Well ‘she’ can also be you!! Gotta give n take a little.know I need to harvest when she’s ready
Congrats on all beautamous harvests!
Thank you ladies! And thank you Amy, you’re helping me feel better about my choice. I know it could’ve probably gone another few days or so, but the assembly line pushes on. I’ve been working a bit at a time and I’ve made it to about halfway through now. I think as soon as this one is finished, I’ll move on to Candida and CPK. I was hoping for a little more staggered finishes, but it is what it is!!The double edged sword of having lots of wonderful plants... harvest exhaustion! I know it well.
Well ‘she’ can also be you!! Gotta give n take a little.
And I think not wanting to shove it back into the jungle is a perfectly valid reason to harvest anyway! I also agreed it was just in the window too so you picked the perfect moment to pull it out to check... you knew, see!
I keep thinking that doctor statement must have some similar genetic parentage it’s a Candida. The floppiness is a big one, LOL! But the lemon pledge thing you and shed both mentioned too. Wouldn’t surprise me anyway.
Alright then! NoT similar!difference in leafiness and bud size is just about as opposite as it gets
Notes for when grow it, thanks.much better at supporting herself up to about the end
Also noted for when I (maybe, now) grow it.leafy beast
This sounds very familiar to me. Pretty much how my harvest sessions go, but the strategy is actually pretty good. You work on a little at a time and take breaks when needed without the stress that you've got to get it all done in one sitting. Thanks for the heads up about it being so leafy. I guess I'll find out first hand in a couple more months.We started chopping her down this afternoon, we’re washing and trimming a piece at a time. Lol, this girl is so leafy, it really takes a while. We worked for a couple hours and we only got fans removed and trimmed up about 1/4 of the plant!