Got it - will get together in the next 20 - charging the microscope
Trim the yellow leaves before chop time
light is 5ft above the ground. I planted in 4 gallon cloth pots as instructed by who I bought from here so I don’t have to transplant…I just leave her be
That’s a much better plan anyway, then if he isn’t properly appreciative of your awesome gift you can give it to the new boyfriend… can I start a queue?
For another fellow farmer
Got it! So if chop is today I will trim this morning…I’ll send pictures as soon as charged
lol! too funny!
looking at your LST is that butchers twine?
Thats what I ended up using, seemed like a soft and comfy choice for her to fight against
It is twine…it’s what I had on hand…I had safety pins and put safety pins on the outside of the cloth pot and put the twin gently over the branch and down to the pin and wound around to secure…makes easy to adjust
see how pic two the branch is spindly…interesting
found a hole with light shining through and went for broke!
Chop her feet out from under her. The white pistols you see are from foxtails. They will continue.
So chop her from the root? I can chop separate branches right? Can I keep the bottom growing or just yank her altogether?
I don’t have an option to raise the light so I guess I have to concentrate on LST to keep next one low…right?
I am wondering if you can just take a branch,
do a wet trim and set it to hang,
whack the next trim and hang just in case the trim gets really long and takes a couple days?
Thinking it would keep it from drying while its waiting?
Or is it resilient enough to make it a few days after chop before initial trim?
(question for the knowledgeable)
Ive hung a whole plant once, turned out good, but I didnt like the work later. One of thwm things people do different ways. Now i hang branches
the yellow leaves that you see on the buds…do i chop those? sugar leaves? they have sticky on them …seems a waste
Think a lot of folks make infusions and butter out of the sugar leaves and bud trim, Fan leaves not so much