I want a smallish plant and a big yield. Any tips on that?


#1

A customer has a question and I hope we can get some opinions on it, thanks

How do I know if a sprout is growing too slow? And when do I start feeding it??? I want a smallish plant and a big yield. Any tips on that? I know you can train the plant but is there another way?


#2

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Top 2 dont feed until you have 4-5 sets of true leaves or nodes
Sprouts will have Little to no upward growth (above soil ) for the first two weeks they are building a good solid root base
I will leave my sprouts and seedlings in starter pits untill they have 3-4 nodes transplant to larger pot and after they recover from transferring i will start feeding


#3

Typically if she’s a new sprout she will do much of her growing under the soil ie roots. And training and Scrogs are ways to keep plant small with big yield. Other wise if you flower her quick to keep small then yield will severely suffer