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Little green balls on bottom of each pistil?
... Rusty Trichome ... pistils are turning brown on the lower branches, hopefully not hermies... Takes a couple a day or so after pollination, and that calyx's pistils will start to fade. 4 1/2 to 6 weeks for viable seeds. Once the pistils age, or are damaged or ...
http://boards.cannabis.com/basic-growing/172624-little-green-balls-bottom-each-pistil.html
Little green balls on bottom of each pistil?
... Rusty Trichome ... pistils are turning brown on the lower branches, hopefully not hermies... Takes a couple a day or so after pollination, and that calyx's pistils will start to fade. 4 1/2 to 6 weeks for viable seeds. Once the pistils age, or are damaged or ...
http://boards.cannabis.com/basic-growing/172624-little-green-balls-bottom-each-pistil.html
Pistils turning amber too soon
... ready ,get a magnifyer x30 & check the trichomes too see if milky or milky/amber dont worry bud, alls well peace ... pistil color changes now in 3rd wk of flowering. The tallest has pistils that look "damaged" various colors even brown and dry appearing. Pistils are supposed to get brown ...
http://forum.grasscity.com/sick-plants-problems/254127-pistils-turning-amber-too-soon.html
White pistils of a pre-flowering plant (18/6) already turning orange... normal?
... and bushy. But... the white pistils it has showed about a week ago or so, are turning to a red/orange/brown combination and are getting thinner. ... from heat). Pistils can change to amber very early in the process this is why harvests should always be judged by viewing trichomes. some plants ...
http://forum.grasscity.com/absolute-beginners/245923-white-pistils-pre-flowering-plant-18-6-already-turning-orange-normal.html
Is this plant ready to harvest? (pics of buds and trichomes)
... once 60-80% of the white hairs turn brown its ready to harvest, so they look pretty ... harvest. Once the trichomes start having a slight amber tint, pull them. Another week or two, and you're ... plant by sight alone - you need to examine the trichomes - pistil hairs will give you an indication but you ...
http://forum.grasscity.com/absolute-beginners/265645-plant-ready-harvest-pics-buds-trichomes.html
Trichome Color is a Waste of Time
... that going by trichome color is the best way to decide when to harvest. Yet when pistils turn from orange/red to eventually brown, we know they ... psychoactive and it causes confusion and drowsiness, neither being a true high or a true stone. Sadly, many believe the confusion and drowsiness to ...
http://www.rollitup.org/harvesting-curing/475921-trichome-color-waste-time-3.html
Trichome Color is a Waste of Time
... of the trichomes are going brown it is ... NOT develop opaque or amber. ... pistils receding back, all white pistils no longer producing oils. I cannot go by the old-school amber method...could wait 100 flowering days and not see amber. i think the amber trichome ...
http://www.rollitup.org/harvesting-curing/475921-trichome-color-waste-time.html
Pistils turning Brown?
... or on the net to check trichomes and remove all doubt regarding maturity. Hi i have a 30x mag and they look cloudy but the pistils ... pistils are still very white? I personally like 20-50% of the trichs amber and all the pistils brown. ...
http://www.rollitup.org/outdoor-growing/251713-pistils-turning-brown.html
trichomes vs pistils
... to check my trichomes. i am growing skunk/ citral strain which is sativa or sativa dominent hybrid. October 15 is going 2 make it 10 weeks of flowering. The trichomes are looking cloudy and amber colors but the pistils are only 40% browning.What should i go by? Ive heard that the trichomes are more accurate than pistils ...
http://www.rollitup.org/outdoor-growing/29573-trichomes-vs-pistils.html
Trichome Color
... trichomes unpleasant, this offers a level of protection for the developing seeds. Animals: The layer of trichomes and cystolith hairs makes cannabis less palatable to many herbivores & omnivores. Desiccation: The layer of trichomes helps to 'insulate' the pistilate ...
http://www.rollitup.org/advanced-marijuana-cultivation/238273-trichome-color-2.html

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