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J Obadiah

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Here are a few images of the way I practice LST. I like to use garden tape because it is flexible; I enjoy a nice, symmetrical plant that gives me maximum chances to create potential heads. If my math is right, I have potentially 14 tops, minimum, thats not counting 2 small shoots on each of the 4 main stems which are under LST, I didn't count them. If I had, it would be 18 tops.

I don't know if I will top them again--a 3rd time--to get those 16 main tops. If i did, it would bump my total up to 24. I dont really think thats necessary.

Unfortunately, there is a chance this plant is male. Its not quite ready to sex, and its been sending out some mixed signals. Its currently about 6 or 7 weeks old.

What do you think?
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Carcass

Member of the Month: Aug 2019, May 2021 - Nug of the Month: May 2020 - Plant of the Month: Mar 2021
Looks good -your LST method is a little different than mine,but I do it to try and keep
them short,
You don't have height restrictions,so that's a good way to do it-lets plenty of light get everywhere it's needed.

Hope it doesn't turn out to be a male-I just went through that,and it's guaranteed to put a dent in your day!
 
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