Originally Posted by BlindDate
So being a wet trimmer for the last 10 years I thought that I would give dry a try. I went through all the posts and everyone seems to cut then hang either the whole plant or branches. Some people do mention the difficulty of trimming what with fan leaves and such folded over onto the bud.
So, my question is why not leave the plant in the pot to dry top up? Turn off the water and let it die & dry. My situation is that I don't need to get new clones into the space right away so I can just take my time trimming. Has anyone done this? Do you think it will make it easier to trim??
Once flushed, and,rooting system was dry(all under lights),I did try with one plant, trimming her in the dark(in her 18ltr pot) and eventually culled her.Took a few days,but,worked just fine
Was going to adopt the same with this run,but,I was transferring a slight "gnat issue" to other areas
Just recently I read that you have to be slightly careful in case it seeds in the dark.That I'm not to sure about, although I got one seed from the plant I tried the technique on
Hope it helps