Early flip - point of no return

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I have an early flipper and she’s been flower for a month. It will be getting more light (at 15:10 now) and don’t want it to reveg. Is there a point where the plant will stay in flower or will the flowering eventually stall if the light length stays high? Typically if I see a early flower/reveg the leaves will reduce in blade numbers and the plant stays in the shit in-between stage for a month. But this plant seems to be adding weight, isn’t foxttailing, has the same blade count, and looks like a normal flowering plant (and definitely not an auto). Not motivated to cover at night or move around (as I’ll forget), so was wondering where it might head (besides compost pile).

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