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White Rhino strains - how much does it stretch in flower?


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Hi there, Im hoping some of you guys can help me out with this question - im growing some White Rhino, im not able to find which actual genetics i have. I'm hoping to find out how much WR normally can be expected to stretch once turned to  flower? My previous train (black mamba) would basically triple in size (the sativa in it) within 14 days of turning to flower. I really want to make sure that i will 'fill out' by tent once turned. My black mamba used to be veged until they were about 40cm tall - ending up at around 1.2m. White Rhino has mainly indica and doesnt strch as much i understand.


Please can anyone with the experience with WR give me some indicators? I've already turned 5 nights ago at around the 40cm size, and now fear this was a week to early with this strain? Will i get 1m + in finish height?


Thanks in advance.




PS: Any thoughts on reverting back to 18hrs vege now if needed for another 7 days, then turn back to flower? Would this simply stop all growth and be a waste of time and money?

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I've done this before with a new strain. Best move I can advise is to shift your flowering from 12/12 to 14 on 10 off up until 14 days into flower and then set lights back to 12/12. This gives the plants an extra few hours of light to grow as much as possible before flower set.


Good luck

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