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Plant Training Techniques: Late Stage LST

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Plant Training Techniques: Late Stage LST

Fill SCROG Net w/ Late Stage Low Stress Training


 
 

What up GreenBox Growers and welcome back to the plant training techniques video section! Now in today's episode we are going to be covering late stage low-stress training, and what I mean by that is essentially how to fill out a scrog net using these techniques. So what we are going to be covering in today’s video is from start to finish how to fill out an empty scrog net with vegetative growth so that you can then begin the flowering phase. 

If you are not using a SCROG Net with your grow, this will work as well because the goal is essentially the same thing and you will see what we are doing is spreading the plants out so we can get as many tops to grow up through the canopy for maximum yields. Now in this video we are going to be using a few different grows to show and demonstrate what to do or how to do this technique, so we will be checking out the OG Kush tent. We will be seeing the agent orange ladies, and then we will also be using the chemdawg plants for some demonstrations.

 Now I am also going to be doing 2 updates a week for this video, until we get to the flowering phase with these ladies. So you are going to see really the whole course from start to finish on how to fill out a scrog net! Alright so now that you guys know what we are doing in today’s video, let's head over to the OG Kush to check out those plants or an example of what we are working towards with this plant training technique. 

Alright so here we are at the OG Kush tent, and these ladies are actually about Midway through their second week of flower. So you can see they have a nice bit of pistil development and early flower grows going on there. But what you will also notice is we have a double SCROG setup here and they have completely filled out every square of the net. We pretty much have two branches or two main tops going through every square and this is ideally what you want your end results to look like when using a scrog net.

So you can see not only do we have all of the net filled out but the tops are just about 4 to 6 in through the tops of it, they are not stretched out too tall. And they are not too far below. So very ideal situation here and this is exactly what I will be showing you guys how to do or how to get your plants to look exactly like this. Now the reason we are doing this is because first of all is going to help increase yields as well as density of the buds that we are getting. So that is very important.


 Now we are going to head over to the agent orange tent because I want to show you guys an example of two plants with the scrog net that they just have a few tops growing through here. Not too many. But we are going to be going over this or showing you over the course of this video how we are training these through the scrog net. Now essentially the technique is you are going to be bending the tallest tops we're the ones that are the farthest through the scrog net. You are going to want to bend them out and away from the center of the plant horizontally.

 So exactly or essentially what you will be doing is let's say you are in this square right here, the goal is to take that top and eventually work it out and away from The Middle to that square out there. What that does is it allows for more light to penetrate down through the canopy because it actually opens everything up. And then in turn more tops or going to sprout up and grow through the canopy and the scrog net. And then develop more bud, so again this leads to more yields, denser Buds and that is obviously our main goal here as well as the main goal of using a scrog net. Now we actually already trained this plant today so you can see this talk right here we have actually pulled it down through this Square.

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 It was actually going through that square earlier and then we brought it down through this one and then just slowly we will lower it down their opening that canopy more and more. With low stress training through a scrog net, you can do it pretty much every day, I generally do it every other day. Just because I like to give the plants a little bit of rest, if you do like to do it everyday I recommend at least once a week you do just give them at least a day off just so they can recover from it.

 This is also something you are pretty much going to do right up until the day you start flowers that we will cover that throughout the course of this video. But yeah usually you are going to be training and filling out that scrog net, and then once you have all of the squares filled you want to pretty much flipping to flower within the next couple days. So finally before we do any training let's head on over to the chemdawg grow tent. Now we had to add an extra light into this tent because the plant on the left was kind of getting overshadowed by this one and kind of lagging with growth. 

So I added that second light and now she is almost reached the scrog net but that is actually good because now you guys will get to see how long it takes for her to get that first and top through the scrog net. And then how long from there for her to fill out her entire section. Now you can see the plan on the right here this chemdawg plant has done a really good job of filling out most of the squares. She's got obviously more squares poking through the net. 

