Nah, that's ok.You really should go back on riu to shove your grow in their nasty faces. Nicely done Shawn
BONUS TRICHOME PICS!MERRY CHRISTMAS !?
So, my tree isn't quite ready to be opened yet, but WOW she's getting REALLY PRETTY!
LOOK AT THOSE TRICHOMES!!!
I took some nice pics with my microscope camera and it looks like I have just a couple of Amber ones, but mostly Clear and Milky ones right now.
I'm surprised at the plant has not turned to purple yet, however I do notice if there's a bit of a purple hue to the pistols, they are looking to be like a brownish reddish purple right now.
Hoping that the colors really start to come out in the next few weeks.
I'm thinking it looks like about 2 weeks worth of growth still?
The fact there's a few Amber's lets me know that it's really close.
The hot days have helped to stimulate trichome production and I have been letting it dry out quite a bit so that it could stress the plant just a bit and that seemed to really help.
Been switching over to distilled water and you can see that the leaves are starting to yellow and it's going to draw the nutrients from the leaves instead of the soil which is a good thing for this late stage.
How long do people usually dry buds out on the line, after cutting them?The longer you leave them in total darkness B4 you chop the more likely purple pigmentation will emerge. From looking at the trichomes you are in the window but about 48 hours in darkness for the win. Just remember If this doesn't work @Oldchucky told you.
After you cut them they need about a week to dry in total darkness. Then can put them into paper bags before jarring or using grove bags. Tween 58- 62 rh seems the sweet spot. The goal is slow dry in darkness then keep all buds away from the light. I keep finished buds in an insulated bag in the dark. OK?How long do people usually dry buds out on the line, after cutting them?
It's about a week right?
Does it need to be dark the whole time? Is it just that 48 hour period of darkness before the harvest or keep it dark?
What's a good humidity level , before you put them in jars to cure?