I’d say a week an a half depending on where you like them
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Key is just to keep it super stable, but for the price its definetily doing its job !
I use it with my macbook and the photobooth app, weirdly enough that is what comes with the instructions, but it works.
If you wanna get a stimulating sativa high, keep most of them milky, max 10% of amber trichomes. And if you like couch sticking indica stone, let them become amber))) I would personally go for the first option.
They will degrade a bit over time anyway, causing more CBN and the sleepy stone as a result.
So tempted to cut them down, but will give it another week. The skinny tall plant has some room to bulk up, and not seeing any amber yet on the trichomes, so have some to time to go…
Can’t wait to cut them and start the new round, bought some more seeds last night (may have had a drink too much ) But ready to go to as soon as the tent is ready and cleared of this round. I don’t have another place to dry, so will need the tent for that.
Yeah that’s where I fucked up cause I’ve got 4 in a 4x4 tent, one week into flower. And got 6 more in a 2x4 tent that’s one week old from seed. Would be nice letting the 4 in the 4x4 dry out in the tent but the ones in the 2x4 have to have somewhere to go in about 7 weeks so idk…it’s gonna be close.
cut back your light that helps them to finish with photo plants I always do the last
14 - 10 days at 10 on with 14 off stop them from push out new flowers and tells them
it is over
Getting closer and closer… still no amber trichomes, so going to keep them going.
They are mostly all milky now, very few clear ones left over.
Leaves are definitely starting to dry out and discolor heavily.
Looking great @franklinfarmer !
I did this morning remove some of the already dead leaves, just to tidy up a bit. And removed the soil from the tent and gave the floor a clean.
just make sure you have a proper airflow inside, to avoid some nasty mold
Have two clip fans that alternate each hour running all the time, and the filter running on a low setting for most of the day !
And have a dehumidifier that set to 65% for the time being ! So far so good !
Time just seems to go slower when drying…
and than they mold in a blink of the eye >)
Those look nice