Nice growing, como siempre! Happy chop & trimming!I finally freed up some jars, so all of White Widow is now happily curing in tightly sealed mason jars.
Speaking of Northern Lights, I think I might begin the harvesting activities tomorrow. It's got a lot of amber, but also still has some clear. I wanted to ripen this plant a bit more than I usually do for some good evening meds. However, the caterpillars are constantly chewing the bud stems off and it's really pissing me off!
Here's some pics of her
I definitely got 'em.Smoke 'em if ya got 'em
Thanks PW. She's got some nice dense colas. I'm anticipating maybe 18 oz from her - not as much as White Widow, but still more than I need.Fine looking NL Beez.
Surprisingly, No. It's actually the 4th time the wind has blown her over in the past couple weeks.I hope ya didn't get any damage when it got blow over.
Our neighborhood got lucky - power stayed on. Most of the PG&E (for those of you that are not familiar, it's our power supplier) shut-offs were in the North Bay/Wine Country as that was hardest hit by last year's fire storms. A neighborhood about 3 miles south of us was shut off as it's closer to some very dry and rugged terrain. To be honest, the wind wasn't that bad and probably didn't warrant shutting down electricity to several 100,000 homes and businesses.You still have power? Good luck with the winds and PG&E.
Yes, indeed - lots of buds. Got about half of the plant harvested yesterday. A lot more caterpillar damage removed along with about 30 - 40 caterpillars. They were pretty small. Many floated to the surface during bud washing, others hung on until removed during trim.I’d guess that you won’t even notice it missing Look at all that bud!
Thanks Age! How close to harvest is your Northern Lights?I like the one pointing at the sky! Awesome Beez very impressive!
They still haunt me in my dreams.They will no longer be able to hurt you.
This is probably how it should have looked when I began the harvest. Next year will be the season of #NOLARF!I thought you’d uploaded the ‘before’ photo by mistake for a second there!
Wow that's some big colasWell, I finally finished trimming Northern Lights. Began on Oct 10th and finished on Oct 13th. We kinda took our time with it, for a couple the days we only spent about 3 or 4 hrs on it. Glad it's done, but sad that it was the last one of the season. Still lots of work to do for drying and curing. It was not as big of a yield as the White Widow, but still a pretty good harvest. I'll post the numbers once it's dried to 62% RH.
Here's some pics from the activities.