you pretty much just let them go until they are done stretching and then give them a pretty large defoliation and remove any of the branches the are really weak or don’t make it to the canopy.Good Morning I am about to send my first photoperiod into flower, she has been QUADlined, evolved into a TRIline and after 10 weeks of vegetation, she is ready to flower. I went through older journals but couldn't quite find an answer.
Is there anything specific you do before the flip (defoliate, water, feed, ...) during stretch and right after?
Here is a photo of my Blue Dream CBD on Day 66, this is the link to the journal:
Thank you so much and happy day
that is crazy. wowMy smaller quad girl, a White Widow growing in a 30L pot. She's about the middle of week 8.
Flip will start tonight... Last time I turned the lights off for 60 hours but did not have such obvious pistils starting everywhere. It's almost like an auto?Somebody's ready to flip! Thursday or Friday will BE flip day when I put the other plants into my newly arriving veg tent. Depending on my nerve/paranoia I may have a perpetual grow getting started...
I had a bit of height limitation with my quad girls, of not wanting them to go above the level of the balcony rails, so I still had to utilize a reasonable amount of LST and supercropping to keep them in check, but otherwise 'as you go' would be great too.if it looks and smells like a mainline/flux then that's what it is. lol. They are very productive but as mentioned, time consuming. Quadlining is a variant of the initial method with less/no recovery time to it. To do a mainline correctly and get it right takes time and a lot of lst. Quad is more "as you go"