To harvest and make the cutting point of our flowering plants you have to be patient but you also have to know when to cut, so the Tempo Norte with all its appearance told me that it was ready, even 2 days ago, because I had cultivated this same genetics last season and the cut to 50 days of flowering, this time I decided to leave it 2 days and the cut today with 52 days of flora.
This harvest time is always a special day because we collect the fruits of the plant which over several months through hard work and dedication completed its phases and we successfully finish our crop, this is priceless and is extremely rewarding for those who cultivate, especially with this sacred plant such as Cannabis.
This variety does not grow much and is very comfortable to cultivate, the Tempo Norte will always be among my favorite genetics, but I think from what I read that the breeder no longer commercializes it, it no longer appears for sale, it is discontinued and that makes the cultivation and harvest of this variety contains more value.
Now there are only 2 essential steps left, dried for 15 days and then cured for at least 1 month and the longer we leave it cured we will get a better material to taste with a lot of class.
Here I leave a publication with details, including a test of the Tempo Norte to cultivate last season for those who are interested in reading and know a little more about this genetics: