In my opinion, it's critical to make an appropriate sized lactobacillus-only starter prior to wort creation. The ideal lacto environment is @100 degrees. That's nowhere near reasonable yeast fermentation temps. If you need dependable sourness, you should make a lacto-only starter of at least one liter in size for every 5 gallons you are brewing. Essentially, you are creating the sourness in advance. I keep mine wrapped with a heating pad on high for 2 days prior to brewday and I pitch the lacto warm(@110) and let the temps gradually decrease to fermentation temps and then pitch the yeast.