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Old 09-20-2020, 11:21 PM #1
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Kyle Cushmans Super Cropping

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdfW2p-lHN0


Kyle Cushmans Super Cropping..


Seems like a good idea? Comments ??
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Old 09-21-2020, 12:51 AM #2
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Probably one of the best tutorials out there. Everything he shows is gold. I've been growing for many, many years and even I learned something new the first time I watched it and it definitely helped me. For a noob it's pure gold.
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Awesome vid. I use ALL of those techniques - right on down to using the tape after literally breaking a branch. It works.
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Yeah, its a good video.


I too lollipop to the first growth tip on every branch about 1 day or 2 before flower. On stretchy strains I do it 1-2 days into flower to slow down the stretch.

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Old 09-27-2020, 12:56 PM #6
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One of my girls is just starting to flower and she is pretty much flat topped (all the tips are even) .
So I should be snipping any new growth below the first 3 sets of buds??
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One of my girls is just starting to flower and she is pretty much flat topped (all the tips are even) .
So I should be snipping any new growth below the first 3 sets of buds??

When you say "just starting to flower" do you mean you are going to change to 12/12 or you're a week plus into 12/12 and your starting to see flowers form?



Right before flower I lollipop everything up to the last growth tip and remove any branches I don't think will make it up into the canopy. Following day I switch to 12/12. If i'm growing a stretchy OG or similar I lollipop after I go into 12/12 to slow down the stretch.



I follow up after the stretch, day 21 usually give or take, defoliate and clean up any new growth below the canopy.
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I run 12x12 all the time, one girl is ready to flower the other just started. Thanks for the advice . I will clean up the flower girl
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So now I should trim to 0 or ??
Should I LST a little?

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A good rule of thumb is never remove more than 1\3 of a plants foliage. Removing over 1/3 will put the plant in shock. That goes for trees, shrubs, garden vegetables or any plant.
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