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  • PaganRich
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    Moved the Chemdog into a 20l airpot today. Removed several older fan leaves to give greater exposure to growth development and a little bit of structuring done. The green `legs` are the height where the frame will be added. That`s roughly 9" above soil level (Would be higher in fabric pots). From soil to 9" I lollypop everything.
    I`m trying to re-direct the end growths here laterally to push stronger stems grow for the first node growths to try and get 8 equally good colas. Controlling end growth should help this. I`ll grow roughly a further 10" above the frame before I flip usually. I like my grows to be between 32-40" from soil to top and flipping at 17-20" works well for that with the girls I like to grow...
    Pic 1-Before anything
    Pics2-3-Afterwards.
    Pic 4-Didn`t really show how I was keeping those ends down so added this pic, it gives an indication. She smells absolutely beautiful bytheway

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  • PaganRich
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    oldjarhead100 It`d be like fighting on a storm tossed sea I`d imagine. Mind you, loads of lasses use them as weapons over here. Bouncer died other week from being clouted by this woman in the neck with one from behind. Did you know that raised heels have a very long history for both sexes? https://www.ancient-origins.net/hist...ory-men-002329

  • oldjarhead100
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    Good to see a post from you ATU PaganRich it must be hell to have to fight in stilettos lol

  • PaganRich
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    alltatup I do scrub up well lass

  • alltatup
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    Looking lovely, Pagan!!!

  • PaganRich
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    D.A.A.S.69 What I love about this site, practical, pragmatic advice from trusted sources. Can`t beat it, mate

  • PaganRich
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    oldjarhead100 But still stylishly attired in stilettos

  • D.A.A.S.69
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    PaganRich, your training is looking nice, mate. Yeah even when you top a plant you want to leave about a quarter inch above the node, makes them tougher to pull apart when you start pulling the branches back to tie down.

  • oldjarhead100
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    they are doing great nice looking manifolds ,what a tough looking woman

  • PaganRich
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    Coming along nicely. Shoots are developing though it is mighty hot at the moment. Big thanks to oldjarhead100 for an excellent bit of advice above, earlier.
    Pic 1 - Purple E...Coming along nicely with a better shape to her coming through now
    Pic 2 - Bud Bud...Bouncing back from the teared main stem very nicely though I now have a wicked u-bend. That I will address when I add the rigid frame to structure
    Pic 3 - Chemdog...Probably upgrade to a 20litre airpot next weekend to allow control and structuring of those new growth sites

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  • PaganRich
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    Great advice...cheers ojh will do from now on

  • oldjarhead100
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    when I manifold I try and leave a 1/4 inch of stem above the node it helps prevent this, still it will recover

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  • PaganRich
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    Overdid it a tad LST-ing Bud Bud. Pushing the stems down over-pressured them and a split occurred at the main stem junction that changed into woody looking stem. Usually I`d just tape or leave as it acts as another form of stressing which results in a bulbous supercropped like bulge eventually but I thought I got creative and pinned together with a couple of orchid clips, removed the pressure and just levelled then back in tent. She`ll be just fine. Or will she?

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  • PaganRich
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    First organic tea watering with no feed added to solution but sprayed with Evolution `Plant Magic`,
    Pic 1-Bud Bud-Recovering well from supercropping but have levelled her off horizontallly to really vamp the first node growths which never seem to do as well as 2nd or 3rd node growths. May top those, may do that next time...raise cola numbers from 8 to 12. Probably second grow thinking about it. First grow`s alway`s a learning experience.
    Pic 2-Purple E-The wood stick across is there to stop a arching effect both are doing like that McDonald`s sign, forcing them to be more horizontal and trying to get a decent manifold on this lass. One first node on side stem has withered whether from damage or suicidal tendancies so 7 cola`s and since this is a lass that`s new to me and showing it, will not be pushed too hard.
    Pic 3-Chemdog-Same treatment as Bud Bud. Mainly really trying to level to get those first nodes to explode. Slight further damage to one stem when re-arranging level but she seems fine. My girls usually are very hardy. It`s live and bathe in the blazing glory of the Forum page or wither into obsurity and dishonour-so, no pressure there on them.

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  • PaganRich
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    D.A.A.S.69 Re-rigged them again after to get a truly horizontal plane on them. Break away did me good but raging to start mucking around with different grows again. Good to hear from you again, mate

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