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MarijuanaFarmer started grow question 2 years ago
Should i remove more from the bottom of the flowering plant ie two bottom shoots?
First 12/12 grow
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First 12/12 grow MarijuanaFarmer
7 comments · 2 years ago
Techniques. Defoliation
Majormolasses answered grow question 2 years ago
Hey buddy :wave: :seedling: so if you do that then your plants just gonna put more focused growth into all your other plant arms it could be the difference of 2-3 grams or 5-7 just depends on how late or early you are to doing such removing.
Fruitgrower answered grow question 2 years ago
Leave them for now, they're looking great. When buds start forming properly you will be able to see which you don't need
DissNoof answered grow question 2 years ago
Hey there small grow, if you mean to remove the small branches off you plant then I would really say no or at least ask why. That's because it will hurt your yield and shock your plant ! What you can do now though is remove the bottom one or two flower nodes using a razor blade. These buds will be small and unripe in the end anyway, so when you remove them you'll end up forcing the plant to focus on the bud site higher up which will increase in yield and in quality. Hope this helps ! :rocket:
DILLIGAF answered grow question 2 years ago
@Smallgrow1 Hi mate I wouldn't remove those shoots as your canopy looks fine there's plenty of space between leaves for the air to flow so I think you can safely keep growing as you are I hope this helps Mate
Cannibalgardens answered grow question 2 years ago
Hey nice looking girls you got there don't take out those shoots they look healthy and are flowering this will only cause stress at this point in time .. if anything do something to increase available light for said bud sites .. you could defoliate some of the bigger fan leaves if they are blocking buds and possible do some light bending to spread out the branches a bit .That is my opinion besides that do not take off the shoots cheers from Canada ..