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berow berow
1 year ago
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berow week 5 started grow question 1 year ago
hello what u thing growers about it
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Experimentgreen answered grow question 1 year ago
It looks cool, fun training technique. I'd invest in some of those hanging plant hooks so it can withstand a fan breeze, a silica supplement to strengthen the stalk, and then just some really good light. It looks green and healthy as can be now. But plan for when it might have heavy buds...it be terrible for the stem to snap or anything like that. :v:
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growdoctordc
growdoctordc week 5

@Scuzzlebut wrote “... To strengthen the stems you can have a fan blowing directly on them ... “
I agree, with the qualifier that it be a gentle fan blowing on the plants. We want movement. Make them dance just a bit. It they look like palm trees bent over from an onshore wind, that’s too much, and will dwarf them.
Strange but cool looking plant!

growdoctordc
growdoctordc

@Scuzzlebut, con gusto señor

Scuzzlebut
Scuzzlebut

@growdoctordc, absolutely! thanks for fixing that!

Stick
Stick week 5

Hi @berow! Your plant looks healthy, despite a lack of big leaves to handle photosynthesis and turn it into energy. You're going to have a funny shape for sure, but next time I would recommend to look into the "mainlining" technique. This method involves a few scissor cuts and bending the stems with strings or weight, but the result is a beautifully shaped plant with equal colas (each main stem being exactly the same as the others, each cola become a main cola and gets plenty of light / air). From what I see on your latest pictures, I bet the lowest nodes are not going to yield that much, that's why I recommend to follow a tested and approved training approach. Hope this will help, keep us updated and happy growing! :facepunch:

Wachsemilian
Wachsemilian week 5

looks all fine to me good job:sunglasses::+1::ok_hand: