Its only going to be beneficial if your root system is too puny to support the entire plant.. Every leaf is a factory, and will add to total production so long as it can get enough manpower in the form of water & nutes.. If they don't get that much light so what, that has no impact on how much light the leaves above get, and if the roots are strong, there will be more than enough water/nutes to go around.. Look at M Blaze and his monsters.. Now that is asking alot of a root system..
You know from experience.. You do examine things after death right.. And doing things as per guidelines helps alot..
Like plants that have been harvested and aren't destined for reveg..
Blaze, here she is after her first day of 12/12. We've had some electrical issues. Damn techmology.
I don't know you. Who is this. Don't come here. Prank caller. Prank call.
Mary, Mary, quite contrary. How does your garden grow?
First off, thank you M Blaze for the breakdown on Fimming. My question is rather than reguards to height, because so many plants grow differently. Some short and bushy, some tall and lanky. At what point during a grow do you find it best to Fim them? Specifically, if it makes sense, How many nodes or branches would you suggest there be on the plant before you Fim the top?
On a quick side note, I learned an inmeasurable amount from your journal. Thank you.
Also, do you think the 15 gal. grow pots are pivotal (for root space) to grow monsters such as yours? Do you think one could get "close" results growing with soil in lieu of coco (FF soil and 600W HPS)?
BTW - I know folks say this a lot, but I just can't thank you enough for the way you selflessly share all your methods, and provide inspiration to those of us who aspire to have beautiful/productive plants such as yours...THANKS and +rep.
hey m blaze great fuckin tutorial man. quick question, how much growth was below the plant when you first FIMMED it?