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chop or wait?

by jarhead about October 17, 2019 - report

My white widow auto's are 84 days today, at least 80% cloudy trichs, no amber, no faded leaves. Should I chop, or wait on the leaves to turn? 

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    SanBoisLee 13.015 points - October 17, 2019

     

    I'd wait but if you want a little upper high, you could chop. Peak thc is around all milky stage. You are within the time period.

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    Screwstick 2.657 points - October 17, 2019

    Have you started to flush yet? Sounds like your in the beginning of the harvest window but I would wait for some amber.  

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    pipeman69 17.484 points - October 17, 2019

    Some plants show hardly any amber.90 to100% cloudywould work for me!Screw brought up a good point.Have you started flushing yet? That's when you'll see a change in leaf color.
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    bill59 3.498 points - October 17, 2019

    And some plants don't show faded leaves until after a few days of flushing, if at all. Pistils should be brown/red and shriveled into the buds, trichomes cloudy and look for the calyces to swell. Post a photo and you'll get some more opinions. 

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