And yeah you will get to see how this one transitions as well over the course of the next couple of weeks as we trained her through the scrog net. Okay folks so that pretty much concludes this intro and first day of the late-stage low-stress training video. What I am going to do now is I will be back in a few days and then that is when I will show you guys that first bit of low stress training through the scrog net. Like I said we already did it for this plant today here and the chemdawg ladies are on a rest day. In a few days once we have a little more growth I will see you guys back here. Peace!

 Okay Growers so we are back here two days later and quick update on the plans. So first off the agent orange, you can see we've got a lot of Topps now poking out through the scrog net. So what we will do is with the ones that are like that one right there about four to five in through the top. We are going to train them a little bit and then the ones that are just poking through or haven't made it through just yet. We are going to leave those alone so that they can grow up or keep growing up and catch up to the taller ones. 

Again our goal is to get all of these tops at the same height so that they get the same amount of light and then in the end with that will lead to is full development of all of the buds. So when we train those taller branches horizontally away two different squares, what that does is keeps them low and further away from the center of the plant which allows for the shorter tops to grow up and catch up to those tops so they are at the same height like we were just discussing. All right so like I said I will show you guys in the Montage shot today, the low stress training we will do on there. But right now this grognet is about 50% full so I would say another week to go before she is ready to be full or before she's going to be full and ready to flip to flower. 

Now let's head over to the chemdawg tent right here you can see the plant on the left is getting very close to Growing through, just probably another inch to go and then she will make it through this grognet there. And then this one on the right has several tops that are just poking through. So there is no low stress training to be done here because they are not high enough through the scrog net to be trained to a further square away.


 If I tried to for example bring this one to a square that is further away, it probably wouldn't even reach to the edge so it would just stay in that square anyway. So we will not be doing any LST on those ones, and we do LST on the plant that still hasn't reached the scrog net but what I like to do is Maybe just once every couple of days do it so that most of its growth or efforts is focused on upward growth through the scrog net.

 Then once it does get through the net that is when you can focus more on widening that canopy. All right guys so that's pretty much it for today's update, I'm going to go ahead and do the LST on the agent orange plants and then I will be back here in a couple of days for your next update on the late-stage low-stress training. Peace! 

Alright folks so we are back here just two days later for your next update on the late-stage low-stress training. So as you can see we actually just did some low stress training today on the agent orange plants and you can see a lot of tops have popped up through the scrog net. But the ones that we have trained today or just the ones that are tall enough and about 5in up through the scrog net. 

Once that are just starting to poke through I am still holding off on those ones in terms of training because there is no need. We want to just let them catch up to those taller ones. And then training the taller ones slows them down in terms of upward growth because it causes them to grow outwards horizontally and that also helps with allowing those lower top to catch up.

 So right now we are just trying to fill out the scrog net and I would say right here on this one we are about 60% of the way through. So we will probably just do one more week a vegetation and then that one will be ready to flower. Now for the chemdawg tent you can see this lady on the right really filling out nicely and there is no need for any low stress training today as you can see because the tops that are through the scrog net are only about an inch or two through. So no need to train. 

With the one on the left she is looking really good and healthy and actually is now touching the scrog net so the next few days here she will start having tops coming through. And we will start training them as they poke through or grow taller through the strong that. All right folks are those it for today's update on the late-stage low-stress training and I will be back here in about two to three days to give you your next update. All right peace! 

All right folks so has been about 3 days since that last clip that I showed you on both of these plants, so I just wanted to show you how much both the chemdawg as well as the agent orange plants have grown since the last few days. So of course this is the chemdawg tent right here and you can see that the left plant has made it to the scrog net and we will start training it through there once it gets a little taller. 

Plant on the right is doing really well and is pretty much filled out that it's portion of the tent so or of the scrog net so we are hoping to just wait another week for this guy to fill out it's half and then we will be flipping them to flower. Now we are not doing any training on these guys today because we did some yesterday so today is a recovery day. 

Now over here in the agent orange tent we did just do some low stress training today because as you can see they are growing really well, nice and Tall through the scrog net and there are a lot of tops from each plant that is poking through. So same situation here, the right plant is pretty much filled out its entire portion of the scrog net and now we are just waiting for the left plant to do the same and then that is when we will be slipping into flower. 

