Can you harvest the top half of my plant?

Can you harvest the top half of my plant?

How to Harvest the Top Half of your Plant? You might want to get an answer to this question, “Can I harvest the top half of my plant?” Yes, you can harvest the mature buds on the top section and liberate the leaves and branches to permit the better infiltration of light to the lower part of the plant.

Why are dispensary buds so small?

Nutrients – Buds won’t fatten and get dense unless they’re getting the right nutrients at the right time, which means low Nitrogen (N) and plenty of Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K) in the flowering stage. Giving too much Nitrogen (found in all-purpose plant food) in the flowering stage results in smaller, looser buds.

Are small nugs good?

​The Benefit of Small Buds ​Smalls provide nearly the same level of cannabinoids (THC, CBD, etc.) and terpenes (taste, smell) as the Instagram worthy nugs. Farms and growers alike typically sell them for lower prices because of the lack of bag appeal with roughly the same aroma and trichrome production.

What’s better big nugs or small nugs?

Small nugs will get the smoker to get the same high as the bigs nugs. In terms of amount, there’s more to smoke with smalls as well. But if you’re into something prettier with slightly higher potency then bigger nugs are the way to go.

Why are small nugs cheaper?

Popcorn nugs are the smaller, cheaper buds you can find at most dispensaries. Because they lack the A-plus, showroom-quality appearance of full-price bud, many producers and dispensaries will sell them at a discounted price in order not to waste any product.

What does NUG life mean?

NUG means “High quality bud of marijuana”

What is NUG short for?


Acronym Definition
NUG Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis
NUG Non-Utility Generator
NUG National Unity Government (Palestinian Territories)
NUG Ningbo United Group (China)