When to flip to flowering using scrog?

Growing blue dream using scrog. When should I flip to flowering? When the scrog is 70% full or 100% full . I know it’s needless to say but this is my first time using scrog.

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You can expect the post-flip “stretch” to add an additional 30% to 150% of growth. I would time my flip with this in mind. I’ve had plants grow just a little bit after the flip and I’ve had other plants double in size after the flip. Please keep this in mind when making your decision.

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I typically flip at around 50-60% full then let the stretch fill it in the rest of the way.

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I normally try to fill all cells with a branch before flipping. Then manage through the stretch by tucking and moving.

I like a full canopy.

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From my experience growing Blue Dream she puts on quite the stretch during the transition. I just ordered more Blue Dream too! Lol

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That is beautiful !! That is what I’m shooting for.

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Should I flip now or wait a couple of more weeks? I’m wondering how much these blue dream plants will stretch after flipping.




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I put a couple of pics of mine on this topic. If you don’t care tell me if you would flip to flower now or wait a couple of weeks. Thank you for your help

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I put a couple of pictures of my blue dream scrog on here. If you don’t care would you look at it and tell me if you would flip now or in a week or two. Thank you

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I put a couple of pics on here if you don’t care take a look and tell me what I should do. Thank you

I finally put a couple of pics of my blue dream scrog on here .If you don’t mind take a look at it and tell me what you think I should do. Thank you.

I haven’t grown a blue dream but from the grows on here that I’ve seen is BD stretches a lot after flip. You’re about where I flip when I run a scrog. I let the stretch fill out the rest of the canopy

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My preference is to really smash the plant down and direct the four tops I hopefully successfully FIM’ed (haha). If you did that you could spread the plant out more; exposing nodes on upright branches that are (now) horizontal. Allowing the plant to develop those for a week or two I believe is beneficial to the overall yield. It will fill in and you’ll have better through-canopy penetration of both light and air.

Like myfriends said you could train them more but Its looking pretty full. Its really up to you.

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