I dont ask too many questions but since this was somewhat specific I gave the internet a good 5 minute look and gave up.
My trichomes are I would say 90% clear and 10% amber but I have 0% cloudy trichomes. Is it normal to bypass the cloudy stage?
I checked a few spots before I left for work, I found 3 amber trichomes everything else was clear, not even a tiny bit of cloudy.
Its a CFL grow in soil, probably 250 or so watts (actual)
I planted May 10th, flowering started about May 24th so they are in about 10 weeks into flower. Indica strain (broad leaf)
Thanks all for the input Not a dire need question, but I just would like others input. Always good to know more.
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Clear and Amber no cloudy? Trichomes
Posted 06 August 2012 - 11:49 AM
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Posted 06 August 2012 - 12:13 PM
Never heard of it,but up to 50% amber is fine.Actually its fine up to 100% amber then its starts degrading.
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