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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.
Start the “tucking” process as the apex of each plant begins to grow through the screen. Wait for each tip to grow 5cm above the screen. Proceed to tuck each individual shoot under the screen and direct them through the next square away. Tucking will lay the foundation of the ScrOG process, so be mindful of the direction you want each branch to grow towards.
WHEN TO SCROG
Avoid tucking and weaving your plants too early. It might be tempting to rush ahead, but they’ll only grow well beyond the screen. Training your plants into the mesh too early—during the early vegetative phase—will lead to extra work. You might even run out of room on your grid.
But why ScrOG in the first place? Well, the technique offers plenty of advantages, including:
With or without training, growers should always tailor strains to their preferences, spatial limitations, and climate. Some genetics are far more compatible with the ScrOG technique than others. Check out the best characteristics for the job below.
Because you cannot tell if a marijuana plant is a boy or girl until the flowering stage, any male plants that are removed will leaves “holes” where the males were in your lush garden, majorly reducing the overall effectiveness of this method.
I’m now trying your defoliation technique too. Since I train my plants with bend and twist I usually don’t have a shade problem that causes me to use your defoliation technique, rather, I use it to get rid of any unneeded growth so the plant is not wasting precious energy and nutrients to grow a lot of leaves that aren’t needed and instead puts it’s energy and nutrients toward growing a monster plant with many, many, many bud sites on it.
What you need for ScrOG:
Continue to keep plants below the screen using low stress training methods like bending, until about 2 weeks into the flowering stage.
Make sure that growing buds get access to direct light by pushing fan leaves down under the screen or removing fan leaves altogether (using proper defoliation principles).