Congratulations St. Tom!!!
Beautiful burning spears!Day 80
Well I thought I might be complete by now, but this girl has been getting fatter and heavier all week long. I just took a real good look this morning I have lots of Amber on the small sweet leaves on the buds, but when I get to the calyxs I'm looking more clear and cloudy. I decided after a bit of consideration to go ahead and start Clearwater, then I can chop anywhere from 3 days to the next week or 10 days depending. I hope this last little bit of time pushes her over into the Amber the way I want to be.
I'm real happy with the bud development they will be really easy to trim and that's important to me with my neuropathy. Here are a few photos
holy shit jingo great job palDay 85 Chop day
Okay I decided to go ahead and chop this plant after 5 days on Clearwater and 48 hours with just blue lights. She has very, very dense buds. I inadvertently through one of the untrimmed branches on the table and it hit with a thud.
I believe that table in the picture is 2 feet by 4 feet and I ended up just throwing away those untrimmed popcorn buds on the right. I can tell the yield on this girl is going to be somewhere around a pound and I may have to make room for her if I like the affect.
I have to say after all my whining about the bad luck starting seeds, I like the way this trimmed and I like the quality of the bud. It's hard not to like the yield once you get a good plant.
Currently the temperature and humidity in my drying room run from about 68 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit and hang in the 40s to 50s in humidity.. So I'm expecting about a six day dry if things hold under those conditions.