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Ready to harvest?

Discussion in 'Harvesting And Curing' started by TheBrighterSide, Dec 3, 2017.

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Ready for harvest? (Pics further down)

  1. Ready to harvest

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  2. Wait a lil longer

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    TheBrighterSide

    TheBrighterSide Member

    First grow. Majority milky trichs with few orangish in color. Thinking flush time will finish her out?
     

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    acidzz

    acidzz Member

    If you're seeing milky / amber trich then flush away. From my experience flushing isn't necessary, if you feel the need to remove salt buildup from soil then do so.

    Looks good! Cheers.
     
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    TheBrighterSide

    TheBrighterSide Member

    Just trying to following things to a T ya know figure a flush and down in few days
     
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    firsttimeARE

    firsttimeARE Well-Known Member

    Look 2 weeks away still

    They dont got that done look yet.

    But id your trichs are milky and amber then sounda done. They just dont lool done.
     
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    Schmarmpit

    Schmarmpit Well-Known Member

    Looks great but you have a couple weeks to go at least. All those white hairs will turn brown and receed, swelling the calyx. Those big buds are set to get even bigger in the coming weeks! Don't cut too early. Don't bother with flush unless it makes you feel better.
     
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    TheBrighterSide

    TheBrighterSide Member

    Thanks
     
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    Samblakaka

    Samblakaka Member

    Yeah I would only flush if your ppms are too high, don't want to harvest road flares
     
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    TheBrighterSide

    TheBrighterSide Member

    Confession i did a flush but rethought it shortly after so just flushed with nutes ppm'd and ph'd. ( coco mix soil ) DTW. She is swelling alot more
     

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    Schmarmpit

    Schmarmpit Well-Known Member

    This stage is like AA meetings, you need a support group not to chop it. Looks great. She's going to be a chunker of a first grow.
     
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    Dabber68

    Dabber68 Well-Known Member

    Nice job and plant
     
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    oh really???

    oh really??? Well-Known Member

    You are still growing my friend. You can put more weight on that.
     
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    TheBrighterSide

    TheBrighterSide Member

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    TheBrighterSide

    TheBrighterSide Member

    Updates
     

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    Tib420

    Tib420 Well-Known Member

    I would wait also. Looks close tho
     

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