You’re making an effort that the best you can do. You’ll have a great canopy come harvest. I can’t wait to see how you do.
Could you bend the rules of the fence code by adding privacy screening to the top of your fence?
Always a way around the way.
9 years in the military. 5 years in an MC. ALWAYS a way around the way.
Thanks all I am excited for October…I am not sure about a privacy screen, but I could add it and see what happens. Where can I it? Home Depot, Menards, Lowe’s etc?
I know Lowe’s carries it. I looked at it the other day. HD has it on their website and I found several different brands, colors, and dimensions on Amazon.
Wow! Umm. Take the cages off and tie them down to open up airflow & create more flower sites.
I wouldn’t super crop anything already in flower or pre-flower unless you’re ok with risking stress induced hermaphroditism. The outer sheath of the stems is more susceptible to splitting in flower stage as well which can create a port of entry for disease & pests.
Hard to tell from the pic but that’s my advice given the information on hand.
Wow sorry my late response was totally inappropriate after seeing what you’ve been doing to keep them out of sight.
Just keep tucking!!!
Was this to me, the OP, or to Gerant?
Everyone. I didn’t realize there were so many others on the thread.
I use tomato twine & landscape staples I put a slip knot over tip of the branch at the near end gently pull toward earth until it’s more horizontal. Then I cut the twine, slip knot that end and put a staple through it & into the ground.
There are obviously not nearly as large as what any of you are contending with this season. But I’ve grown my share of 8’ tall Amazons that turned out about as wide in recent years.
This is my “go to” solution once flowering has started. In veg you can hack away or super crop all you want.
This would’ve been over my head had I not supercropped & tied down.
I like this and will be trying it out next summer. Mine are well over my head even after two super croppings. They look fantastic
Beautiful job!!! That’s pro! I’ve always grown monsters in the past. I really like when the plants look like ground bushes way safer from a looks stand point. No prying eyes and such. I’d like to learn to train like this.