I believe the original inspiration for my SCROG came from Hogmaster. Dry fit and drilled instead of screwed, 4 X 6 inch openings as rectangular makes it easier to weave branches.
Man aint the knowledge around here so freeflowing and vast. Sadly ive never gotten scroggy with it…
Also another SCROG magician is @spyonyou. That thing was GORGEOUS
Aight @merlin44 how much for a 4x4 scrog I ain’t getting in there to maintain anything, trying to do too many things and neglecting my grows lately… having 4 4x4’s and work ain’t making these ladies happy at all
Oh and a BIG THANK YOU ALL!!!
Your all amazing and give mad love whenever anyone needs it! I truly appreciate all the advice and responses!
@kw_Bat amazon! Prime the F outta it already! Thanks I’ll give anything a try atleast twice…
I’m don’t understand what you are asking…sorry
Hey @merlin44 what size are those screens?
@merlin44 you should sell these! I’d buy one…or 4
This is my SOG built for a 2’x4’ tent. Built of @Jbum design. Works great for the tent it’s in but I definitely will be doing something different for my bigger tent. Single plant SOG.
I second that I think you can definitely make profit on these!
The screen frames are 34" across with 3" - 4" spacing on the screen.
The angles on the corners were done to make it easier to rotate the plants.
Nothing is glued and the twine is strung on screws making it easy to remove (and reuse) at harvest time. The height of the frame/screen is adjustable by simply lifting the frame and repositioning the pins in the vertical components.
Been lurkin and lookin, great pics and scrog…I for one would love the list for those,
And I’m out of likes already!
Whoop whoop! That last post got me MEMBER Status!!! Oh and I found it…thank @Jbum for the pic!
Good advice on here for sure, just don’t do what I did, cant move it, hard to see the back let alone trim anything but the big stuff. I will be building something similar the @merlin44 next run!
Somewhere back down the road I see some Plumbing or pipe fitting experience shining through.
Not really, just an electrical engineer, spent most of my career working with and designing robots and industrial controls. Mostly copied what i saw on this forum with a couple of enhancements.
@Teacherttom1 I will get the BOM and cut list together and post is later today.
That’s interesting I worked on the industrial controls since early 80s.
I was a journeyman electrician in the 80’s, got my EE in 1992. Worked on everything from the outhouse to the powerhouse, from the sawmill to the clean room. Retired this past November, turned 62 a few weeks ago.
Apparently can’t keep a job LOL.