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If you do accidentally snap a branch don’t stress, you can straighten it back out and use a splint to hold it up. It will be fine, but of course it’s still better to bend it carefully to avoid breakages. You can tie budding branches wherever you need to minimise shading.

It’s really useful to have a load of hooks, or even some thin wire mesh stapled to your walls to allow for many different potential tie points. Spending the time optimising light penetration to your flowering branches will pay dividends. Often as a plant grows it’s useful to reposition some branches a little every couple of weeks to ensure maximum light penetration. This leads us neatly on to Screen Of Green (SCROG) training. You can install a screen a few inches over your plants, then when a branch pops through the top, simply bend it back underneath and allow it to grow horizontally. The growth tip will soon refocus and grow vertically through the screen again, but then you can simply put the little lady back under the screen.

Once the main flowering stretch is finished after approx 2-3 weeks, it’s best to allow the buds to grow vertically through the screen, as by this time your plant will already be low and wide with excellent light penetration into the canopy. After trying many different styles of screen, the absolute best material to use in my opinion is the plastic cheap flexible fencing screen that comes of a roll with square holes of around 2 inches. This is ideal because it’s flexible but strong enough to hold it’s shape. It is easy to cut with scissors – so if you don’t check your grow for a few days and find a rogue branch or two that is growing up through the wrong hole it’s easy to just cut the mesh and reposition the branch – something that is a real hassle with metal mesh. Also the wider holed screens are far too wide to allow for precise training. The two times I used it I found I was supplementing the screen with wire to position my branches more precisely, and the screen actually ended up being more of a hindrance than a help. If you are training your plants with a combination of LST and Topping in veg, then they can slip beautifully into a SCROG setup for flowering, nice and easy. Personally I suggest FIMing as early as possible (internode 3 on a seed, or equivalent on cuttings) then allowing it to grow vertically for around a week, then starting LST to encourage bushy growth. You may find it prudent to FIM the main tips again once the plant has grown wider, so maximizing the potential carpet of growing tips. Ideally you are looking for a flat wide canopy at the end of vegetative cycle, ready for some explosive flowering! Выполните вход, чтобы сообщить о неприемлемом контенте. btw: did anybody ever mention that these blades are waveable due to that huge spine jimping?? this is a blade that hacks down doors, breaks the icesheet around your ship on an artic expedition, pries open steel barrels on an oil rig, dismantles taliban hideouts and splits wood on the ranch! this is not an open forum for dicks to vent about copying knife designs. The global marketplace for vintage and handmade items. The global marketplace for vintage and handmade items. In order to give you the best experience, we use cookies and similar technologies for performance, analytics, personalization, advertising, and to help our site function. You can change your preferences any time in your Privacy Settings. Etsy uses cookies and similar technologies to give you a better experience, enabling things like: basic site functions ensuring secure, safe transactions secure account login remembering account, browser, and regional preferences remembering privacy and security settings analysing site traffic and usage personalized search, content, and recommendations helping sellers understand their audience showing relevant, targeted ads on and off Etsy. Detailed information can be found in Etsy’s Cookies & Similar Technologies Policy and our Privacy Policy. Some of the technologies we use are necessary for critical functions like security and site integrity, account authentication, security and privacy preferences, internal site usage and maintenance data, and to make the site work correctly for browsing and transactions. These technologies are used for things like personalized ads. We do this with marketing and advertising partners (who may have their own information they’ve collected). Saying no will not stop you from seeing Etsy ads, but it may make them less relevant or more repetitive.

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