Grow Question -- Can you still harvest when storm damaged?

Discussion in 'First Time Marijuana Growers' started by challender1, Nov 11, 2014.

  1. #1 challender1, Nov 11, 2014
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    HI --
     
    We're growing our first plant.  All was going well until we got a spat of unexpected severe wind/rain storms.  Our area got the first warning AFTER they began.
     
    But my poor plant was pretty beat up.  We have it inside now, and clipped off the worst branches to dry early, in hopes to use them for oil.  But my question is ... is this okay?
     
    The oil on the branches we cut off were only at the white stage -- no amber.  And they show visible deterioration of leaves and flowers.  Are they safe to use?  I suspect they won't be much good, but I'd like to use everything I can. 
     
    Thanks so much.
     
    (We've bought another baby plant too.  This one is growing inside.....)

     
  2. If the trichomes are milky, the plant is ripe. Make whatever extraction you desire.
     
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  3. you have oil storms?
     
  4. West Coast -- Thank You!!! 
    Pretty glad!  This is my first grow, and was prepared for issues -- but maybe this will work out okay!
     
    Plus, we have our new Prez baby. 
     
  5. Do you have any pictures of the plant? If the damage isn't too bad you may be able to continue ripening
     

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