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Harvest Creamy without Amber Trichs??!
    #635142 - 08/18/12 11:00 PM (4 years, 5 months ago)

So my sativa landrace plant has been flowering for a few weeks. I just got my loupe today! man what an amazing tool! anyway, I noticed most of the trichs are very milky.

Could I harvest now or should I wait for a minimal amount of amber trichs?

I want to harvest as close as posible to peak harvest on the early side because I hate stonny effects!


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Re: Harvest Creamy without Amber Trichs??! [Re: taozen]
    #635166 - 08/19/12 02:47 AM (4 years, 5 months ago)

rumor has it is that early harvests are more awake head buzz, while the later harvests will be more sedative body high.

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Re: Harvest Creamy without Amber Trichs??! [Re: phychotron]
    #635182 - 08/19/12 02:13 PM (4 years, 5 months ago)

Don't harvest unless you want to waste your crop. Landrace sativa varieties should go at least 12 weeks, but often should go 14-16 weeks. If the variety is particularly equatorial, it can go even longer. Pure and original Haze can go 36 weeks of flowering to finish. A few weeks is not enough... unless by a few weeks you mean 12.

phychotron is pretty much right though, but for a landrace sativa, 12 weeks is the earliest you should go. The early window for some indica varieties is as little as 6 weeks.

If you really want to know, clip a test bud. But dry and cure it properly while your plant finishes and in 2-3 weeks you can see why you really should wait.


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