Hey guys so I have a quick question. My Girl Scout plant has stretched about 10 inches in the past 2 weeks and is very close to hitting the light. I thought I stopped it early enough but I guess not and it is not in the mood to be stretched. It refuses to bend. Is there anyway to resolve this or do I just have to let nature take its course? It is not an auto flower either.
Supercropping, if you can’t raise your light any higher. Just grab ahold of the stem/branches where you were trying to bend em, and give them a good hard squeeze. You can feel the tissue softening/giving way and you’ll sometimes have a choice to just let it go soft/sorta limp without snapping anything in half. Or you could go the route I went (on accident) and just snap that sucker right in half.
Here’s a good visual of what I mean: Supercrop - here we go
Google around some about supercropping - or more likely than not someone with actual intentional experience will be able to chime in
It was perfect for me. Tools, method, photos. I just searched for “supercropping” and bam. The best visual guide I could hope for.
Thank you. I was just messing around and threw it out there.