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Deknaller started grow question 3 years ago
fellow growers
does anyone know how long the plant needs for i can harvest ?
Blue dream 2fast4buds outdoor
11 weeks
Blue dream 2fast4buds outdoor Deknaller
Blue Dream'Matic
9 comments · 3 years ago
Week 8
Techniques. ScrOG
DigiDom answered grow question 3 years ago
You should check the trichromes to see if she is ready. She will be ready if they are mostly cloudy with a few amber ones. I recommend getting a jewelers loupe to check them. Also you should see mostly amber/red pistols but that is not always completely necessary.
KaliChakra answered grow question 3 years ago
You can wait for yellow trichomes, it means that thc and cbd start to degradate. But you can wait for long. If max of trichomes are white and pestils are red its good to harvest. Earlier you asked about slow growing time, I've growed Blue dreamatic 2 times and two times it was ready in 10-11 weeks.
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @Deknaller! I just had 2 BDM in my grow room, first one took 9 weeks from seed to harvest, the second one took 11 weeks. It's all about the phenotype you got, and how much training you did. Judging by your last pictures, it seems she'll be ready very soon, so now you should flush with plain pH'd water for a few days, and take a daily look at the trichomes with a magnifier/microscope, to find the perfect harvest window. I wanted an energetic high so I did cut when all the trichomes went cloudy/milky, before the first amber trichomes appear. Hope this will help, keep us up-to-date and happy growing :facepunch:
OutForReal answered grow question 3 years ago
Blue dream matic is ready in around 70 days but i will recommend 12 weeks for a sativa dominant strain like this. You'll get a pretty good mix between high and stone ! Hope my answer will help you for the best
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
Auto strains take usually 10 to 11 weeks. it should be ready now, or close to it so check the thricomes.
Michka answered grow question 3 years ago
Check the strain infos from your breeder, they always say how long is the flowering period.. Don't forget to stop giving nutrients minimum two weeks before chop ot down... To avoid bad taste.. Anyway she looks good, you are on the right way !
BigDaddyK answered grow question 3 years ago
You have 3 weeks left
PharmaZ answered grow question 3 years ago
Hey there as green said most strains are different. Once an Autoflower starts producing flowers it goes into “death mode” you will have a certain amount of time during your flower cycle to get everything right because no matter what you do she has a set day that she won’t grow anymore. That means buds won’t lengthen or fatten after a certain date during your grow (IMO this can be measured in light hours). From that point things will just ripen. You could have anywhere between 4-8 weeks of flower left. Because you’re outdoors and it’s hard for us to tell here when not knowing how much direct sunlight hours you get. If you get more than 12 expect it to be closer to finish in 4-5 weeks.
All together things looking good!
Experimentgreen answered grow question 3 years ago
Every strain has different harvest times, and really even each plant of the same strain may take longer or shorter than the others or the "recommended " flowering time. Fastbuds usually are ready between 9 weeks and up to around 11 weeks from seed. Like the whisperer mentions, having some sort of magnifier is essential to really knowing if the plant is ready, the trichromes and their colors will tell you much more than any estimated time could. Since yours are frosty but not yet fully developed, you could end up closer to the 10-11 week mark. The leaves and buds will tell you they're ready just as the trichromes will.
Happy and Healthy growing. :green_heart::seedling:
TheBudWhisperer answered grow question 3 years ago
Hey dude, your only 3 weeks in to flower and most strains require at least 2 months of flowering before ready for harvest. Easiest way to know is to check your strain info from the breeder. Also, find a jewellers loop (small magnifying glass) and check for trichomes/crystals on the buds and sugar leaves. When they all have mushroom looking heads and appear cloudy/milky your probably good to chop. If they appear glassy and clear then it’s still too early. Hope it helps dude.