Auto super skunk wont turn amber

Hi there I have an auto super skunk from ilgm that wont tuen amber, but im pretty sure shes done. Should I pull her?




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Yep, if youre all cloudy, pull it. Some plants wont turn amber no matter how hard you try. Ive got a few now i think are like that.

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:point_up: @StanL Agree

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the plants doesn’t look too good, too skinny & very shallow in the branches, what did you do? I started with he easi=est strain & worked my wayu up, those plants look verysmall , something is definatly up

@Master-Grower dude, its an auto, not a photo. That actually looks good for an auto compared to some that ive either grown or have seen grown. At least it got over 6 inches tall…

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Im growing super skunk photos you have to look deep in your buds 7 week flowering time so its short

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Ilgm said 16 weeks but I did a organic super soil so it’s taking much longer but Its also a 5 foot plant that stretched alot. This is the 1st one too finsh and the rest are still have a few more weeks but as I understand it most autos have finicky genetics

Lots of pistils still fully extended, and still plenty of them light in color. Not saying you can’t harvest her now if that’s your preference, but she doesn’t look fully ripened yet in my opinion.
A lot of good stuff is going on in the buds during the ripening process. Terpenes are still developing, and the taste and smell profiles are still getting better.
I used to harvest early all the time, then I finally learned how much better my weed was when I actually allowed it to fully ripen!

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Yes @StanL all plants are different even though there the same stain its just taking a little longer if there all cloudy it will be good smoke and they will still change some after harvest congrats on finish grow

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Idk they were pretty cloudy and she seemed to stop growing but I might not of added enough nutrients towards the end because I didn’t expect it to go so long

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Thank you!

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You are very welcome my friend happy growing