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.


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.