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    LST gone wrong

    hey fellow growers I decided to try LST on my plants the other day and accidentally snapped stem instead. I know it’s similar situation to supercropping but wasn’t my intention and have never done it. Will she be okay and heal?

    #2
    You will be OK. Just don't mess with it for a couple day.
    A garden is its own perfect world
    Where everything has a place
    Every leaf, every stone, every speck of dirt
    But where's my place? ~M.P.

    https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...plant-training

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      #3
      If you think the outer "skin" is broken then wrap it in a couple wraps of painters tape and correct it a little. Lol I could show you painters tape on my plant right this very moment and it has about 10 grams on it when its done.

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        #4
        Were it a better picture you would see I snapped a branch so it was hanging on with one strand of something. Like celery. Totally exposed the inner branch. I put some sports tape on it and I can't tell anything happened within a couple days.

        Edit: It's not sports tape. That would be bad. This is light weight, perforated, cheap first aid kit tape.
        Last edited by Gingerbeard; 06-13-2019, 03:52 AM.
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        • uncledoug
          uncledoug commented
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          Let her be like Mr.furley said, it does look like a super crop so you will be fine.

        • Gingerbeard
          Gingerbeard commented
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          Yes! Mine is not supercropping. Mine is what you call 'an unfortunate accident.' A much more severe wound. You're good.

        • CC420710
          CC420710 commented
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          I understand I've lost one to a break early on

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