In order to get the most flexible colas, without losing vegetative time, try to top or FIM early in the plant’s life. If you’re still in the vegetative (non-budding) stage and plants are growing way too tall, you can top the plant immediately to remove height as needed. The time spent growing the extra growth will be lost, so this may add time to the veg stage.
If you want to top the plant multiple times, you may be interested in learning about main-lining (creating a manifold – a plant training technique). FIMing is generally less traumatic to the plant than topping. FIMing barely slows down growth and can stimulate the plant to grow up to 4 main nodes in one cut (instead of just 2 like with topping). FIMing will often not make symmetrical colas like topping. The resulting number of colas becomes less predictable. With FIMing, the 4 new colas created are not evenly spaced, and do not join to the stem in the exact same place. This might not matter to some growers, but is useful to know when using a technique like main-lining where it’s important for nodes to join at the same place on the stem. Note: FIM (unfortunately) stands for “F*ck I Missed” referring to the fact that it’s like topping your plant, only you’re taking off about 20% less. With Fimming, you can get less consistent results than with topping.
If you don’t actually pinch off the top growth just right, you may end up with only 2 or 3 colas instead of 4. The 4 colas also may not grow as evenly as the 2 tops that are achieved with topping. If you top your plant twice, you will end up with 4 colas just like FIMing, but you will generally get more consistent results. However, topping the plant slows down growth more than FIMing, so it’s up to you to decide what’s best for your situation. Instead of cutting the plant, which can sometimes accidentally result in topping, many growers instead choose to crush the top of the plant between the fingers, without removing any part of the leaves. However, I recomment removing plant matter and only leaving about 20% behind. While you can FIM a taller plant, there will still be a long main stem and your new colas won’t be as flexible as colas from an early FIMed cannabis plant. FIMing an older plant will leave you with one long main stem, but lower growth tips start growing up. FIMing is sometimes referred to as “pinching off” the top of the plant. To FIM the plant, you simply pinch or cut off the newest growth, taking just the tips of the newest growth off, and making sure to leave a bit behind. FIMing causes the plant to grow very bushy, and the other nodes will becomes strengthened just like when topping. FIMing barely slows down growth since very little of the plant is removed. Be warned, when FIMing your plant, the top growth on the plant will look weird when growing in. Topping and FIMing are both great choices, and the best technique depends on what you’re trying to achieve! Despite strict measures taken worldwide due to COVID-19, Herbies team continues to work on regular basis. However, the delivery time is now extended, as delivery services are affected by lockdown measures. It is important to note that average delivery time is now up to 3 weeks to the USA and up to 2 weeks to the UK and within the EU. Currently we ship parcels to the limited list of countries, you can check the list here. We will keep our website as up to date as possible with notifications of any service issues or delays. Pink Kush from Barney’s Farm is a cannabis strain with all the right attributes, producing good yields of 600-700g both indoors and outdoors, with 24% THC from a modest height of 100-120 cm. She has good resistance and is adaptable to different growing methods, making her a great beginner strain. Barney's Farm Feminized Photoperiod Outdoor Indoor Sensual satisfaction OG Kush 100 - 120 cm 600 - 700 g/m² indoors 600 - 700 g/plant outdoors 50 - 60 days Late September 20% Sativa / 80% Indica 24 % 1.4 % Pink Kush: OG Kush In Pink. Pink Kush from Barney’s Farm is a well-selected phenotype of the legendary and award-winning OG Kush. An 80% Indica, it's compact in size and stature, with dense, long, and hard buds that have purple and pink hues covered with resin and trichomes. Pink Kush, being an OG Kush phenotype, has all the qualities and virtues of its more popular and well known parent. It is a strong growing, fast, and vigorous, with many strong branches that get filled with hard, dense, smelly, and sticky buds, despite her average statue of 100-120cm.
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