What’s Considered The Start of Flowering?

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I’m a longtime outdoor grower in MA who usually grows feminized seeds. This year I have 5 feminized plants and 2 regular plants, all started April 1 indoors and put outside May 4. No feminized plants are showing any female flowers (typical at this time of year), one regular showing no male or female flowers, and the other regular (flagship BX 592) starting to show single female flowers at nearly every leaf node. My question is…are single flowers considered start of flowering? Breeder information says 65 days for mature flowers so I’m curious how experienced growers determine their flowering start conditions.
 
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I’m a longtime outdoor grower in MA who usually grows feminized seeds. This year I have 5 feminized plants and 2 regular plants, all started April 1 indoors and put outside May 4. No feminized plants are showing any female flowers (typical at this time of year), one regular showing no male or female flowers, and the other regular (flagship BX 592) starting to show single female flowers at nearly every leaf node. My question is…are single flowers considered start of flowering? Breeder information says 65 days for mature flowers so I’m curious how experienced growers determine their flowering start conditions.
The breeder times are taken as an average and usually indoors after 12 hr flip,they usually take longer but if the breeder writes 75 days less people buy
 

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