In some cases, you might want to Faline regenerate your plants
One of the most important as well as exciting parts of properly growing Cannabis is when you get to harvest your crop. When you see the pistols on the buds withdrawing back into the buds as well as dress to clean changing colors, you will guess that you are just about ready to properly harvest. When you see roughly 20-30 percent of the tiny pistols have changed color, this is the time when you will get the most potent THC content from your buds. When you let the buds go longer as well as get much closer to 72 percent that have changed color, this will be the latest you’ll ever want to wait with harvesting. When you wait this long, you will get a lot more bud overall, but there will be slightly less THC content in each bud. However, more CBD content. For those who are not looking to try to sell all their product, it’s a great system to harvest the sprouting buds sooner to get those pure THC quality buds. When you do properly split your plants down, you will want to trim those flowers bats! Some people will certainly hang their plants to dry as well as then trim them back later, but I would recommend just trimming them immediately after you trim your plants down. In some cases, you might want to Faline regenerate your plants. If you are planning on doing this, instead you will only want to harvest the top two thirds of the growing plant as well as allow the bottom third to go back into the phase of 18 hour plus lighting so that the buds will sprout new growth as well as the entire plant will be back into the vegatative stage. This is a good way to get sprouting clones if that’s what you’re looking for.