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Those that flower as the days length decreases in length, as in the late summer, fall or winter. The flowering process is actually controlled by the length of the night. With proper use of the Flower Initiator your plants will respond as if the night as if it is two hours longer than it actually is, Flowers then develop faster, with the urgency of being in a longer dark period.
Triggers the Phytochrome Pfr/Pr state to change or switch, Pfr is the Waking or Active State and Pr the Sleeping or Resting State. Far RED light causes a switch from Pfr to Pr rapidly. Your plants go to "Sleep" quickly, in moments, rather than in the normal two hours in nature, outdoors or indoors. This rapid state switch will provide for more rapid, accelerated, Flower development.
Use the Flower Initiator during the entire Flower/Fruit Phase. Use with a separate timer, set to come at "lights out" and allow it to run for at least a total of 5 minutes. Start your flowers at 13/11 hours to get even bigger yields and higher quality. You may want to reduce the day lit hours to 11/13 again during the final flower/fruit development for a better "the end of long Indian Summer" type fully mature finish.
Get your Short Day crop in earlier! Use the an online service to determine the Sunset and Sunrise for your location (Link below), a few days before your night reaches 10 hours in length, begin using the Flower Initiator. Set your timer to turn the light on about 5 minutes prior to the indicated Sunset, set it to shut the light off about 5 minutes after total dark, perhaps a total period of 30-45 minutes, as your sense of lighting suggests, and over time as your experience dictates for your location. You might want to adjust the timer to decrease the night's length to the optimum for flower development, for your specie, then lengthening the night further to fully finish flowers, if needed. This has been tested and proven accurate to push forward outdoor flowering forward at least one month. Next summer a test will be done to determine if this is appicable two months in advace. As the days shorten, readjust your timer settings to comply with your local Sunset, or keep it fixed at the current length if you like the productivity.
Use the same suggestions as for outdoors during summer to fall to get your Short Day crop in a month or more earlier. Use your greenhouse to generate multiple crops during the year, with the addition of supplemental lighting and the Flower Initator (rather than shades), your lit periods can be extended 2 hours longer than is normally required for your plant specie and latitude. Plants that exhibit sex, will began to show their sex sooner. With this approach your plants will initially receive 2 hours more light with higher final yields. As the days shorten, readjust your timer settings to comply with your local Sunset, or keep it fixed at the current length if you like the productivity.
Long Day Plants:
The Flower Initator can be used alone, but, generally in conjuction with other lighting to extend the day to bring on flowering earlier than normal for the latitude, reulting in an earlier fruit harvest.
In All Environments:
Indoors, in the Greenhouse and Outdoors enabling flowering and fruit to form under longer light periods can result in higher yields, with increased carbohydrate production resulting improvements in yield and quality. A added benefit will be avoidance of many of the pests and required treatments, associated with negative conditions produced during wet weather.
The Flower Initiator is a tested device.
Posted by Unknown on 18th Jun 2014
I bought the Indago light 2 1/2 yrs ago, about 1 1/2 yrs ago Bill email me and asked how the Indago light was working, he asked if I gave any thought to a flower initiator, I wrote back saying with my hanging lights, it be hard to use. Well, as luck happens, trying different feminized seeds for the last 2 years, my last try was bad, the strain doesn't produce cola's and if you cut fan leafs, almost no production. So since I had some clones going and wanted to get some production, I remembered what Bill told me about the flower initiator, so I thought, what the heck, I need production, so let's try one. I did, it came at the start of the third wk of flowering, went with 13/11, then 11/13 for the sixth week and brought in the crop in the 7th week. I had a increase in production with a crappy strain that doesn't produce cola's, to be frank, it saved my butt. I ordered another one about 3 weeks ago, plan on rotating them or will get a third one. The only down side, is with the Indago, since this light can be close to the plants, I have to move it out of the way every night and back every morning, am not sure how to solve the problem, but hope to come up with something, because no way am I ever going back to growing without a flower initiator.
Note from Bill: Place your Flower Initiators under the plants, on the ground/floor or on top of a small box if you want them closer, the customer using these for the longest time came up with this simple solution.
Others place the lamps on the sidewall just below their primary light source.
Posted by Unknown on 15th Oct 2013
The initiator worked wonders and i brought in 14 days early.
i need the blue blaster to identify which is which.
Hope your spring is busy
Posted by Jim on 8th Aug 2013
I use mine for 10 minutes at lights out with my light cycle at 12/12 for the first week then at 13+ hours of light for most of flower then back to 12/12 for the last 2 weeks and get great results.
Posted by Unknown on 12th Mar 2013
Once I understood Photochrom process I was sold on this product. The first day this light was used I went into the garden and thought my plants had died. They didn't die, they just went so deep into sleep they looked dead. When they woke up they were just as firm and happy. Simply amazed me that this like, using it only for 5 minutes, would have such an impact. BTW, using this light allows you to use a 14/10 light cycle from the beginning to 3/4 flower than I dialed my cycle to 12/12 for the final 2 weeks.
Thanks Bill for your knowledge and willingness to explain the process.