ScrOG grow

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by mogie, Mar 22, 2007.

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    mogie

    mogie Well-Known Member

    Contributed by: Daveiscool

    So you?re going to grow ScrOG? Well, get used to training your plant, you will spend a lot of time shaping and positioning for better light distribution. One of the main advantages of ScrOG, is when the main growth tip is redirected horizontally 90 degrees to the screen, it opens the main stock to more light, which generates growth tips, and increases vigour.

    What I like to do is give my plant a head start, by pre training the main stock horizontally. This has two real benefits, the main stock is not affected by the installation of the screen (training your plant horizontally to 90 degrees, really helps when you have a real fat stock), and the growth tips start growing/stretching upwards so they are very close to, or are penetrating the screen when the screen is installed (normally the growth tips wouldn't start to stretch up until the initial main growth tip was trained horizontal to the screen, this causes you to veg more time under the screen to allow for the growth tips to penetrate).

    All you need is a twisty tie, a container, a sharp pointy object, and some string. First take the string and at one end make a loop, leave the other end alone for now. Next, take your container and pop a hole at the top of the container, then slip the loop through the hole (So the loop would go through the hole towards the centre of the pot). Next, at one end of the twisty tie, secure your stock where you want it to bend horizontally, at the other end twisty tie around the loop. Carefully take the string hanging out of the hole you made and pull on it, the plant should start to bend where you have it secured at the main stock. Pull the string till you have your desired angle then tie a knot that won't fit through the hole you poked in the container, and let go of the string.

    [​IMG] Veg like this for 3-5 days; you should now have a pre-trained plant, ready to be installed into the screen. NOTE: Your plant may not be able to bend horizontally on the first train,so to prevent snapping the stem, train progressively.
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    CFL+OutdoorGrower

    CFL+OutdoorGrower Active Member

    Talk about unloved
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    lilindian

    lilindian Active Member

    ^ what he said

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