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Discussion in 'Harvesting - Drying & Curing' started by POTpoor, Oct 9, 2014.

  1. Oct 9, 2014 #1

    POTpoor

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    When all the leaves that supply the nutrition to the flowers wither and die, thats when I harvest, I'm assured of a good healthy crop of seeds, gosh the seed bracs on the Blue Bastard are huge,,no P.M. so far, not much bud rot, a couple isolated cases, I'm fairly pleased with this years outdoor crop,,

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  2. Oct 9, 2014 #2

    JustAnotherAntMarching

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    looks great... good job... :48:
     
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    AluminumMonster

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    Very nice! :)
     
  4. Oct 10, 2014 #4

    The Hemp Goddess

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    Those just don't look quite done to me. Do you check the trichs or just take them whenever the leaves start to turn?
     
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    Rosebud

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    Where he lives he has to take them now I imagine.

    This is the first time i have had green leaves at harvest... always yellow. Different in the ground I guess.

    Enjoy your harvest Skag.
     
  6. Oct 11, 2014 #6

    POTpoor

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    Some aren't done, but a few are for sure, This was my second outdoor crop this year and I have to put it away every night because the dew is so heavy, and it's foggy till about 1 in the afternoon and if your plants were left out they get so wet they never dry and rot!!! it's just the curse of Puget sound farming,, I use a small greenhouse and leave enough room between the plants to move everything in,, All the plant in this thread are in buckets,, Here's one of my Blue Bas***d Dad buds, way past mature, and such a proud papa,,, I'm still in awe of the plants that are greenhoused and in the ground,, still not a dead leaf, 10 12 inch colas, 1 is Sativa, and the others that wherkle I grew a couple years ago,, White widow, purple urkle combo,, Ya, this late in Oct. and not a yellow leaf!!,, but both plants?? its gotta be the soil..

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