When ready to harvest

when do you know it is time to harvest?
this plant has been on 12/12 since 4/5
it reached 30" tall about 3 weeks ago and hasnt grown any taller since then
let me know your thoughts of when ready and how to know
thanks

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How about starting with this?

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From a timing stand point you hav 2-4 weeks. The best and most recommended way is to take observation of the trichomes on the bud. When they are all cloudy and 10-15% amber is when I harvest. It is hard to let them go the extra few weeks but you will be rewarded with a larger harvest and better quality.

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I think filling out support ticket will get us best idea of what you’re working with. Generally speaking you wouldn’t harvest until trichomes on buds are all cloudy and have some amber coming in.

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