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Yep, probably want som plant wire though. It’s cheap. Or supercrop instead.
Thank you I’ll try that
Get the thicker stuff the thin stuff cuts into the plants
Edit: this is what you're looking for. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09NN3BPXY/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_i_5M60CDHX6MKC7C5F7MXC?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Thank you !
Yes you are doing it right. Personally I would wait till there are leaves in between the nodes. There is nothing for the light to hit so it’s kinda pointless atm.
I might hold of for now then, had a couple people telling me this so maybe I’ll wait until they grow properly
Yea wait a little bit so ur not causing stress for no reason. Then when you do start this is exactly how you do it. 💯
I bend mine soon as they come out the cloner then cut everything off but the best 6 or seven tops before they go into flower.
Looks fine brother. Good job so far
Yep. Little tip. make sure to water before you tie down, especially when they're larger..you want the stems to have moisture so they're malleable. If they're thirsty they have a good chance of snapping.
Great thank you
Squeeze the stem and bend it 90 it won’t snap if squeeze it first
Bro that’s fucking smart as hell
What is man?
As in what part of it is smart haha, thought I was doing this pretty poorly
Oh! The rubber band is really smart. It’s something fast and on hand
Oh right haha thank you
Yeh just used what I could find
A recommendation: put your plant off-center, close to a side, wait until the plant has 5 nodes and then training really close to the ground. Use garden wire and open the grow branches for the buds. Open holes around your pot for easy management.
Thank you - will do that next grow, probs shouldn’t risk breaking roots and stressing plant now right?
I would do it a little more gradual and probably a little taller. I just snapped a stem doing too much pulling. Plant lived actually did like a sideways bonsai kind of thing. I found my stems get red from being exposed to the light...like a sunburn when I pull them over too.
Ok thanks man
OP, look in my post history. I’m just a couple of weeks ahead of you. If you look at my previous posts, you’ll see exactly what to do with the training wire.
In particular, it’s [this post here.](https://www.reddit.com/r/GrowBuddy/comments/ux9a3q/update_on_louise_i_hope_youre_all_as_happy_as_i_am/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf) Your plant should bend over, and when you top it, it’ll start growing from the lower branches, until they have an equal canopy. Hope this helps! Keep us updated on the grow!
Thank you man I’ll check that out!
No, DDT the plant. Pick it up, put it in a hate lock, slam that bitch on the ground and then kiss it.
If you put the loop just the other side of the leaves then the top will be able to bend upwards easier.
What do you mean by other side?
Below where the 2 leaves are further down
Training Wire Tip:
Training wire going through 1" pieces of aquarium tubing can help minimize damage to stalk or stems.
Got this from a Grow Vet and it works very well.