Sour Diesel Auto Flower 15 weeks and not flowering

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NewfieBud

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Hey everyone,

I am new to the forum and generally new to this hobby of growing…I have a Farmers Labs Our Diesel Auto Flower in my outdoor greenhouse (4 X8 )that was planted as a seed on July 9th (Basically 15 weeks old). I have been using advanced nutrients 3 stage fertilizer (Micro, bloom and grow). The plant is growing well and is twice as big as my last one, but it just won’t go into flower.

it’s under a high quality led grow light on an 18/6 hour schedule and is on a every second day feeding schedule. I am at a loss as to why it won’t go into flower and just continues to remain in the veg state and grow taller and thicker.

I have attached a couple of pics for reference, in case somebody may have some advice…

thanks in advance..
 
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Jmaes Mabley

Jmaes Mabley

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If its at 15 weeks, and is supposed to be an auto, I would assume they gave you the wrong seed(s), and would treat is as a regular flowering plant. Time to put it on 12/12.
 
CannaGranny

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I agree with what Jmaes Manley said! 18 and 6 is veg lighting going to 12/12 will force it into flower.
 
NewfieBud

NewfieBud

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If it is in fact not the auto flower that it was meant to be, then are there any benefits to pushing the veg state longer.

what I mean is, can I just let it grow big enough to fill the area that I hav in th3 greenhouse, I only grow one at a time, so if it’s capable of getting bigge4 and producing more, then I may as well take advantage of the mess up 5hat is my plant…correct?
 
Edinburgh

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Look closely at the nodes, if you see 2 vertical spikes your auto will never flower bc it is unstable, in fact by day 35 you should have been seeing flower, look at the nodes if plant does not have vertical spikes and has 2 v shaped pistils and is clearly female flush out check pH cut light cycle to 12/12 and this may induce flowering.
 
NewfieBud

NewfieBud

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Look closely at the nodes, if you see 2 vertical spikes your auto will never flower bc it is unstable, in fact by day 35 you should have been seeing flower, look at the nodes if plant does not have vertical spikes and has 2 v shaped pistils and is clearly female flush out check pH cut light cycle to 12/12 and this may induce flowering.
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NewfieBud

NewfieBud

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TheseRe the standard nodes on the plant in question and the spikes you are referencing to?
 

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