Disastrous!

PJ Diaz

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I love YoYo's! I can loop-de-loop and walk the dog, plus round the world. But for my cannabis plants, I use good old trellis netting for support.

 

Mr in'n'out

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I tie a string from corner to corner of my tent (I realize op is not in a tent) making an "X", not only catching the big ones if they fall but also good to super crop over and something to tie to as well.



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Looks like you have more of an idea than the rest of these guys. I'd be disappointed in the rest of these attempts on this post. I'd throw them out in the yard to finish rather than waste the wattage/$$.
Your plant/s look nice man.
 

Mr in'n'out

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If you are using your space efficiently you will have more wattage per square ft/mtr and your plants will benefit and have stronger roots and branches. They shouldn't be falling on the floor. If you are getting the most out of your grow space the branches should be leaning against your grow room walls. But they shouldn't even get to that point until the last week or two. Run some string diagonally and horizontally. That should give you enough support and/or something to tie your branches to. Honestly, most of these plants on this post look like they are starving for light. Ventilation, ph, and wattage people. It's not rocket science. Stick to the basics and you should be getting 450g-700g per square meter using 600w. Whats the point of using inferior lighting?? Hps all the way. My tent (in pic) is 80cm x 80cm x 160cm high. I pull 17 oz every time. Limit the space to up the light intensity. Invest in a decent fan to suck that heat out. Check your ph methodically. You can't go wrong.
 

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Bucsfan80

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If you are using your space efficiently you will have more wattage per square ft/mtr and your plants will benefit and have stronger roots and branches. They shouldn't be falling on the floor. If you are getting the most out of your grow space the branches should be leaning against your grow room walls. But they shouldn't even get to that point until the last week or two. Run some string diagonally and horizontally. That should give you enough support and/or something to tie your branches to. Honestly, most of these plants on this post look like they are starving for light. Ventilation, ph, and wattage people. It's not rocket science. Stick to the basics and you should be getting 450g-700g per square meter using 600w. Whats the point of using inferior lighting?? Hps all the way. My tent is 80cm x 80cm x 160cm high. I pull 17 oz every time. Limit the space to up the light intensity. Invest in a decent fan to suck that heat out. Check your ph methodically. You can't go wrong.
I had string line but for some reason it let loose on one end and it was like domino's
 
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twentyeight.threefive

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If you are using your space efficiently you will have more wattage per square ft/mtr and your plants will benefit and have stronger roots and branches. They shouldn't be falling on the floor. If you are getting the most out of your grow space the branches should be leaning against your grow room walls. But they shouldn't even get to that point until the last week or two. Run some string diagonally and horizontally. That should give you enough support and/or something to tie your branches to. Honestly, most of these plants on this post look like they are starving for light. Ventilation, ph, and wattage people. It's not rocket science. Stick to the basics and you should be getting 450g-700g per square meter using 600w. Whats the point of using inferior lighting?? Hps all the way. My tent (in pic) is 80cm x 80cm x 160cm high. I pull 17 oz every time. Limit the space to up the light intensity. Invest in a decent fan to suck that heat out. Check your ph methodically. You can't go wrong.
Where's the finished pictures? Looks like maybe five 1oz plants in there lol.
 

DrOgkush

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If you are using your space efficiently you will have more wattage per square ft/mtr and your plants will benefit and have stronger roots and branches. They shouldn't be falling on the floor. If you are getting the most out of your grow space the branches should be leaning against your grow room walls. But they shouldn't even get to that point until the last week or two. Run some string diagonally and horizontally. That should give you enough support and/or something to tie your branches to. Honestly, most of these plants on this post look like they are starving for light. Ventilation, ph, and wattage people. It's not rocket science. Stick to the basics and you should be getting 450g-700g per square meter using 600w. Whats the point of using inferior lighting?? Hps all the way. My tent (in pic) is 80cm x 80cm x 160cm high. I pull 17 oz every time. Limit the space to up the light intensity. Invest in a decent fan to suck that heat out. Check your ph methodically. You can't go wrong.
Another one of these guys
 

PadawanWarrior

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PadawanWarrior

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It's slight grassy chlorophyll smell I guess it's drying in where the stuff is not gonna rush it, 2 days still soggy
Try not to rush the dry, but I've thrown nugs out on a paper plate and they dry in a couple days here. It's harsher rushing the dry, but it still does the job.
 

DrOgkush

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That’s gonna swell up into something amazing bro. Can’t wait to see it finished. Save that picture man. Because when you do harvest. You’ll have a great example for new growers on how much of a difference/importance those final weeks are
 

Bucsfan80

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That’s gonna swell up into something amazing bro. Can’t wait to see it finished. Save that picture man. Because when you do harvest. You’ll have a great example for new growers on how much of a difference/importance those final weeks are
I will for sure. Just hope she pulls thru. That had to be very high stress, she probably thought she was being eaten. Hope nanners don't pop up
 
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