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    Time to harvest?

    I am at day 62 of this autoflower. Is it time to cut? Click image for larger version

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    #2
    to be sure if its time to harvest you have to look at the trichomes with a
    magnifying glass x60 minimum
    the trichomes have to be cloudy, milky
    I received mine this morning it works perfectly
    https://www.amazon.fr/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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      #3
      You can see trics with the naked eye. Use the zoom on your camera to see them clearly. They will be turning amber when it's ready.

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        #4
        That isn't ready, it's in the middle of flowering. I'd say at least 2-3 weeks to go.

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          #5
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            #6
            Too soon? I ordered a lens

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            • JDU
              JDU commented
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              Yeah, those are still turning milky. At least 2 more weeks I think.

            #7
            Way too soon. Your pistils haven't even changed yet. Wait until they are at 90% and check your trichomes again. Make sure you're looking at the buds though, not the leaves.

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              #8
              this is what it looks like 120 times closer !

              https://prnt.sc/s27ze7

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              • Beginner69
                Beginner69 commented
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                Was this picture when they were ready to harvest?

              #9
              Thank you everyone. I really appreciate your time for helping me out on this. I'll be back in a week with another pic to get your input.

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                #10
                hi Beginner69, she is looking good! what strain is she, what size pot, and light type? Also, what did the breeder say for the time frame? I haven't seen many that are less than 75 days. most 75-90. I agree with everyone else, 2 -4 weeks longer, and those buds will fatten up! keep us posted. I have two autos growing, at day 37. just starting to flower!

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                  #11
                  Its pineapple express. I am using a 3 gallon flower pot. I have them set to 20/4 schedule.i am using a 300 watt led inside a reflective grow tent.

                  They told me 60 to 70 days but I am thinking that's from the time they start to flower.

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                    #12
                    ok cool, you are growing autos. no that time frame is from start to finish, approximately. are you feeding her? it's so stop and just give ph'd water, for these last 2 weeks. I don't know for sure, but I have been told, that switching the light to 18 hours on, helps fatten up the buds.
                    good luck!

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                    • dphipps1020
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                      From what I understand the darkness is supposedly to help it ripen, although I don't think it's been proven to work. Also, more light equals fatter yields so most people growing autos keep the light on 20/4, which you already have it on. Another side note, I've also seen most people say to expect 1-2 weeks longer than recommended by the seed bank. Hope that helps.

                    • ugoboss75
                      ugoboss75 commented
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                      yes that's what I thought, their website says a totally different number of week
                      ofc it depends on how you take care of it I guess
                      should I start to put the plant on 20/4 from the beginning just after germination?

                    • dphipps1020
                      dphipps1020 commented
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                      From the beginning probably. Faster veg growth helps in the end as well.

                    #13
                    So I am another week in. Still wait? Click image for larger version

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                      #14
                      A lot longer to go. That picture didn't help at all. The white pistils need to change color before it's even close.

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                        #15
                        Too much light? 1500 watt under the flower. 300 watt over the new girls. Too.much?
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