Trichomes & Harvesting

Discussion in 'Harvesting And Curing' started by k0ijn, Mar 27, 2012.

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    Unit Farm System Supply

    Unit Farm System Supply Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

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    dnt420

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    yess :D I've chopped a half and after a week the other half, left the plant outdoor in my garden for that week, we'll see if differs from the younger one.
    I can't really judge the smoke yet, cause is not perfectly dried yet, but the smell, that is not very strong, remember the peanut butter shell, with a citrus scent too, I love it :)
    Any hint to track down the strain? 8)

    edit: using leafly filtered search, I came out with a Haze strain, looks close, has that kiwi smell, so I think it might be, but I'm a completely noob, it's my first weed.
     
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    SavannaHilt

    SavannaHilt Member

    Hello,
    this is my first grow- Wonder Woman fem, 4 plants in RDWC 25gal using General Hydro nutes, 1000wMH veg, 1000HPS flower- getting anxious to harvest, the girls have been on 12/12 for 68 days, and have been in flush for last 5 days. I got a dig microscope and took some pics, still not 100% sure if I'm ready or not. Some expert advise would be much appreciated. S20180213_0001.jpg S20180213_0002.jpg S20180213_0003.jpg S20180213_0011.jpg S20180213_0026.jpg S20180213_0007.jpg
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    i'd wait till i saw less clears, maybe start seeing a few amber trichs.
    gettin close, though, a week, maybe ten days
     
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    Budzbuddha

    Budzbuddha Well-Known Member

    Yep AT LEAST 10 days ... They are barely turning.
     
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    SavannaHilt

    SavannaHilt Member

    thanks for the quick response guys. well now I have 3 plants still going, upon going back to the garden some diy supports i had gave and one plant toppled, so i harvested it. hope it still does the trick!! gonna keep the other ladies going for another week or so. S20180214_0002.jpg S20180214_0003.jpg 0214180154[1].jpg
     
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    grilledcheese101

    grilledcheese101 Well-Known Member

    I have a dinfem bluecheese week 7/Day 50. 20180217_022723.jpg 20180217_022538.jpg 20180217_022609.jpg 20180217_022613.jpg 20180217_022659.jpg 20180217_022507.jpg under 5000k spectrum 200w of diy led lights. Organic liquid fed, soil, cut my base nutes last week and have been feeding with finisher, molasses, liquid w8, massive and mammoth p.. i figure a straight RO water flush and another 7-10 days ?? Opinions are greatly apreciated, this is my first (super quality) personal indoor grow and i want it to finish to perfection
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    very nice lookin plant. at least another week to ten days, you still have a lot of clear trichs
     
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    haight

    haight Well-Known Member

    2-3 weeks
     
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    Unit Farm System Supply

    Unit Farm System Supply Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    wow, decent shots:clap::clap: 2~3 weeks at least
     
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    Unit Farm System Supply

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    Nothing can beat harvest. whats yield weight?
     
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    dnt420

    dnt420 Member

    I have a question, actually I'm waiting to harvest a white widow, it's my second plant so I still have lot to learn, watching my plants flowering, I've saw that there are like two phases of flowering, the first one is the actual bud, the second phase is when there's an additional boost, the buds swell, new calyx grow, and you get again a bloom of white pistils from them, after this, when they go dark orange, and I harvest at this time. Now my plant is in this situation with the second wave of pistils getting orange, the leafs are fading, should I cut or wait for a third wave of growth ? :D have a happy day
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    they don't swell twice, once the swell is done, watch your trichomes, when they turn, it's ready
     
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    grilledcheese101

    grilledcheese101 Well-Known Member

    Thankyou! Just a samsung galaxy s6 - no lenses or apps just put it in pro mode and fuck around till i get some clear shots lol
     
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    Unit Farm System Supply

    Unit Farm System Supply Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    Thanks for info bro.Seems I need a new phone, lol lol
     
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    5P4RK4

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    White widow X GSC, under 130W LED in soil.

    Been 8-9 weeks since visible flowers, ~10 weeks since flip. Trichomes look ready to me but still a fair number of white pistils. Maybe another day or two?


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    5P4RK4

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    Hehe one day I'll have that kind of patience. Chopped, washed, and hung last night.

    I wish I let (what little remained through flower) the lowers hang out for another couple days but never care too much about the stuff below the canopy with my casual ass light setup. Tops look perfect on the line.
     
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    Snail1976

    Snail1976 Active Member

    I don’t have anything but a pocket microscope and I can’t get a good look at the trichomes. So, I was wondering if anyone can tell if I’m at mostly cloudy from these pictures? Any help would be appreciated. I know my pictures aren’t perfectly clear.
     

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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    they do look milky, but...not the best pics, and i wouldn't want to make any definitive statements based on them.....and those are mostly sugar leaf trichs, get down in there and get some calyx shots, those are the ones that count.
     
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