I'll get her done and post back here!
Previously I have been into Fluxing, but now I feel Quadlining is the way to go for outdoor purposes at least, as when outdoors the timing is down to nature, when Fluxing indoors you can take however long you need in Veg to get the plant how you want it before flowering, but this time, for me with Quadlining I have left all laterals on the Quad arms, including 'under and overs' in an attempt to maximize the number of colas before nature causes the switch to flowering.Wondering what others thoughts are on what training method keeps the girls shorter, quadlining, fluxing, mainlining, lst? Growing in a short space myself due to needing stealth, height is always a concern. I have had good results with mainlining and so far with flux with keeping them short. Obviously strain will play a huge part in this. Thx
Well you could Hexline her out from here, altho it staggers my imagination to think of all the potential lateral growth she'd get. Otherwise, just cut off 1,2 & 5 as you've highlighted and grow her out as a Quadline, she will be great.
It is interesting that you Quadlined an auto, and a Gorilla Glue at that. I'm am currently growing an auto for the first time, I have LST'd it, it's a Gorilla Glue too, from ILGM, where did your's come from and what sort of yield did you get?So far, quadlining is my favorite so far. But I've only done it once, and it was with auto gorilla glue, so short to begin with. But the number and thickness of all the colas impressed me. Excited to get the next batch going.
Original Sensible Seeds, and I got 343 grams from 5 plants. Quality was nice, very nice!It is interesting that you Quadlined an auto, and a Gorilla Glue at that. I'm am currently growing an auto for the first time, I have LST'd it, it's a Gorilla Glue too, from ILGM, where did your's come from and what sort of yield did you get?
Nicely done! At this stage they will recover very fast and your plants are nice and healthy so she will barely notice all the stuff you removed. I would highly recommend using some tomato wire or those fuzzy tie things or something other than the direct contact from the metal stakes you are using for training. The metal stakes will eventually cause a little bruising on those branches but likely before that even happens the plant will get big and strong and pull them right out. They don't look like they are down very far. Just some tips but nice job on the initial start to a quadline.here she is. i just hope i didnt do too much at once. time will tell how she takes it. but its done
I’m not an expert on Autos but I’d just let her grow without doing anything to her. It’s already pretty small and might as well just let her grow naturally. Maybe before she was flowering that could have helped the lower nodes catch up more but I don’t see it helping a ton now.i know this isn't quad lining but what do you all think about this feisty little cheese auto? she decided to start flowering on me super early like day 20 from breaking ground. It's now day 28 for her and the cement shoes from breaking ground.
do any of you think it would be beneficial to bend her over like this kinda?
i know i don't want to top or any other hst with her. just don't know whether it would be helpful to bend her over a little to expose the lower site a bit.
shes a fickle little thing haha in such a rush
@limpfingerz207 and @Asesino85 i didn't save any for clones, they were pretty small and i already have three going and am quiet new to this so i think ill have enough to keep me busy with them. and yeah after i put the staples on i started thinking i should put them in as anchors and use my garden wire, ill do that either tonight or tomorrow.