Marijuana Grow Harvest

I’m going to start keeping track of my grows in hopes that it will maybe help some of you get an idea of what’s going on throughout the entire weed growing process. I know my first grows, I was always wondering if I was doing a good job or not because there weren’t many people showing their grows from start to finish and everything in between.

Because my free marijuana growing guide shows you the methods I’m using to grow my own weed, it only makes sense that I show you what I’m doing and what kind of buds they are producing.

Harvest Results

Here are a few of the pictures I took yesterday as I went through the process of harvesting, trimming and hanging it all up. The leaves are yellowing in some of the pictures because I have been flushing the plants with no nutrients for the past week and a half, so they’re cannibalizing themselves (hence cannabis).  Some of the more mature buds actually have this amazing purplish hue which my iPhone can’t pick up for shit, but take my word for it; they bring a tear to the eye.

Growing Marijuana Harvest
Growing Marijuana Harvest
Growing Marijuana Assistant
Marijuana Drying After Harvest

I put more pictures on the THC Digest facebook page of my harvest, so go there if you want to see them all (don’t forget to add as friend for future updates!)

More Updates to Come

I’m going to be drying for the next 1-2 weeks and then curing for 2-3 weeks. This will allow me to store the weed for the months to come until my next grow is finished. Once that process is complete, I will share what the final yield of the cured bud actually is. It looks like 5-6 oz to me, but we will see.

Read: More: Drying and Curing Marijuana

I’m not going to start another grow for about a month, but I’m already planning my next grow and some new ideas I’m going to try. For instance, one thing I plan on building for my grow setup is a ‘Scrog’ or screen of green. My tops all look really high quality and I know they’ll give me the relaxation I’m looking for, but some of the other buds underneath the top canopy are definitely questionable. Scrogging should hopefully fix a lot of that, but I will talk more about it as I start building it.

As always, if you have any questions or comments about my results, you can comment below or contact me using whichever method you prefer. Add me on Twitter or Facebook, and you’ll be notified when the final weight results are in after they’re dried and cured. Until then, keep on growing!

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