So that is it for today's update, I will be back in another three days or your next one just to show you guys again the progress these plants are are having filling out the scrog net. In the meantime we are just going to be using low-stress training no talking whatsoever To make them do so. And then of course just using the lights and adjusting them according to how the plants are responding to them. So I will see you guys back here in three days.

What up Growers so we are back here a few days later for the next to update on the late-stage low-stress training. So we are here in the agent orange tent first just to check out these ladies have grown since the last update, and actually about 24 hours ago we did a very serious defoliation on both of these plants. So that is why they look really thinned out. 

The reason we did this is because the growth where the vegetative growth was starting to slow down a little bit because of how bushy the plants were. So what we did defoliated so I could focus on the main tops growing up through the scrog net and through the canopy. So I am thinking it is going to be another week of vegetation for these plants, this one on the right here is pretty much ready to start flower it is just got a few squares on its have to fill out. 

And then the one here on the left is what we are really waiting for it to catch up. As you can see it does have a decent amount I've tops through the scrog net, but we want to fill out more of the squares first so that we have enough tops to start the flowering phase. So what we are going to is we are going to continue with low stress training on the taller tops so those don't outgrow the scrog net. And what that will do is give us more time to allow for the shorter lower tops to grow up through the scrog net and catch up to the rest. 

So like I was saying for now we we'll just to be doing the low stress training three-finger technique to keep those really tall branches short and lower. And now we are just going to wait for this plant to basically grow but through the net. All right let's head over to the chemdawg tent really quickly, because there was a decent amount of progress that we had here on the left plant. 


We ended up taking that second light out because we were having some issues where we had added the second light. I think it was a little bit too much power for these ladies at this point. The right plant is doing really well, still kind of the same issue is this right plant is bigger than the left plants still has some catching up to do. So we are doing LST, the three-finger technique to keep these taller top shorter while we allow for get some more time or allow for more time for the tops on this plant to grow up. 

But as you can see we've got about four tops for five tops that are right at the were right about to pass through the scrog net. So she should be filling it out pretty quickly here. Okay so that concludes today's update on the late-stage low-stress training where we are focusing on filling out those scrog nets. I think for both of these we just have about I would say a a week of vegetation to go at least with the agent orange.


 Those plants are a week older than the two chemdawg plants here so they may take a little bit of time. But it is quite possible that these ones finish up in a week's time also. It just depends on how this left plant decides to fill out the scrog net. Or I guess I will be back in a few days for your next update on the late-stage low-stress training video. And until then, Happy growing!

What up GreenBox Growers, we are back here now three days later for your next update on the late stage low stress training. Now as you can see the left plant here has definitely grown through the scrog net really well and has pretty much filled out her entire half of it and as we can see right here the right plant has done that already pretty well. 

I would say it has been about a few weeks since she has filled this out so we have just been training her to kind of keep her low to the ground so she doesn't outgrow the tent. So we are actually going to be flipping these chemdawg plants into flower within the next few days here. I will keep you guys updated on that and I will be giving you guys updates on the late-stage low-stress training on until then.

For these plants here we are not going to be doing any bending actually for the next few days oh, probably we will not do anymore LST for the rest of the grow actually because we just want them to get taller in height until we get started with the flowering phase. Now to correct myself I will probably do one more low-stress training before the flowering phase just one right before we flip then just to get that last training in. But besides that it is pretty much just going to be a lollipopping right before we flip them and then that will be at.

 So let's head over to the agent orange tent and I've actually, I've currently got the grow light turned off because I want you guys to see them at their natural color without the purple blue light going. But these ladies are in the same situation looking much healthier than the chemdawg plants in my opinion and the left plant has filled out a scrog net really nicely after we defoliated her that last time. 

So it seems like in these tents but the left plants were struggling which is kind of funny but this guy has definitely caught up and same with the one in the other chemdawg tent. So for the agent orange ladies we are probably going to be flipping them in the next four days here and to the flour and beforehand what we will do is the lollipop maybe a little defoliation up top and we are probably not going to do any low stress training on the left of plants here as her tops are just poking through the scrog net.

