Super Cropping Technique (Update)

6 months ago

Almost two weeks ago I released a tutorial on Super Cropping and today I like to show you the results.

In this first image, you see the purpose of this technique, which is to level the canopy, although, this technique is also used to avoid proximity to your lamp in cases where you cannot pull it up anymore due to room or tent height limits.

On the right side coming from the stake and bending upwards reaching for the light is the main stem, and to the left, a little bit higher, a side branch from the same plant. You could play with the height of the main stem by pulling more or less the rope that ties the top of the stem to the stake so you could have the main stem at the same height that the side branch, am not that fussy once I have my canopy reasonably leveled

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This close up is to show you the strength of Cannabis as a plant, that section of the stem is around 30 cmtrs long from where she was bent to the top of it, not only she has recovered but has managed to grow back reaching for the light , while flowering. Think that if she wasn't tied to the stake she most likely would be back to (almost) her original position

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And here you can see how the plant reacted and healed herself, another advantage of this technique is that it suppose to increase THC production.

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Its kinda neat to see how they have recovered. Thanks for the tips and peak!

You got them things strung up like bonsai trees!

I don't know about the increase in THC production, but this method is familiar in most of cultivation scene. I see no reason why plant called weed would be any different. Looks healthy. Nice work

Dam man these cam back and are looking quite nice