Plant training on auto flower?

my question is simple, can you do any LST training or such on auto flower plants?

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@MarkfromCanada

Yes LST can be done. Also topping can be if it’s done at right time but not recommended to do so unless you are comfortable with doing it. I top my babies usually around the 15-21 day mark or after the 5-6th node. I LST the whole life of plant starting at the earliest time I can LST. Also before you follow my advice let’s others chime in to give you more indebt answer. But to answer your question yes you can

@Screwauger @Countryboyjvd1971 @Hogmaster @Myfriendis410 should be able to assist you also as they grow autos and are pretty good at it

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You bet. LST is all I do to auto’s. I start early and use the “bowl method” by pulling side branches down and out away from the mainstem. Sort of opens up the center of the plant similar to a “bowl.” @MarkfromCanada

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I personally top my autos early around the 3-4 node needs to be done early or yiu can stress the plant out to much but can be done i dont recommend do it until you have a few grows under your brlt and comfortable with feeding and watering ect once you have a grasp on that them experimenting is a good idea
Lst is a good option gor a beginner since your not cutting anything
Happy growing :v:️CB

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You can also supercrop them as well.


I supetcropped this white widow auto at the start of flower. It did slow the plant down by a month and a half if not more. I harvested one I planted at the same time almost a month ago that had nothing done to it. The supercropped plant has a few more weeks to go and will have a much bigger yield.

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thanks for the info all. this is only my second grow and the first indoors. i will be using all your knowledge quite often. only gonaa bend a little for now till i get more comfy with all this.

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