Thanks for the compliment. That would put them right at what the breeder states, which makes sense. Out of all the indicators of my plants being ready to harvest, my go to is the trichome color on the calyx. It just seems like a nice defining event (obvious) when you see them go amber. Then the percentage of amber vs opaque seems to be somewhat of a personal preference.
I get the feeling you are looking at some other aspects besides just trichome color, can you school me lil?
Happy to: I look more for the overall appearance (aspect) of the mature flower to determine when to harvest. Normally these hybridized strains develop late flower foxtails and an overall ‘lumpy’ appearance. Like this: