Actually now that I'm half awake, wearing glasses and drinking coffee I agree with Frank I think you've got more than a few days and possibly more than a week like I mentioned above, but that depends how much Amber you're looking for. it's a very nice first effort and you're going to enjoy very much good job!Yea, I say your real close. I like a little early myself, I look for bent heads like that, and a good milky color, no amber, or a trace. I still see some slight clear areas around some of the edges, but for the most part your milky and ripe, it's close. I would give her 2 or 3 more days maybe.
Lower your humidity if possible. Keep her below 40% from here on out. After I cut, I strip off the big leaves only, then adjust to exactly 60% for the first 3 days, then to 65% after that, until dry at least 10 days, hopefully drawn out into 2 weeks or more. The slower the better.
I'm sure others out there might have it more refined than that, but it's worked well for me over the years, those are my 'ideal" conditions.
Eh.. normally I take the top buds if I have room but this plants pretty much all top buds LOL
STOP, sit down and take a bow. Great job and probably OK to harvest some now and wait a few more days, but you've already forgot the 2 days of darkness. Great info on lowering temperature and humidity in this thread too.
Very nice. Congrats on a glorious growHey guys about to pull my 1st harvest
here are some pictures of the Trichomes
unfortunately all I have is my cell phone cam so...my question is would you wait till some just turn amber or they looking good now
Thanks in advance
Don't be so sure about that brother, be patient grasshopper, there is wisdom to be learned here. The last days are mostly all oil weight, and trichome production, potency, not "bulk".Eh.. normally I take the top buds if I have room but this plants pretty much all top buds LOL
I'm thinking a little more too, but it really didn't change much in the six days since I've checked it last!?