This is the last cannabis plant to be harvested out of a total of four.
She was slow to maturity, and probably could have even gone a few more days, but I don't think I would have got much more growth, and I always like to harvest right when the trichomes start turning in color or right before.
In this case I don't see any amber trichomes yet, but that's okay, because this stuff is the most powerful weed I've ever grown I think, and I don't want any trichome degradation.
It smells strongly of blueberries. That's really the only thing I can compare it to. The fruity smell is undeniably strong, with a pungent aroma beneath the surface that is difficult to describe, but most cannabis growers probably have an idea of what I'm talking about ;)
She is pretty big, I forgot to weigh her out, I'll blame it on the fact that I haven't smoked yet today :D
But it's not like I'm planning to sell any so it doesn't really matter to me. I'm confident I'll get at least a quarter ounce of super high quality cannabis.
Let's have a look at some more photos:
There's so much frost on this plant that I had trouble with the photography due to the white light reflecting off the trichomes and creating a reflective white out with a lot of the photos. I've never had that problem before but I'm not complaining!
After I post this, I'll be pulling the other two plants down, and will enjoy some cannabis and coffee.
I couldn't be happier with the overall results of this harvest.
It's my biggest harvest to date, and I think this might be my frostiest plant to date.
I'm planning to make some minimal upgrades to my grow space over the next few months, like more lighting and perhaps another tent so I can have a vegetation tent and a flowering tent. If I do get another tent, I'll get a larger tent most likely.
Thank you for stopping by, I hope you're all having a great day! -@futuremind