 But for the plant on the right, some of those tots are a good 4 to 5 in through so what we are going to do is train those until we flip just so that they stay level with the rest of the canopy. All right guys I will probably be back for your next update in two days here, just to show you guys the results of those lollipoppings once we do them. So I will see you then, all right peace! 

Okay so we are back here two days later for your next update and the agent orange plants are actually going crazy right now with vegetative growth! You can see this left plant has really caught up with the right plant, the right plant is obviously still bigger but the left plant is filling out a very good portion of the scrog now as well.

 So we are actually going to be flipping these ladies to flower starting tomorrow night so tomorrow we will be doing a lollipopping as well as some defoliation up top and then that evening we will be switching to the 12 12 light schedule. So for now this is probably going to be actually the last update here as you guys can see because that pretty much does it for our late-stage low-stress training. 

Again lollipopping and defoliation is more of a high-stress sort of technique, it is not low stress training. But again we are going to be flipping and I will show you guys the plants tomorrow after they are all trimmed up just so you can see what it looks like in terms of late-stage low-stress training that is pretty much it. 

And that is how you want to fill out you are a scrog net. Now I know what you guys are thinking, there are still some squares open here and you know the plants are just poking through and some of the areas. But what you got to remember is during the flower. But what you got to remember is during the flower eating phase, most trains are going to stretching, most trains are going to stretch a good amount.  

But even some are going to stretch you know up to twice as much so you want to account for that, know what strain you are growing and what characteristics or growing characteristics it has. All right guys said that concludes today's update again probably the last update of low-stress training but I will be back to show you guys each of these grow tents right before we flip these ladies to flower. All right peace!

All right folks we are back in the grow room just a few days later after our last grow update, and before I show you the new update on the agent orange and chemdawg ladies. I just want to show you guys what you have to look forward to with your screen of green method. Again these are the OG Kush plants and they are just starting week 5 of flower today. 

All right so we will head over to the agent orange tent because in fact we just did a lollipopping yesterday on both of these ladies. You can see really cleaned up the bottom third of the trunks and as main branches down below there. And we also thinned out the upper part of the canopy just so that we could separate and uncrowd the different tops. 

We will do a little low stress training through the first week of the flowering phase but just very minimal and just moving the taller tops to further squares from the center of the plant. So today is officially day 1 of flowers we did change over the light schedule to the 12 12 or 12 hours on 12 hours off. 

So the agent orange ladies are now in flower and what that means is that will officially conclude the late-stage low-stress training updates for these two plants and if you do want to follow along with this grow series however you can check that out as we do have all the videos under our indoor growing section. 

Alright so we are now back here about 5 days later and this is going to be the last update for the late stage low-stress training video. So here we are at the chemdawg grow tent and yesterday was the lollipopping, we did the lollipopping on both of these plants here as you can see. And we then did that evening which was last night, flipped them into flour by changing the lights cycle to a 12:12 or 12 hours on 12 hours off period. 

So this is day one here of flower and we will no longer be doing any low stress training on the plants. We are just going to let them grow upwards now, we will do defoliation but that would be a different video. Now of course the agent orange plants have been in flower for about 7 days now. 

We just finished day 7 today actually, and they are looking good just getting through that pre flower or transitional phase as you can see they are starting to get some nice pistols going at the very top nodes. So very happy on the development that's far. So that pretty much concludes how to do this technique so it is not time for you guys to utilize this in your very own garden. All right hope you guys enjoyed, peace!

Okay Growers so that concludes the late-stage low-stress training video and again this is an ideal way to set up your scrog net or to train you are plants in order to properly fill it out before you flip them to flower. As always I want to thank you guys for watching this episode of our plant training techniques, we will be back shortly with another update and another technique for increasing yields as well as butt size. Until then we just want to get them thank you guys for watching this video and we really hope you enjoyed it, and until next time…

Happy Growing! 
Dylan @ GreenBox Grown

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Learn how to Double Your Yields using Defoliation

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Learn how to Double Your Yields using Defoliation

How & When to Defoliate for Increased Yields!


