Hey Opar. That’s your first quadline? She’s beautiful. So what do you prefer, the scrog or the quad?My first grow I scrog’d. This grow I decided to try quadlining, after reading this thread and seeing some of the journals. Although she’s growing fast and a little deficient, here is one of my plants I quadlined.... I probably should have defoliated about a third of her, from the bottom?
The notation system is the tricky bit. You’ve clearly given it a lot of thought.Not if you are developing a system to test various strategies. Building a language to describe variation is the engine that drive continuous improvement. Just saying you want 12 tops says nothing about which nodes could be more efficient in growing those tops.
Perhaps most personal growers simply try a few things and settle on one way or another, unlike most commercial growers and data driven hobbyists like myself that want all the details they can gather.
As I build this framework of language and techniques, then I can expand into more A/B testing and the REAL fun stuff!
Are you saying top one of the two nodes of a quadline or top both nodes once?
Thanks for the um, critique? smh
Ha, false consensus alert! I know myself and others that have increased cognitive ability from cannabis. Here is an awesome study that shows more connections between brain regions.
The long-term effect of regular cannabis use on brain function underlying cognitive control remains equivocal. Cognitive control abilities are thought to have a major role in everyday functioning, and their dysfunction has been implicated in the maintenance of maladaptive drug-taking patterns...www.nature.com
Love this summary, "increased influence on the direction and switching of attention "
I note my own personal improvements of math tables, for example... when high I can halve or double numbers both faster and more times. It's a fun game, try it!
This "stupid stoner" stereotype is on its way out the door, thank goodness, but not fast enough!
When I’m spacing out the frame as a plant grows I will strip each first node, then let each second node grow, then top that branch again.
That gives me enough space between each main that I don’t have to worry about light penetration and air circulation in the middle of the plant once she’s in full flower.