Is it possible to super crop during flowering, or is it only possible during the vegitative stage?
I was going to recommend LST too. It's alot less stressful on the plant, and a better option in flowering, IMO. Bend it a little further each day, and after a couple days it will be pointing dowwards instead of growing upwards, plus there won't be any damage to recover from.
Never super crop during flowering! When you do this at say week 3 the plants needs to recover for lets say a week or even more. So instead of having a harvest 8 weeks from the start of 12/12 your looking at 9wks+. LST is the way to go but most people do this in the Veg state. I like to take my rooted clone from the bubble cloner to a beer pong cup light on 24/0. then a week later she goes into a 3-4 gal pot...couple days later as when i throw her on 18-6 and begin LST. sometimes when i bend i also top the plant sometimes I don't. Just remember to try different things and do what works best for you!
i usually supercrop either 1-2 weeks into flowering, no stress or shock period, just tons of bud sites.
"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit."
i super crop in flowering and love it.. even though i'm sure super cropping would be considered high stress training, it works great, and it never stresses my girls out very much at all.. and in fact, i think it increases my yields by allowing more light to get to the lower budsites, allowing these buds to get much bigger than they otherwise would.. it also redistributes the hormones to the non apexical ends of the plant.
i "super crop" or bend my stems during early flowering right after the stretch. i usually do this to plants or stalks that are growing much taller that the rest of the canopy. i would not do this after they are done stretching, as there would be no point and the stems start to get more brittle and easier to break. i have never noticed any ill effects from this.