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Frosty_farm started grow question 3 years ago
Is it too late to put in a trellis net in my tent?if so, is there anything I can do so my buds won't touch the light because it seems like this plant wants to touch it and she keeps growing. Will she ever stop growing vertically?
Girl scout cookies second grow
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Girl scout cookies second grow Frosty_farm
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41 comments · 3 years ago
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Week 8
Techniques. Defoliation
DissNoof answered grow question 3 years ago
woah what an absolute beast , and this for gens reputed to be short and stocky. Next time you can SCROG but main thing is to watch that lamp to plant distance bro ! she's got legs on her though, i'll give you that ! I know this isn't the answer you're looking for but there's nothing you can do by now. One thing i will say about trellis nets is that i've seen plants basically not give a hoot and push forth like it was nothing, i'm trying to coat some metal chicken wire in some plastic coating , that's what i'll be using to thread my ladies through. I've seen folks get better yields SCROGing one plant than SOGing 6 so yeah looking forward to this, and for your next time, so should you ! Good news is that the GSCs stop growing end of week 8, you're at the end basically, she'll start to buff out and should be ready in 2 weeks ! Sorry for the tough answer, but it's the truth ! hope this helps ! :rocket:
MUDBUG answered grow question 3 years ago
My opinion i wouldn't super crop this plant i would tie her down and bend her you have a 50/50 chance of a hermie with to much stress you already have alot of dead leaves so theres something off already i dont think she would recover enough to provide you a decent yield :+1::+1::writing_hand::writing_hand:
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
You can put the trellis, but it will not help you at this point and yes there's something you can do: super cropping, that is taking a still pliable stem between your thumb and forefinger and firmly press until you hear/ feel a crunch; the skin will remain undamaged and you will be able to bend the branches / top in 90°. I've done it thorough flowering when facing similar issues. Good luck.