I’ll drag my soil/soiless potted plants out of the flower room into darkness…because I always have.
I won’t drag a hydro plant out, though…it’s ball and chained to it’s spot till harvest by the reservoir and pipes.
I was just wondering…if darkness hastens trichome maturity why try to expose buds hidden lower in the canopy to light…it seems they are perfectly situated…but I try to expose them to light so they do mature more…you’ve seen them, the lighter colored green buds.
If it does work, then if someone needed a plant to finish earlier than the advertised 10 - 12 weeks of flowering, could they put it in 36 - 48 hours of darkness to initiate ambering weeks early?
If darkness continues the aging process then maybe we should store our stash in the light?