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This article explains how this approach works in detail, and what you need to bear in mind.

Even where cannabis is legal, in many places you are only allowed to have a limited number of plants. Those who want to maximise their yield in the face of this restriction would do best with a Screen of Green. A simple piece of netting will stimulate sideways growth and bud formation. The result: plenty of fat, highly potent buds.

1. The right type of plants

It is important to avoid breaking off any side-shoots or branches, because the plant will then waste energy sending up new shoots. Very thick shoots that stretch a long way may need to be tied to the netting. The best way is to use plant ties.

From approximately the second week of flowering, the buds will start to grow vertically. A thick carpet of buds will gradually develop. As the canopy becomes increasingly dense, the lower parts of the plants receive less and less light. The leaves will begin to turn yellow. At this time, it is better to cut away all the leaves, branches and buds that are below the netting.

The following varieties are particularly suitable for a Screen of Green: Michka, Silver Haze, Skunk #1, Super Skunk and Afghani #1.

You’ll start to guide your plants through the screen as soon as they start making contact with it. We recommended positioning the screen around 20cm above the base of your plants, so their rate of growth will determine when exactly you start to ScrOG.

Continue to tuck and weave each branch over the next 2–3 weeks as your plants begin to stretch. This increase in growth will allow you to fill out the screen before your plants enter the true flowering stage and slow their growth.


Although ScrOG setups can look complex, the technique requires little work. Even if you have limited experience growing cannabis, you can jump right into the technique and produce good results. Just make sure to follow the guidance below, and you’ll be in for a happy harvest.


But why ScrOG in the first place? Well, the technique offers plenty of advantages, including: