HARVEST TIME! (.....Aphids?)

Discussion in 'Growing Marijuana Indoors' started by xBlue Dream, Aug 18, 2019.

  1. #1 xBlue Dream, Aug 18, 2019
    Last edited: Aug 18, 2019
    So I started harvest last night!

    I decided to do it outdoors this time, since harvesting the crop in the bedroom I grew it was terrible for everyone else in the house.

    I began last night, and got about halfway through harvesting before accidentally snipping my fingertip and needing to pack up for the night. The Plants, which spent ~4 months indoors, were left out overnight, and mostly through the day today. Altogether, about 22 hours of outdoor exposure.
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    (The collapsed girl on the right just had her support strings cut strings cut).

    Going through these buds now, I'm occasionally finding these tiny little black, speck-sized bugs. I assume they're aphids. What do you think?
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  2. Hope ur fingers good
     
  3. So do you pull them out here or is the assumption that they're full of THC goodness? Maybe the bugs convert it into 11-hydroxy too?
     
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  4. That dont look like no aphid ive ever seen. Looks more like some dumb gnat or fly looking thing

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  5. Nah, I can do that on my own ;)
     
  6. It's a fly !!!!!!
    sheesh
     
  7. Yeah, I took some pictures while my finger was bleeding lol. In the time it took my Galaxy S8 to flash, focus, and then flash/picture, I bled this much.
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    All in all, we had to wash the blood off of the sidewalk with a hose. I probably should have gone for a stitch or two, but you know...harvest, right? I finished the next morning.

    All in all, grow went good. Cure just finished; got about 8oz of good smoking bud and another 10+ oz of cookable bud.
     
  8. im almost 100 % sure that is Aedes-albopictus egyptian mosquitoes aka " ankle biters " their sting leaves a nasty welt that is itch as anything ive ever been bit by . They been spreading across the US
     

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