I think the most important part of a drying line is a cheap two dollar turnbuckle on one end of each one. You can crank them down as tight as a guitar string! I don’t like sagging!
Never mind, I found a chart that answers my questions.Do you look at the trichomes, or strickly lab test? And if the lab says it's ready, what do they look like?
Just asking because I have 1:1 CBD/THC plants and am fighting a bad case of septoria.
The trichomes are cloudy, and I'd like to harvest some before spraying anything.
Thanks for any help.
I found it on ILGM's website:i could be wrong but think that chart is wrong, cbd degrades also but cbn increases
i’ve read that harvesting earlier in the “window” will give you more cbd as that is suppose to degrade faster than thc..I found it on ILGM's website:
Can you tell me when it's best to harvest 1:1?
Just asking 'cause I grew CBD Peyote 2:1 last year and it turned out to be very high in THC. It's possible I didn't harvest it at the right time.
Little spots that brown and die seem to be stem borrers that die and rot or bud worms that die and rot in the middle of the bud very annoying! H202 kills it but damage is done while branch is usually under attack from botrytis it’s like a 1 two punch.Last year I had a battle with PM and no bud rot, this year is the exact opposite. I've got the usual where you get the brown mushy bud, also getting brown spots where a branch meets a larger stem and the buds dry out and die. Never seen that one before. It will probably be an early harvest for me just to beat the problems
No worries.In all honesty I'm an idiot. I don't know what I'm doing. What type.of seeds I had I was just happy they grew and this is where I stand