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trichromes question

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im in my 8th week into flowering and the trichromes are cloudy. im looking for the milky amber trichrome. approximately how long do it take for the trichromes to change from cloudy to milky amber and when am i suppose to flush ?
Cloudy and milky are terms used to describe the same thing, amber is the final stage and describes the color. I believe you have mixed milky and amber in some way that you should not have.
Correct, three stages. Clear, milky then amber. Its really dependent upon the strain and flowering time for the strain. Harvesting when milky will tend to give you a more of a cerebral high. While waiting for them to turn amber will give you more couch lock.