I didn’t want to start a journal at the tail end of my grow, but I thought I would share the harvesting, drying, and curing process I typically use on my grows.
The 3 plants I’ll be harvesting soon aren’t my best due to a bit of laziness during their stretch, which caused some light burn. This was a last minute grow, of strains I was just trying to get rid of, so I wasn’t as focused as usual.
These are autos, grown in a mostly Promix Bx medium using Earth Juice and lots of microbes, under qb lights on a 12/12 light cycle since germination.
Sweet Tooth–grown once before, but wasn’t a fan of her taste or yield; I decided to mess about and top her, this time; she looks to be about the same, yield-wise, as my previous attempt
6 Shooter #1–grown once before, but wasn’t a fan of her yield; I decided to mess about and top her, this time; her yield looks to be at least 1oz higher than previous
6 Shooter #2–same as above; I decided to mess about and top her, this time; her yield looks to be at least 3oz higher than previous.
Sweet Tooth is just about ready for harvest; the 6 Shooters have a few more weeks.
Today, after 7 days of no food, I watered Sweet Tooth with 2 gallons of very, very cold, plain, unpH’d well water. I got ½ gallon of run-off. She won’t get anything farther from me, except the chop. I am thinking she’ll be harvested on Tues June 4th, Day 69 from germination.
I will post pics as soon as my internet allows. Stay tuned!
Here’s a link to help tell you when to harvest. I like to harvest at 10% or less amber, myself.