They should both be bigger and start to be flowering, what's happening?

A customer has a question and I hope we can get some opinions on it, thanks

Strain: Northern lights auto flowering
Soil in pots: Coast of Maine potting soil
PH of runoff or solution in reservoir?: N/A
What is strength of nutrient mix? EC, or TDS: Only using Neptune Harvest fish and seaweed fertilizer.
Indoor or outdoor: indoor
Light system, size?: two Avian Sun bulbs (5 UVB), one led light, and a Derlights 80W Full Specreum Led
Temps day, night: day: mid 80’s to mid 90’s, night: mid 60’s
Humidity day, night N/A
Ventilation system (yes/no, size): a fan
AC, humidifier, de-humidifier?: N/A
Co2 (yes/no): N/A

I know the set up is a little amateur but we have had them going day and night for almost 6 weeks now and I feel, based off of what I have been reading, that they should both be bigger and start to be flowering. I am just starting to see white pistols coming off of some of the stem connections, so I think that is a good sign. Anything you guys could recommend would be great.

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Now that preflower started you should see her shoot up. You man need some more par watts now that flowering has started and you should be in the 2700-3500k range. (Personal preferance) I have w 2 NLA (ilgm) they are both about 24-30" tall. I was week 6 with really small flowers now im week 12-13. About a week left on em.

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