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My first attempt we got 4.5 ounces

Setup is

2x4x5 tent

light hlg 260

can can light filter changing to phresh filter for scrog grow

ghost inline fan 4 inch

small fans for circulation

Canna Terra Professional potting mix

Canna Bio Vega

Canna Bio Flores

Currently into first attempt at scrog, was frotunate to come accross the Jack Herrer Grow Diary on youtube.

I'm into week 6 flower

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1 Cheeseberry in 15 liter cloth pot

2 Chocolate Skunks in 15 liter cloth pots

1 Kush in 19 liter cloth pot

1 Kush in 9 liter cloth pot

 

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Didn't relise that the Kush would stretch so much.

Looking forward to some feedback.

 

 
Posted : December 4, 2020 11:05 am
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Posted : December 4, 2020 11:23 am
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You’re planning on putting them inside that screen? You need to level your canopy it’s OK the other one stretched just put some 5 gallon buckets or whatever it takes underneath the shorter pots to bring the canopy up to the other one. Canopy being level is key

 
Posted : December 4, 2020 1:34 pm
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Reminds me of a combo auto/photo grow I did with a SCROG next to a non-SCROG plant:

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Between me and @Chance we have done a fair number of SCROGs.  Please reach out if you have any questions.

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lol, glad the video inspired you to start scrogging mate. I good sturdy frame and grid is needed for best results though, nets dont do the job so well IMO. The plants just push it out the way lol. 

HLG lights are great for a scrog too! Keep at it man, its worth the extra work in the end Smile

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Posted by: @macky

nets dont do the job so well IMO

I agree.  I build SCROG frames out of 1/2" PVC from the Home De Pot, a pile of wood screws, and a spool of kitchen twine:

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The technique I personally like to use is to secure everything back down to the net, so I let everything grow above it and then tie it back down.  I usually install my net when I flip them to 12/12 and then train them to the net during the stretch.

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Posted by: @chance

You’re planning on putting them inside that screen? You need to level your canopy it’s OK the other one stretched just put some 5 gallon buckets or whatever it takes underneath the shorter pots to bring the canopy up to the other one. Canopy being level is key

I did look at doing that, but i had concerns about damaging the plants out of the screen to move them up higher.

 
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Posted by: @bogleg
Posted by: @macky

nets dont do the job so well IMO

I agree.  I build SCROG frames out of 1/2" PVC from the Home De Pot, a pile of wood screws, and a spool of kitchen twine:

IMG 4762

The technique I personally like to use is to secure everything back down to the net, so I let everything grow above it and then tie it back down.  I usually install my net when I flip them to 12/12 and then train them to the net during the stretch.

What a scrog, mmmm clean, tidy, artistic shit bro lol! Very nice work 

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Posted : December 5, 2020 11:29 am
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Posted by: @bogleg
Posted by: @macky

nets dont do the job so well IMO

I agree.  I build SCROG frames out of 1/2" PVC from the Home De Pot, a pile of wood screws, and a spool of kitchen twine:

IMG 4762

The technique I personally like to use is to secure everything back down to the net, so I let everything grow above it and then tie it back down.  I usually install my net when I flip them to 12/12 and then train them to the net during the stretch.

That's very tidy looking, I wanted to do something similar using bamboo canes but the plants got ahead of me so I'm using a Scrog Net this time but your solution would suit me so much better because of the jammers tent I have. 

 
Posted : December 5, 2020 11:40 am
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