This will be my first grow and first time using a loupe. Can you go in depth on trichome development vs. pistol development. Should I base my harvest date soley off my trichome maturation??? My clear/cloudy trichome ratio is at 70/30 and yet less than 5% of my pistol have turned to an amber color and resided into there buds. What Im really asking is if my trichs reach their optimal ratio for harvest and my pistol remain immature do I still harvest?
so where do you get your information about your whole non-flushing argument?
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hey just wanted too ask some more in depth questions of picking/drying/curing. i read one of your replys in a thread and could use ur expertise. pm ? ill try and check back here or something, ur time is greatly appreciated.
hey i put some pics on yesterday but i dnt knw how long they stay on
Make a thread in the newbie section and post the images there.
Then I (and others) can have a look and give better advice.
i took some pics but i cant figure out how to get em on here
It depends on the size of the plant, the size of the roots and the general space you have.
4 gallon sounds like a lot for clones.
I need to see images of the plants to determine it correctly, the fact that you got them on the 5th doesn't tell me much since every plants grows differently and ever grower grows differently.
Even subtle variations can have major impact on plant growth. There are just too many variables.
I wouldn't trim any young plants.
I'm personally against trimming plants at all since it weakens them and decreases the amount of light the plant can get (fan leaves are essentially devices for capturing sunlight and turning the energy into photosynthesis).
when is a good time to switch pots to the next size, i have 4 gallon square buckets, i got them on the 5th?? they are healthy but some did have burnt leaves probably from being too close to there lights. im gonna trim some of them a little bit to get rid of the burnt tips, wake n bake
If your plants are healthy the overwatering hopefully won't stress them or harm them.
I usually just water the cube, if your plants have long roots (coming out of the cube) you should water the entire pot.
I do not know your pot size vs. your cube size however so it's a hard call.
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