Yeah, I left the leaves on there to retain a little moisture for the slow dry as the RH in the grobo is sitting around 51%. Once the stems start to crack when bent is usually when I move them to the jars for curing. They’re starting to smell pretty good already!
Me too. I listen for that snap sound. Ready to clean up and jar it…
Look at all the tricombs light up from the flash… Nice picture bro… Good Work
So beautiful… Good Job again bro.
Thanks, Man. I love this hobby
Nice congratulations. It is a cool hobby.
Keep us posted on your trim weight and final weight, when is your drying set to be done, next 3-4 days? I am really looking forward to hearing what you ended up with!
I will provide the weights soon. I thought it’d be ready this weekend to trim, but the stems are still bendy, so a few more days.
Btw, when I am replying to someone’s comment, it fails to tag the person once posting. Seems like maybe a bug.
working as intended. It will notify them. If you want to ensure they are tagged add the @ and there name
Is it because I am the author of the thread? Their icon doesn’t show up in the reply to: when I reply.
I see the person there, but they disappear after I post it.
The person’s icon doesn’t show if you are the immediate following post. Only shows if someone else has posted in between.
Just tap the plus sign
Hello Lovely Growers!
Here is my final yield from my first grow! Here is Kosher Kush (Indica) coming in at 1.7 oz trimmed. I did have to dispose of some due to a little bud rot, but most was ok!
Not bad for a 1st grobo grow. Now onto transplanting Chocolope 😶🌫
Great, nice! I am in my first flush and will dry by this weekend. I am not expecting much as I messed mine up pretty good but if I get an ounce or even close to that I will be OK. There are some things I see I know I have to just toss once I start cutting it up.
Now I know a few things to not do for the next one.
Awesome that’s a great turnout
Thank you, guys, for the feedback. I think the thing I will do differently next time is trim a lot more of the leaves after harvest. I wanted to slow the drying process, but given that San Diego can be humid, I think the leaves should be stripped to prevent mold/rot. I had to throw away about 2 grams or so due to this, but thank the weed gods as most of it was fine!