I was just wondering this same thing....and was planning on doing the 1st oneIf you have a plant where the top buds are swollen but the bottom ones are still small and thin do you ...
- only harvest the swollen buds and continue maturing the lower ones
- harvest all of them at once regardless of how mature individual buds appear
good n bad frm barnys try new seedsGood info, thanks. A question on the subject for anyone who may know:
Had Psychosis, cheese and Tangerine Dream growing together. The Psychosis and Cheese were cropped at the same time at 68days after looking at trichromes under the microscope, saw them going milky, started flush, by end of flush they were about 70% Amber, 15% brown and 15% still milky-ish. That was about perfect. The (mostly Sativa) Tangerine Dreams clearly needed longer than the (mostly Indica) Cheese and Psychosis. But they looked as if they were still in Veg in some places... Ie the buds were very thin and wispy, they had grown to over 2 metres (started at about 1m), I trained them to get maximum light, they seemed to respond well with the bent over tops almost horizontal and producing lots of buds vertically up towards the light. But they still had tops that seemed to be growing new leaves, stalks and buds but very thin etc.
I didn't know whether to sack it and just go with the Psychosis clones (that was awesome!), which I was going to do after anyway, or leave them going as it was still about 10 weeks. For pure Sativa I know that may very well not be long enough. But reading from 'Barney's' website (I got the seeds from Barney's on a previous visit) it says Tangerine Dream has a 'relatively short' 70 day flowering cycle.
There was no way 70 days was going to be enough.
I was wondering if anyone else had tried Tangerine Dream in Coco and how long it took them to fully flower?
Thanks in advance, and great info here! Thanks!!