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This is the first 8 branch plant I’ve done so no averages yet. Lol. But I’ve quadlined quite a few now and they yield well for me. You can fill a 2x4 with 2 quads easily and not need the SCROG screen. Let me see if I can find a pic of my first quadline grow in a 2x4.....Here they are. These were 2 Blue Dream in 5gal pots under a cheap blurple light. @Asesino85 helped me a lot through that first grow and showed me how to maximize my space. Headroom is an issue and the quadline is perfect for that. This PuTang with 8 branches is probably gonna be in the light.Hey so 100% took your advice and got all of the arches out of the stems , it took me a few times to read it over and over to catch the drift , so I put supports where the arches were to take them out , thank you so much for your help brother
I usually do the same thing with the lower branches remove all nodes from the main cola down . I did try leaving the lower stuff before and it was just a waste of the plants energy 100% agree with you on that one . When I first started growing I would top the plant and only keep the top 2 nodes and go from there ,
my last 2 plants were done like this but 2 filled a 2x4 with a scrog
I would like to get away from the scrog it makes maintenance very hard in a short tent . So doing these 8 cola plants can get a nice yeild and be able to love stuff around . The scrog is such a hastle in times but great for optimizing the lights .
so doing these 8 cola plants what kinda yields are you averaging ? but this is a great way Not a crazy long veg , and still have a nice sized plant . Thank again for your help man it’s greatly appreciated