 
 

What up GreenBox Growers and welcome back to the Plant training techniques video section!   Now in today's episode we are going to be covering everything you need to know about defoliating your cannabis plants that you were growing at home. Now of course defoliation is great because it is going to help us increase the yields we get from our plants, but it's also going to get us denser buds above the canopy and it is going to prevent any LARFY nugs from developing down below. 

So in today's video I am going to be demonstrating on our Agent Orange plants that we are currently growing. And I am going to be explaining exactly how to do a defoliation on your plants, when the best time is to defoliate your plants and then of course I'm going to go into more details on how it is going to help us with increasing those yields.  Alright Growers, so now that you know what we are doing in today's episode, let's head over to the Agent Orange tent to start with that defoliation!

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Okay Growers so here we are at the Agent Orange tent. And as you can see we have already to foliated the plant on the right here. So first off what we are going to talk about is why it is so important to do a defoliation. So what we are trying to do is expose more light or the goal is first of all to thin out the plant so we can expose more light to the lower parts of the plant. So lower nodes and everything below the canopy is now going to be able to get a lot of Light which in turn will allow those tops to grow up through the canopy and up through the scrog net. And in the end that is just going to give us a larger yield because we are going to be able to grow more Bud!


Now sending out the canopy like I was just saying will allow for more light  to penetrate that lower section of the plant, so when you do have buds growing down there not only will it prevent any LARFY growth from growing. But it is going to make it to those buds are going to be nice and dense and fully developed.  Now above the canopy it is going to help get denser buds as well because they are all going to be getting the maximum amount of light that they need. So it is important to know that you are not going to just defoliate your plants once during the grow, but in fact you will do it several times.

 So the first time which is what we are doing right now is going to be about Midway through the vegetative stage or vegetative cycle. And you want to do it right when you add that scrog net to your plants. Next you are going to do one right before you flipped the plants into the flowering cycle. And then you are going to do two more throughout the flowering phase, one at the end of week 2 of flower and then one at the end of week 4. 

The reason being as you want at least to space them out by 2 weeks at a time, space out each defoliation by 2 weeks at a time. And what that is going to do is allow the plants to have enough time to recover and it is going to minimize the amount of stress that you give to them. Now the best method for doing your de foliation is using a pair of clean Fiskar trimmers. And for this first one you're going to want to remove about 20% of all fan leaves on the plant. Now you are going to want to focus on leaves that are really large kind of like this one and these ones right here. 

And then you are going to also want to remove any that are laying directly on top of lower nodes or lower leaves. And that is just to make sure to expose light to that part of the plant. Alright guy said that pretty much sums up how to defoliate your cannabis plant for the first time. So now what we are going to do is defoliate or demonstrate the defoliation for this plant here on the left and then that will conclude today's video!

Ok GreenBox Growers, so that concludes today's episode on defoliation and now you guys are prepared enough to go ahead and use this technique on your cannabis plants that you are growing at home. Now don't forget that it is crucial to wait at least 2 weeks between each defoliation that you do on your plants. And as always I will be back shortly with another video with a new plant training technique for you guys. Now I just want to give you guys a big thank you for watching today's video and I really hope you enjoyed it, and I was always until next time…

Happy Growing!!! 
Dylan @ GreenBox Grown

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Plant Training Techniques:  How to Lollipop

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Plant Training Techniques: How to Lollipop

Learn How/Why/When to Lollipop your Plants!


 
 

What up GreenBox Growers, and welcome back to the plant training techniques video section! Now in today's episode we're going to be covering everything you need to know about lollipopping your cannabis plants right at home. And we will be demonstrating this right on my plants from my current OG Kush screen of green grow. Now lollipopping is great for increasing yields as well as getting bigger denser buds above the canopy. And it is also excellent for preventing any larfy nugs from developing down below the canopy. So it is going to give you very similar results to defoliation, it is just a little bit of a different technique and we will get more details about that in this video. 

