32x magnifying glass 68 days flowering
Is that all amber at bottom of pic, or is that a shadow? My eyes aren’t the greatest lol. But I feel like something is playing tricks on me. It looks like a ton of amber at the bottom there, but nowhere else. Everywhere else looks clear and cloudy, and it still looks like it’s producing quite a few pistils too.
I know db. Its 68 days 75 if I count both weeks of transition between veg and flower…
Gonna upload anther pic maybe get more consistent patern
I’m going to bed soon, but there are a ton of great people that can help with this. Another pic would be great, as would a couple sets of eyes.
If you post one pic per comment, we can zoom in on them. Maybe you could try a pic from a little further back, and that would help keep shadowing to a minimum?
Yep, thanks db
This looks ready in my opinion, how are the rest of the pistols looking like? @bob31 what do you think?
Thanx covert, I would say the pistol are around 65_70% Brown
@BigBudMan some strains the pistols don’t get all the way brown. Do you know the strain?
One thing I did for mine was check all of the bud sites and take an “average” overall glance at the trichomes. Just something to consider. Happy growing.
Also to make sure to tag someone using the @covertgrower so we don’t miss your response!
This is what you need to see when you use a magnifier…
A picture in natural light will be better.
Also if you are looking for pistils development you will find when to harvest by color.
your look close but still a little early bro
@M4ur posted some good info and @dbrn32 made a good point about the pistols
you should start watching trichcombes when your pistols are about 75-80 % and then it depends on effect you want
@Covertgrower does bring up a good point as well
happy growing folks
the boys have you covered bbm nice job
From second pic I agree with @Countryboyjvd1971. The good news is that all those white pistils mean she’s still packing on the weight. You should see a noticeable amount of bud swell between now and when they’re ready.
@Covertgrower is absolutely correct about there being some differences among strains, and even certain phenotypes. Some will still have a lot of clear trichs even after bud development stops. Others may go amber while still popping new pistils. It’s best to watch the overall state. As a general rule of thumb, I start to monitor trichs when I see pistil development start to slow down
@dbrn32 well said my friend
that’s why I love this community everyone jumps in with info woohoo nice job buddy