The first time I ever heard of Screen of Green was from my dad, while we were enjoying his SOG of Northern Haze. It was the first time I had seen that done and I was marveling the group of single cola buds standing there like a bunch of popsicles begging me to have a taste. Lol
We went outside to his vegetable garden where I saw a six foot line of fence standing there by itself. He then informed me he was gonna screen a plant there and then proceeded to describe it to me.
Sadly, he got busted just as she was starting to spread on the fence. Yeah, never got to taste that SOG I had been drooling over. They got him two weeks before harvest.
All the examples of screens I see here are horizontal, and I understand the reasoning for it.
If I orient a fence lining up north to south, would it do just as well for yield?
The course of the sun throughout the day should basically weave the growth through the fence, leaving me to just worry about spreading it across the span of fencing. Theoretically, I should be able to cover an entire 6’ to 8’ line. Yes? No? Worth the experiment? Has anyone else tried it, and how were the results?