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LOL! Just learned it last week...for next time!
Yep what SO says up here ! They gonna be crowded in a week or two for sure take some clones or tie them again . Good times. I also absolutely hate having so much weed . I really enjoy training my plants outdoors. Going to get creative this spring.Nice netting work. Now you can watch them grow for a while. In a few days or a week or longer you might see they're crowded again. Then you can see what you want to do. Maybe train again, or who knows maybe some trimming or supercropping. I'd give them some time now to see what happens. They look happy.
I think if you split it, you can revive ASAP by taping it closed and covering the area completely with electrical tape, spray water in it before you tape tightly closed. You need to cover the wound. Hahaha trail and error many times in the past eeesh.Thanks for the late advice. JK Lol!
I’m an Ole AV guy.I think if you split it, you can revive ASAP by taping it closed and covering the area completely with electrical tape, spray water in it before you tape tightly closed. You need to cover the wound. Hahaha trail and error many times in the past eeesh.
Nice. I really enjoy the Long season, makes for some big ass plants baked in the sun as nature intended. Really perfect for landrace sativas. Are your winters too cold for growing or flowering outside ?Yeah same seasons...Just across the pond from you, east coast of Australia..
I'm just trying my first winter grow. Shiz is super slow growing. They sprouted in 10deg and some are looking ok ish.think next year I'm better off throwing clones out. SweetYeah, winter's way to cold where I live. A good portion of the country one could grow during winter..