So of course we will be covering when is the best time to do the lollipopping on your cannabis plant, we will show you guys exactly how to do it properly to maximize those results, and then finally I will be explaining why lollipopping is so important for your cannabis plants and I will dive a little more and detail on that. So now that you guys know what we are doing in today's video, Let's head over to the OG Kush tent to get started with that lollipopping!

Okay so here we are at the OG Kush tent, and as you can see I have already added that second layer of the scrog net. Now I have also already done the lollipopping to 3 of the plants.  And then one of them, the fourth planet has yet to be done, and that is the one we will be demonstrating on today for you guys. I first just wanted to show you guys what we are aiming for and what kind of results you want to get, and what it should look like once you have already done it. So again above the scrog net, our goal is to basically remove about 20% of all foliage just so we can allow her more light penetration through the canopy. When it comes to below the canopy, we are going to be removing all growth and foliage from the lower third of the plant. 

So you can see here all of that has been taken away on these three plants and then this front right one you can see how it is still really bushy in that area. Now above the scrog or the upper canopy area it is also a good idea to remove any leaves that are kind of damaged or yellowed as well as the really large ones. And then you can leave the small ones behind. Not for the best time to do your lollipopping and again this is just something you do once for each grow. You're going to want to do it about a day to two days maximum before you flip them to flower. 

So again you are going to want to remove All of that lower grows from the lower third, and then you are going to want to thin out everything above that for maximum light penetration to the lower part of the canopy. Now the reason we do this or why we do it is because it isn't going to allow for like I was just saying, that extra light penetration which will then develop more solid and denser nugs.  If enough light or if there is not enough light reaching down below there you are going to get really Airy, larfy, sort of popcorn nugs, and they are not going to be fully developed or very potent.  So we want to avoid as much of that as possible, and then again removing that lower third of all growth allows for more Bud development above the canopy, larger buds as well and denser buds of course.

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 Now one thing I forgot to mention is not only are we removing leaves but we are also removing branches or tops that don't look like they are going to make it up through the canopy. Reason being as those aren't going to receive enough light to actually develop enough so you want to just completely remove those all together right at the base of the stem. Now the best way to do this is just like with your default location, you just want to use a clean and sterile pair of Fiskar scissors.

 And when removing the leaves make sure to do it not right at the base of the stem but make sure to leave 1/4 to 1/8 of the stem left just so there isn't any infection. All right guys that covers everything in terms of one to do the lollipopping, why it is so important to do so and then of course how to do it. So now what I'm going to do is demonstrate on this fourth plant that we have yet to lollipop and then I'm just going to show you guys exactly how we do it. And then that will pretty much concluded today's video on how to lollipop your plants at home.

Alright Growers, so that is everything you need to know about how to lollipop your very own cannabis plants at home. And remember that is absolutely crucial to take this stuff and do it about 24 hours before you put those plants into flower. I will be back shortly with some more plant training technique videos such as low stress training and then a few others. But in the meantime I just want to give you guys a big thank you for watching today's video, I really hope you enjoy it in until next time

Happy Growing!!!
Dylan @ GreenBox Grown

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Using a SCROG Net for Maximum Yields

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Using a SCROG Net for Maximum Yields

Properly use a SCROG for Maximum Yields!


 
 

What up GreenBox Growers and welcome back to the Plant training techniques video section! Now you guys already know this section is all about showing you guys the different techniques you can use with your home grown cannabis plants, to help increase the size of your yields per grow. As well as help you with growing denser buds. On today's episode we are going to be discussing SCROG nets which of course stands for screen of green. And I know I've already put out a video on this topic but today we are going to go into a little more detail and a little more in depth, and also I am going to show you guys how to set up a scrog net on a real actual grow! So now that you guys know what we are doing and today's video, let's get started by adding our scrog and net by Growers scrog Nets to our agent orange grow All right room!

