If you succeed in removing the pollen from the pollen sacs correctly, your hermaphroditic female plant will still stand a great chance of rewarding you with an amazing harvest. What are the Best Training Techniques for GG4 Plants. One of the most rewarding and easy training techniques for those who want to harvest huge yields from Gorilla Glue 4 is the Screen of Green method . Don’t worry if this is your very first time exploring this technique because there is little place for errors. Gorilla Glue 4 plants are quite resilient to mechanical damage.
In combination with the fact that the Screen of Green method is a low-stress training technique, it can truly work wonders for both beginner and experienced growers alike. The Screen of Green technique will also allow you to optimize the benefits of sunlight when growing indoors, as well as your grow lights when cultivating this strain indoors. That’s because the hungry buds will get equal and proper access to suck up all the light needed to reward you with massive yields upon harvesting. Keeping in mind that you need to be extra careful not to stress your Gorilla Glue 4 plants because of the increased chances of hermaphroditism, do study up the Screen of Green method carefully if this is your first time applying this particular technique. In general, your mission with the Screen of Green method is to keep tucking the branches under the screen as they keep growing. You can picture this much like simply weaving the branches all across the screen.
Your main goal is to make the colas the leading heroes of your growing journey since more colas mean more yields. How to Control Temperature and Humidity Levels for Best Results upon Harvesting? Gorilla Glue 4 is one of the most potent strains out there, and dealing with such an amazing strain means you want to optimize both temperature rates, as well as humidity levels to make the most out of your harvest in terms of quantity and quality. During vegetation , it is best to keep the room temperature at about 80 degrees Fahrenheit (26 degrees Celsius). At the beginning of flowering , it is best to keep the room temperature at about 75 degrees Fahrenheit (23-24 degrees Celsius). As flowering continues, your best move is to keep the temperatures at 68 and up to 85 degrees Fahrenheit (20 – 30 degrees Celsius). Mind that the difference between the room temperature at night versus throughout the day must not exceed 10 degrees. When your Gorilla Glue 4 plants are still seedlings, you want humidity levels of 60%. Your goal is to start decreasing the humidity levels little by little so that by the end of the vegetative stage, your grow room will feature 50% – 55% humidity in the air. For this purpose, slightly decrease the humidity levels each week but make sure to do this gradually or you may stress out your plants and trigger hermaphroditism. During flowering , remember to keep humidity levels on the drier side – 40% – 45% is the perfect humidity balance at this stage of your growing mission. As we mentioned above, Gorilla Glue 4 plants naturally thrive in dry and sunny climate zones so these are two of the most important conditions you want to mimic as an indoor grower. The fewer fluctuations in temperature and humidity your Gorilla Glue #4 plants face, the better the yields you can expect when it’s time for harvesting. How to Feed your Gorilla Glue 4 Green Marijuana Plants. Most marijuana plants can enjoy a good boost by utilizing the right nutrients. However, some strains are known as heavy feeders which means they are in a dire need of extra nutrients if you want to enjoy great yields. On the contrary, there are strains that are much more likely to suffer from excessive nutrients than actually suffer from a lack of extra nutrients. Gorilla Glue 4 plants fall somewhere in the golden middle. They will enjoy a healthy nutrient schedule but can still bring about decent yields provided the soil you use is of highest-quality. During vegetation , good levels of Nitrogen will help to stimulate the production of healthy foliage, and in return, healthy foliage will boost the process of photosynthesis to feed the hungry buds and make them grow fat and juicy. Gorilla Glue 4 plants also love some extra Potassium during vegetation. But do add only a limited amount because the more doesn’t mean the better. During flowering , you can boost those huge yields you’re aiming for by adding more Potassium and Phosphorus . Proper levels of extra Calcium, Magnesium, and Sulfur will further stimulate the fattening of the buds so that you can get more when the harvesting time kicks in. Then again, simply feeding more nutrients than needed can be quite controversial and actually leave you with very unsatisfying yields. In order to avoid such issues from happening, choose the nutrients very carefully. If you’re growing in soil, make sure you are using nutrients that are made to be used in soil, and not in hydroponic setups. Always dilute the nutrients you feed to your plants with water and start with adding little at a time. Let your plants “tell” you that they enjoy their nutrient schedule and don’t overfeed them.
Even organic nutrients can cause much trouble when overdosed so don’t fall into the delusion that all-natural, organic nutrient solutions are harmless to your plants. Check regularly for any signs of nutrient deficiencies or nutrient excesses such as stunted growth, darkening, yellowing, curling, or falling leaves. Don’t be afraid if you are faced with nutrient related issues because if you catch them on time, you can still enjoy tremendous yields. Nowadays, there are tons of tutorials that can help you out to understand the possible disease you are dealing with. Just focus on fixing any problems as early as possible without letting panic overwhelm you. Weed is called weed for a reason, and your plants will do anything to survive and flourish! While regular monitoring of your cannabis garden is quite a logical move to ensure huge yields upon harvesting, most growers have a very hard time determining how often is actually often enough. For instance, nasty aphids can wipe off your crops completely within a very short period. They are difficult to spot since they live on the underside of the leaves, they are pale in color, and their reproduction rates are monstrous. So before your plants can even display any signs of disease, it might be already too late for you to take appropriate action.
That’s why daily monitoring of your cannabis garden is your best move. But what’s more, apart from monitoring your plants daily, you also want to monitor them very carefully .