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Is this plant ready to harvest? White widow

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You can harvest now,  as it looks like the hairs are starting to turn orange. You can also look at the trichomes with magnification to see if they are clear, cloudy, turning amber or fully amber and fully ripe. I like to harvest WW earlier just when the trichomes are cloudy and before they turn amber. I like a lighter earlier harvest WW high myself. Some wait until they turn 50% amber after 10 weeks of flowering, or even 75% amber. Its a matter of taste I guess? The terpenes mature over time as well, and earlier harvested WW does not have as deep a smell to it. My nephew did not believe that I grew WW because of the smell. My earlier harvested and cured WW has a dominant pinine smell to it with less humulene (beer) and caryophyline (spicy) smell which they can also develop. The high from WW is lighter and more sativa like when harvested earlier and the high becomes more stony the later they are harvested.

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Thanks for your information :) reading your comment high as fuck

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