When do I start to use a scrog net on my plant

When do I start to use a net for my plant

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Let’s see a pic of the plant

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Ok i pulled up a chair and going to watch this one.

Watching as I have the same question

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I answered this yesterday in another post:

I have a mobile, adjustable SCROG that mounts to the fabric pot so I can carry them around. I don’t put them in the screen until the plant is 18 to 20 inches tall and supercrop/FIM to develop 4 tops off of the main stem as well as many additional branchings to be used to weave into the screen. I slam it down on the plant and direct the 4 main tops into the diagonal corners. It remains in the screen in veg until I’m at about 90% filled then flip to 12/12.

I can get a plant under 30" total height (including the pot) and yields in excess of 12 oz. This is my last one just before harvest and pulled 14 + oz of flower from it.

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Thank you so much you were a very big help and your plant is awesome she is beautiful

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If I may ask what do you use for fertilizing

@Myfriendis410 if you can next time your screen is empty. Can we get a picture. I would like to do the same.

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That’s so beautiful, sniff.

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About 1 or 2 weeks before you plan on flipping to flower. This gives you several days before the flip to start training, then you’ll have about another 2 weeks to train through the stretch. After that, it’s mostly undercarriage maintenance.

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Or, what @Myfriendis410 wrote. Because wtf kind of magic does he have with ScroG?!

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Post number 136 IIRC shows the SCROG and a bill of materials.

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Bated breath!


Need to know for my baby!