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Too early for amber trichomes

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by Growops3, Sep 1, 2017.


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  1. I have a plant that is about 6 weeks 39 days flowering and the top leaves and parts of the buds have amber trichomes already. Isn't it to early. Other parts of the plant look like there 50/50 milky/ clear. Any info would be great I'll try an post a pic
  2. Some phenos.are super fast I've just had a early 7 week plant finish woth 4 ozs and it was a great smoke, go by trichomes all plants are different

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  3. it's normal for the outer leaves and bud to have amber
    look at the main buds and in multiple locations.

    My outdoor plants always amber up a lot on the sugar leaves
  4. Also make sure to look at bud and not sugar leaf

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