Yea I was told to leave it until the October harvest moon but I see the brown hairs on the flowers so thought might be readyI cant see clearly in the pic.
If it's still throwing out white pistils, then it's still making new flower material. On mine, I wait until there are almost no new white pistils popping out, and the trichs look minimal clear, mostly cloudy, with 10% to 20% amber. Outdoor harvest for me in central US is usually in October.
The pistils on my outdoor turn brown faster than on indoor. Just pay attention to how many new white pistils it keeps throwing out. When that slows down to very little, then you're about ready to harvest. At that point I'm checking trichs. Check the trichs on the main meaty part of the buds, not on the sugar leaves.Yea I was told to leave it until the October harvest moon but I see the brown hairs on the flowers so thought might be ready