Alright so here we are at the agent orange grow tent and you will see I opened up the scrog net and I have it set up right here. So before we get started I just want to give a huge shout out to Grower scrog nets for hooking us up with their double-layered adjustable scrog net here. This is a really awesome product as you guys will see in this video, you guys can check out more details at growerscrognets.com.  So just a big thank you for hooking us up with that!  Now you can see this is a decently sized net for our 2X4 tent, but like I was saying it is adjustable so it can stretch as well as be folded over so that it doesn't take up too much space and is tight enough in the setup. Of course you can make your own scrog net at home out of wood and string, we do have some videos on how to do that under the scrog grow series a video section. 

Now as you can see the plants are looking really bushy, they have a lot of talks here and it has been about three or four weeks of vegetation so far, so we are at a very good time for adding the scrog net. Because like I was just saying we already have a lot of that bushy growth going on. So once you are ready to add your scrog net it is important that you put it not right on top of the plants that you want to make sure there is about 3 to 5 inches of space from the tops so that they can grow up to it. And then you can start training them through it. If you put them at right on them and kind of push it down on the top parts of the plants, that is just going to stress them out, and it is going to make it so they can't grow properly through the scrog net. So in the video after this where I'm going to be setting it up, you will see how I leave that space above. 

Now it usually only takes a few days for the plants to reach the net from that height above, and then they will start having individual Topps growing through the scrog net. Once that starts to happen, what you will want to do is pull those tops back down through the net and then out horizontally from the center of the plant so the top can then grow up during you square that is further away. Now what this does is it opens up the canopy some more some more light can penetrate down to those lower nodes, allowing for more tops to grow up to the scrog net. Now what the scrog net also helps with is keeping all of your tops at the same height, and what that will do is make it so they all get the same amount of lighting from your grow light aw, allowing them to all get just as big as each other. That way none are shading others making it so they don't get fully developed or as dense buds. 

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Now before I add the scrog net to these two plants right here, I want to show you guys a grow that is a little further along and already has grown through the scrog net and is actually ready for their second layer. So this is my current OG Kush Screen of Green Grow that is going on right now and you guys can check that out under our indoor grow series section.

And let me just get this tent open a little further so you can see how much they have grown above the scrog net. So not only can you see that all of the top or most of the tops have grown through it but you can see they are a good 6in on average above it. Or they have grown a good 6in about the SCROG net. Now like I was just saying you can add a second layer to it, and that is why the scrog net to come with two of them like you see here.

 I will be adding a second layer to this tent in about four days, and what that will do is help support those taller branches that stretch out during the flowering phase. And it is just going to allow you to open up the canopy that much more, so sometimes you will notice later on in the flowering phase if you get some really big dense nugs on some taller or lankier plants. You will notice those branches starting to lean, and if they get heavy enough they can even lean to the point where they snap. So having this SCROG net supporting those individual branches or buds will make it so that issue does not happen.

Another thing that is really important is once you have your scrog net about 90, 80 to 90%. Is when you want to flip it to flower. Now you can see this is 100% full but I am adding that second layer which is why I have not slipped to flower yet. But in most cases I like to wait until you know pretty much every square has a top just poking through it, and then that is a great time to flip your plants to flower. Now we are also going to be doing a lollipopping and a defoliation before we flip these plants to flower, but I will have another video coming out on that to show you exactly how to lollipop your plants for maximum yields. 

Alright guys so now that you have had a chance to check out our OG Kush scrog tent right here that already has the scrog net filled and is just about ready for the second layer. What we are going to do is take this grognet and I am going to demonstrate in this video, how to add it above your plants using these agent orange ladies right here. So let's go get started with that!

Alright GreenBox Growers, that officially concludes today's video on how to use and properly add your scrog net to your grow room. Now that last clip where I was showing you guys the addition of the scrog net in the agent orange tent, I also give you guys another clip of the OG Kush plants that already go through the scrog net. And in that clip I was just showing you guys the proper technique for training your branches horizontally through a square that is further away on the scrog net from the center of the plant. Just so you guys know how to use it properly once or plants start to grow through it. So as I was saying also earlier, I will be back shortly with more plant training technique videos, so be on the lookout for that lollipopping video coming soon. And as always thank you guys for watching this week's video, I really hope you enjoyed it and until next time…


Happy Growing!!! 
Dylan @ GreenBox Grown

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