOWERS 10 weeks…Does it mean it’s 10 weeks of flower from the day of flip? Or is it is giving a rough estimate of the entire grow?
Thanks for the clarification. This has been driving me crazy as I’m researching my next grow
When u flip but time frames very rarely are very accurate
Agreed. Just a guideline a guess but at least I now know what it means! Thank you!
Yes - 10 weeks give or take a week or so. It’s generally 10 weeks from the first appearance of pistils (usually a week to 10 days from the flip.)
@MidwestGuy is correct. Start counting the first sign of the actual flower. The times from the grower are only estimates and can vary quite a bit… you just have to harvest when they are to your liking.
This is what you are looking for to start counting: