lil help these ready to flush

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    RAYMOND K CURTIS

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    are these ready to flush hope so low on funds cant see my supplier for a month
     

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    I’m no professional but most of those look cloudy and not clear. I think it’s more of a preference and or depends on the strain/ how your growing it?! I cut my first ever one down to early I think and it had a little less cloudy ones then that and it had a pre mature smell.. I would personally let a couple go an amber colour if anything.. all cloudy will give you a nice functional high I believe and more amber is more of a couch lock thing.. I’m gonna let mine go at least 70-80% amber this time just to be sure lol...
     

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    You want to make sure most or all of the trichomes are cloudy! I believe anyways.. again all comes down to preference .. hope you get the right answer or one that can help at least brother!
     
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    Youre getting close; I would not flush yet per se but if you are fertilizing at all you should be on a zero nitrogen fertilizer. I'd be using a very mild application of PK13/14 at that point.
     
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    70-80% amber imo isn't much possible with those plants and thc degradation would probably be starting at that point. i shoot for about 10% amber, but as said, it's all preference.

    ray that's a good looking plant. what strain and how many wks are you along?

    edit* didn't realize the date of this thread
     

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