Discussion in 'Advanced Marijuana Cultivation' started by sohighifly, Aug 30, 2013.
you can call that a scrog but all you're doing is supporting the plant
couple weeks in flower
last week in flower
I'm not saying you don't know how to grow brah... but thats not how you really scrog... you're kinda like staking the plant without stakes.... lol i don't know but that's not a scrog...all you're doing is supporting the plant....you basically sog into a screen to support you're plant you're not really scrogginggggggggggggggggggggg i don't know how else to say it
^^^ Maybe try explaining to him, the difference between what is, and what isn't, instead of just saying what isn't.
there's a million threads on it but since you ask hockey i'll help
welcome have a good day
Hey, you were the one who said you didn't know what else to say, I was just helping
if you wanted to help you would have explained it instead of asking me to explain it bye bye
so had 6 plants in veg with lots of shoots and lst them into the screen to control the height and to spread the canopy evenly in flower, using more bushy plants help to cut down the amout of lst I had to do into the screen, thinking this would give me better results in less time
why would this not be classed as a scrog
botton left of the screen you can see the shoot trainned into the screen ?
Because it's not..when you're scroging you create like 20-30 tops on one single plant. You're plant is basically just grown straight up with a bit of lsting that you held down with the screen.. It does not matter your grow looks good keep it up But it's not a scrog it's a sog if anything. I don't know how else to explain it to you read the thread if you're still confused
Sorry to hijack your thread, i believe that if the conditions were the same you would probably get the same result weather you mainline or scrog, a big part of yield depends on root zone and not training method. It kind of depends on your setup, if your plants are like 2 feet tall and you have a 600 watt thats perfect cause you're getting light penetration all the way the way to the bottom of the plant and it doesn't matter weather your scrog it or mainline it, if you had like 4-5 feet plants or tops then scrogging it under the net would help reduce the canopy height and thus creating a more uniform canopy with even light distribution to the whole plant thus creating more buds and less popcorn. The training method just helps with light penetration.
Bullshit, you can scrog one plant or multi..same theory- technique..
RAGEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE nobody said you can't scrog multiple plants
Scrog is a screen of green...you see the screen? You see the green? Get off the guys dick.
you're so dumb its not even funny... so if i grew 20 plants in sog style and put a screen on top of it i have a screen and my sea of greens so i have a scroggg yeahhhh scrogging is about growing the plant horizontally and not vertically like in his picture. anyways let me hop off his dick so u can get on it
Were you dropped on your head as a baby? His plant is growing horizontally.. He told you himself he weaves it through the screen.
Were you??? Just because he put a few branches through doesn't make it a scrog. Did u even look @ the picture or read the thread
You can't put a flower in an asshole and call it a vase
@soi is this a scrog?
@soi can I see a picture of your scrog please I really want to see how you do it?
Looks like it it depends if you're still in veg or flower I can't really tell; it should look like this right before you flip to flower. You want to lst your plant under the screen and maybe give it a week after the last lst before you flip. Basically the whole point of a scroggig is to get even canopy light penetration. I would spread it out more and fill the rest of the canopy. Once you flip all those lateral shoots will start growing upward
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