Last week before chop. Hows she looking?

Im in week 12 of flower. She looks like this will be the last week. Just waiting for a bit more amber.





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pretty ripped already. just my personal opinion. thrichomas seems already misty and at ending phase leaves starting to go yellowish-purple (yes, yellow can be anything in any phase of growing, but contect :smiley: )

otherway - nice and decent grow- not bad at all. but nothing too wonderful also. yeld seems to be over average. nice job!

PS! havent seen this kind of solution for active charcoal and fan. is this method as effectife as putting it up and make a air flow to outside? just asking

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I tried it both ways… this method seems to be ok but not the best. My bud room is isolated and i have a fan running to a vent that runs outside from the bathroom. It dont keep the smell out of the house but it definitely helps.

With it outside the tent it was hard to not get negative pressure because its a beast of a unit lol.

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Post a few more bud pics Growmie. I typically start checking Trichomes when the pistils start receding and those still look fairly long. I couldn’t quit tell in 2 of the pics if those are nanners or unusual looking calyxes :love_you_gesture:

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The plant was to close to light, made it have weird looking calyxes from the heat stress. This is an auto btw. So im just in for the ride lol


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Anytime you get frosty buds at harvest it’s wonderful!

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Do these look suspicious?

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I think it is a sugar leaf tip, but even if it is a nanner at this point, it isn’t likely to make seeds.

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And as for readiness, she’s right where I like mine. But I’m not a fan of a lot of couch-lock.

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Lol…It shows buddy…Welcome to the forum

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Heat stress did that. Light was to close

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Looks like you’re fixin to have some good smoke pretty soon!

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thanks a lot! I try to be smarter :smiley: I live in east-europe and my english is quite a rusty - can`t write everything what I want to say, but progress is on way.

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Just kidding around with ya, Lots of stoned comments on the forum. :wink:
This is a great friendly place. Kick back and enjoy the interaction.

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So i cut er down. Im wondering if i need to cut out the (sap) or resin? Before i cure. Its currently hanging to dry. I noticed some amber sap balls on some of the buds and need to know if i need to cut it out or leave it.? @Spiney_norman @Newt @Bluntsmoke @beardless




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Remove the sap before curing. That’s going to be a sweet tasting smoke

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Beautiful… Some info on your sap:

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