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Just looking for a bit of guidance from you growers. First of all can you combine all of these Advanced steps into one Cannabis plant (Super Cropping + SCROG + Topping + Lollipopping) Also SCROG and Super Cropping seem very similar. Could you let me know which you could combine for best yields.

Ok, seriously the point was that combining all those techniques is overdoing it. If you use a scrog for example, you don't need to super crop, just bind the branches to the scrog net. And for example if you start cropping or LST early, you don't need to top and certainly not lollipop. The point of all (except lollipop) is canopy control, to try to get an even field of buds. Personally I top first (leaving roughly 8 side branches) then tie those down a bit to spread the plant out (sort like LST) and then crop it to spread out the budsites. Whether it's aeroponics or not is not so relevant, although using a scrog net creates the downside of not being able to lift the plants out of the system to check the roots.

Ok, seriously the point was that combining all those techniques is overdoing it. If you use a scrog for example, you don't need to super crop, just bind the branches to the scrog net. And for example if you start cropping or LST early, you don't need to top and certainly not lollipop. The point of all (except lollipop) is canopy control, to try to get an even field of buds. Personally I top first (leaving roughly 8 side branches) then tie those down a bit to spread the plant out (sort like LST) and then crop it to spread out the budsites. Whether it's aeroponics or not is not so relevant, although using a scrog net creates the downside of not being able to lift the plants out of the system to check the roots. I do it all, using whatever technique provides the best overall canopy for my needs at the time. I'm a perpetual grower using mostly clones, so I don't really scrog because its not feasible for me. I certainly do everything else whenever each deems necessary. Check out the supercropping link in my sig for a few pages of pics and notes. Scrogs will get u most bud sites and even ones too. Super cropping is great too but sometimes causes too much stress and takes a while to recover. Topping, everyone tops and uses it almost in every situation. Lollipop, I never saw the use for all the defoiling. I used to super crop branches that were 2 feet long with 12-15 nodes and I would get something like 10 new shoots out of one branch. Scrogs will get u most bud sites and even ones too. Super cropping is great too but sometimes causes too much stress and takes a while to recover. Topping, everyone tops and uses it almost in every situation. Lollipop, I never saw the use for all the defoiling. I used to super crop branches that were 2 feet long with 12-15 nodes and I would get something like 10 new shoots out of one branch. I end up with lollypopped plants that are flat like scrog but 3-4 feet tall and sometimes 3 feet wide with no support so I can move them around. I think it'd help to start with a stronger understanding of what those methods actually are.

Think about this - you could take acid, meth, crack, shrooms, and heroine all at once but at a certain point you'd just be Fucked up n wouldn't know which one cause the strongest effect. if u try all the training methods at once how will you know what actually produced a bigger yield? Try one at a time with all other conditions the same n then decide what works best for you. Once you know what is actually happening when you apply these techniques then you can mix things up, realize what methods complement each other n you won't be just doing a generalized "super cropping" or "topping" or whatever but rather simply training and managing your plants to achieve optimal results. I think it'd help to start with a stronger understanding of what those methods actually are. Think about this - you could take acid, meth, crack, shrooms, and heroine all at once but at a certain point you'd just be Fucked up n wouldn't know which one cause the strongest effect. if u try all the training methods at once how will you know what actually produced a bigger yield? Try one at a time with all other conditions the same n then decide what works best for you.

Once you know what is actually happening when you apply these techniques then you can mix things up, realize what methods complement each other n you won't be just doing a generalized "super cropping" or "topping" or whatever but rather simply training and managing your plants to achieve optimal results.

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