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Rcknmch

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So my tents is 70 degrees and 60 percent humidity, will my plant be ok in there at night? Michigan is a humid ass state, don't have a dehumidifier, but it usually goes down some at night.
 

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Rcknmch

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Newest updated photos, hopefully not much longer! Waiting is definitely the hardest part of this for sure.

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Newest updated photos, hopefully not much longer! Waiting is definitely the hardest part of this for sure.
Looking good, and patience is one of the best lessons to learn for growing!
 

InTheShed

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Got a loupe? Getting a good look at the trichomes on the buds (not the sugar leaves) makes it easier to wait when you have to. It also lets you know when it's time to take it down!
 

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I do have a loupe. The only Amber colors and they are few, are on the sugar leaves. Bud is covered with trikes, looks like a snow covered mountain.
Sounds great! And this is the best time to start an additional hobby to keep your mind busy while you wait. ;)
 
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