should i cut when soils is wet or dry?

Discussion in 'Subcool's Old School Organics' started by DNA genetics amsterdam, Aug 25, 2013.

  1. should i cut the plants down when soils is wet or dry?
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    Havek

    Havek Member

    I don't think it matters.
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    Kdog988

    Kdog988 Member

    I would have to agree i dont think it matters. Whenever u feel its rite. it is time!
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    drolove

    drolove Well-Known Member

    dry soil will speed your drying time by a day or 2. other than that doesnt really make much of a difference
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    TrichomeBob

    TrichomeBob New Member

    I also always try and harvest as soon as lights come on and let the pot dry out to speed up drying, I also remove the majority of leaves that don't have resin over the last week, a few each day.

    but it don't really make much difference, the leaf removal and dry pot is just to speed up drying and harvesting as soon as lights come on is because its the peak time to do it for THC levels etc, if I had the space i would just leave them in the dark for 2-3 days before harvesting too.

    but it's all tiny amounts of difference anyways, just do whatever's best for u.
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    grownbykane

    grownbykane Active Member

    I like to chop when there is a little moisture left in the soil\plant. this makes the stems a little more firm and less floppy, which I think makes for an easier trim.
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    Jimdamick

    Jimdamick Well-Known Member

    When I know I am going to cut, I won't water for the last week. Makes a big difference in drying time.
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    NorStar

    NorStar Member

    On the dry side for sure.

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