Harvest time... That make or break time that can end in a pile of dense dank nuggets, or something more akin to dried alfalfa. The secret is in the humidity and temperature and all too often we see beginners drying their harvest way too quickly and destroying valuable terpines and essential oils in the process. This takes away from the overall scent, taste and even potency of your final cleaned product and so just as important as the whole growing and flowering phases is the drying and curing phase. Let’s walk through a harvest together and discuss the pros and cons of each method available and the proper way to dry, cure and store your product.
By this stage you have made it past the cloning stage and have a bunch of little new plants as well as the donor plants they came from. You can now decide to flower the donor plants out knowing they are backed up in cuttings, or you may decide to flower all the cuttings at once in a sea of green style.