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TuckTucker started grow question 4 years ago
Should I start the flush of the NL?
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Week 9
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Stick answered grow question 4 years ago
Hi there! This may be a bit soon, in my opinion your buds still can fatten up, they're frosty but showing new pistils, that means they did not complete their development yet. I'd recommend to wait a few more days, once you don't see any new pistils or any bud growth then it will be the right time. You're very close to the finish line, I think 3-4 days with only top-max then you'll be able to flush for 8-10 days. Hope this helps, keep us up-to-date and good luck with your last days!
Thegermling509 answered grow question 4 years ago
Get a better microscope (1000x), I cant even see the color of the trichomes bro.
ValleoGrow answered grow question 4 years ago
From the looks of your pictures i Think i personally Would wait about a week to 2, and then start to flush and harvest a week later, but it’s really a taste preference and if you Care more about taste or potency or in What ratio, but look in a microscopes at the tricks and on the white and red pestils ratio. And then in the fututure you Can look back and use your experience from this grow:stuck_out_tongue: Hope this helped
ShaggyGrower answered grow question 4 years ago
Looks like your first set of pistils have turned orange and the second set it out. I usually wait three sets of white pistils to appear before flushing so after the fourth set appear and have gone orange, the plant is ready for harvest. Keep on top of that humidity as you want big buds and big buds with humidity is inviting mold issues, so lots of airflow as well.
Michka answered grow question 4 years ago
Hi Tucker, when you look at your trichomes, the small resin glands, you can see that there's still some clear ones and no ambers... I always wait to see the first amber, and i start to flush.. So just have a look at your trichomes everyday, and don't worry the end is near !
Kindbudz answered grow question 4 years ago
Hold off for a week or two more. It’s hard to tell from the photos but wait until your trichomes have turned cloudy to a cloudy slightly Amber color. Also another less effective way to be able to tell most of the white hairs, at least 2/3, should turn red. Hope this helps!