On the left we have Crop King Seeds Cali OG Kush Haze and on the right, Blimburn Seeds Granddaddy Purple (My persona fav). Both are in week 7 of flower and doing well. Both in coco, fed Gaia Green dry amendments and under 320 watt Crecer Lighting’s PanthrX Mini V1 as well as Solarcure UVB bulb for 1 hour per day… anyway, with that out of the way, I will get to my question. The Kush Haze is supposed to be Sativa dominant which tend to be spindlier and usually take longer to ripen. Well, under the microscope today I notice that it has the odd amber trich already and the pistils are looking orange. The GDP on the other hand, the flowers are much fatter, pistils are mostly white and no sign of amber trichomes. Wondering if any of you more experienced growers would consider chopping the Kush Haze early if the trichomes present more prominent even if flower period is shorter than expected?