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i planted these 2 plants around august last year, these 2 are my females and they are in week 8 of budding just need a second opinion if you think they are ready to harvest,

(recently the leaves near the bottom of the plant have begun to shrivel up and get crispy and die i was told this was one of the signs she is ready to harvest.)

any and all opinions welcome 🙏

 

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Hard to tell without a closer look at the trichomes. Use a jewelers Loupe or mini microscope. Depanding on what effect you want from your buds, more amber trichomes, more of a sedative effect, more Milky more of a head high. You want a balance of most milky and a few amber trichomes for the right harvest time

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8 weeks is a short flowering time, although ultimately you need to be able to check the trichomes as mentioned.

A loupe or microscope works well.

 

I somehow doubt it is ready for harvest only 8 weeks into flower as very few plants would be and typically they'd be more indica dominant strains.

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is this that plant that didnt make pistols? looks really interesting hahaha.

best would be a loupe or something like the boys said... gotta get all the grow tools eventually! so why not start with odds and ends for your grow? starting with a loupe hahaha

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