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  • SoOrbudgal
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    Right on 420chicano LOL don't let them mess with your mojo

  • 420chicano
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    Lol that a boy !!!! I do have a toke when I am trimming too with my coffee...I just try not to smoke to much when trimming I get sloppy 👊🏽😂

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  • Gingerbeard
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    Wait a second 420chicano you drink coffee when you trim? My god, man! That just ain't right! I know your bud is all wet and stuff but you gotta find you something cannabis rather than caffeine. Get some THC infused milk for your coffee. Scrape up your scissor and finger hash and get your head on.
    Sorry. I'm a traditionalist.

  • 420chicano
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    I get a good Coffee make a full pot ......schedule that day to do nothing but trim ....Enjoy your Harvest examen you buds .....and yes I am a wet trimmer for me anyway where I dry I get better airflow

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  • CaptainWiese91
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    True.
    My experience with wet trim, It’s much more easier to cut all leaves and especially sugar leaves, when they are not curled into the bud and dried

  • 9fingerleafs
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    Yeah every climate is different. I keep my rh 55-60 in the room I dry. They also dry up differently. Like the moisture from the stem is released tru the sliced leaves instead of permeating to the outer bud over time. Only people that can’t do dry trim should do wet trim in my opinion. For example if you live in somewhere that’s always 80+ rh

  • SimpleGrower12
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    Thanks for the stretching tip. I was sore for a day or two because I did not stretch. Other than that, I think the way I currently trim now is closest to your method. I see you have a 3x3 tent. I would love to see your light set up if you don’t mind. I have a 2x2 that needs some reconfiguring.

  • SimpleGrower12
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    Thanks for sharing your ways. I like the idea of spreading it out more so I appreciate this.

  • SimpleGrower12
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    I did this on 2/3 of my harvest this time around. I’m really curious to see the outcomes because it does feel more efficient to only touch the buds one time basically.

  • SimpleGrower12
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    You are right. The way I’m doing it now, it does take days to harvest. That’s interesting about the impacts on speed of drying. I wonder if controlling the humidity helps to slow down the drying enough that it’s ok to wet trim? I have my humidity super dialed in.

  • SimpleGrower12
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    Thanks for the pics, really nice plants! So you trim in the pot, and leave it in the pot to dry too?

  • SimpleGrower12
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    First of all beautiful buds! Wow! That setup is dope. I’d love a how-to on that.

  • alltatup
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    I'll vape to that.

  • CaptainWiese91
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    Looks like I’m the only one who do wet trimming 😆
    I trim my plants when I harvest, a full trim.
    Then I dry them for 7-10 days and then for the curing process.

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  • 9fingerleafs
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    Dry trimm only. I do remove the leaves with stems but never cut leaves because the plant looses moisture too fast. Also the only way to go tru big harvests is dry trimm because you cannot wet trimm everything at the same time the same day.

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