Hello! I'm really hoping for some quick help. This is my second ever grow and first time on my own. Everything has been going fairly well in my estimate. I have done hours and hours of research getting points of view and facts on growing, as well as the particular strains I'm currently growing, so I would say this is my last resort or I'm just going to cut once the soil gets bone dry after today's flush in a few days. Grow info: Organic. Soil- Kind "hot" soil and Happy Tree Frog potting soil. Container- 3gal smartpots (using 7gal smartpots next grow) Lights- 2x Gianor 216W UFO Led Grow Light Full Spectrum Strains- 1x Cheese and 1x Robert Bergman's Gold Leaf*** Average current temps- low: 72 F. High: 80 F Average current RH- low: 54%. High: 72% Space/room: 4 foot by 5 foot by 8 foot (round'abouts there anyway) closet lined in Mylar sheets. 1 tall standing Ion fan using a "nature" setting. Using for ventilation for now as I currently can not afford a proper venting system. ILGM's projected flowering time: 65 to 70 days (both strains) Current Flowing time, after first flowers appeared: 70 days. So my Cheese plant's leaves haven't started yellowing yet while the Gold Leaf*** has. I'm slightly worried about waiting too long to cut and I'm very worried about doing it too soon. I know flowering times could be different depending on many factors but my anxiety wont let me stop worrying about it. Right now I only have a 50x jeweler's loupe with two light settings(led and ir) to check on the trichs. they seem like they are only just about 25% milky with barely an amber one on either plant, except for the sugar leaves (only 2 or 3 every few). They seem to be starting to foxtail, at least from what I can tell. I know this is normal with Blue Cheese, but Cheese? Idk. Anyway, sorry about the pic quality, I'm not sure how to get through the purple glow with my camera without taking them out of their room... which I wont do anyway for fear of causing harm. If anyone could tell me if I should harvest once the soil drys or wait longer, I would be forever grateful! Thank you in advance!