Help me out here, please. Look at the following pics and tell me what you see for clear/cloudy. The plants aren’t really close to harvest but the humidity and occasional mold are probably going to force an early harvest. This is a Hash Plant 9another vendor), outdoors and about 6’ tall by 5’ across.
Im with @Big123 they do appear to be milky and definitely not ready to harvest
When your pistols are around 70-80 % red or brown I would check tricombes for proper color range that your looking for
I usually start inspections are 60-% red or brown pistols
Do you have a jewelers loop or pocket microscope?
If not get on 20x or betterbest way to see the tricombes imo
Just a FYI
Outside grower myself and also stealth. I’m wondering how close other plants or real weeds are around your ladies cutting off air flow. My grow partner and I hacked down as much surrounding growth and it seemed to benefit our gals. Just a thought
Yep. I kinda had a feeling that might be part of your problem. I’m no expert by any definition but I know from growing other plants and trees that air flow and space can be a factor for healthy plants. I’m dealing with a runaway watermelon vine that took over my ALL of my veggie garden now
Our ladies in pots with 6’ centers overall did well but we really had to go after the weeds this year. Sadly we need the dang weeds for stealth. I’m wishing you the best of luck with your outcome. One lesson down and many more to come with each grow
I’m not upset. I know expanding my outdoor activities would be full of uncertainty. We can have 12 flowering plants (2 adults). While I knew they could easily produce a pound each, I knew it’d take a lot of good fortune to get there. I set a modest target of 2 pounds dry. Before today’s harvest, I’d already exceeded that.
So, I consider the season a success and learned a lot.
And, really, what rational person needs 2 pounds of marijuana? Luckily in my state, it’s permissible to gift 2.5 ounces. Xmas is around the corner …