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Staffy your plants look pretty small to be supercropping imo.
To supercrop you want to break the branch, not bend it. I break it so it's pretty much hanging downward, almost swinging. I really break it. If you don't, after a week or so you won't even be able to tell you did anything.
I also think you should only supercrop fairly long branches for the same reason, otherwise they'll just grow right back to where they were. I only do branches that are at least say 8" after the break.
If you really broke it badly and might lose it, try taping it. Lots of growers do that... good luck!
Staffy they'll be just fine. In about a week you'll hardly be able to tell you did anything.
I look at supercropping as a last resort, after lst'ing and topping. Then during early flower if she's still too big I'll go ahead and do it.
I supercropped the top 14" of my bagseed's cola this last grow. It was pointing towards the ground when I finished. If you followed my grow, it ended up pointing more or less straight up and probably 3-4" shorter overall than it would have been.
That's why it's a last resort. LST'ing and topping promote the emergence of more bud sites. Supercropping not so much because it grows back so fast.
If you don't want supercropped branches to grow back up you have to tie them somehow, I've heard of guys tying weights onto them.
Wow, I've been gone for a minute. Good-looking lineup. I'm sure we'll be seeing some fat nugs here before too long. I esp. like the white rhino.