Marijuana plant Flowering Week 6 Harvest Time is determined using a few methods. Knowing the flowering time of the specific strain you are growing is most important. This strain I am growing in this video is a cross of Matanuska Mint and Afghan #1. I know from breeding these that they will take 6 weeks to finish flowering. Using a BelOMO 10x Triplet Loupe Folding Magnifier, I then check the thc trichomes aka thc glands to see if they have turned from a clear color to an opaque or milky color. If more than 50% of them are milky or opaque, I say they are done. If you see and trichomes that are amber in color, then they are definitely done and ready to harvest, cut, dry and cure.
Knowing when to Harvest Marijuana Buds
Knowing when to harvest your cannabis plants for the marijuana buds is explained in simple form in this short video. Follow my instructions on how I determine if the thc trichomes are showing signs of being finished.
Cutting Marijuana Buds during Harvest
Once your marijuana plants are ready to harvest, you simply need to take a pair of scissors, gloves, trash bag or clipping table and begin to trim and remove all unnecessary water leaves and stems or branches. Once you have removed these, you simply cut each leaf in uniform manner which is known as Manicuring your bud plant. Watch this Video for detailed, easy to follow instructions on trimming and manicuring your bud plants during harvest.
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