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    Quote Originally Posted by jestercoperpote View Post
    scrog ftw !!!

    nice guide thank you
    Ftw? Cheers geezer:thumbup:

    For i am mighty💪🌲

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thor View Post
    Ftw? Cheers geezer:thumbup:

    For i am mighty💪🌲
    ftw = for the win (thor the win ftw) need to be down with the kids mate 🙌🏻

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    Quote Originally Posted by sqysenberg View Post
    ftw = for the win (thor the win ftw) need to be down with the kids mate 🙌🏻
    Ah cheers sqys mate, I wasn't down with them when I was one lol

    For i am mighty💪🌲

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    Quality thread mate. Think I'll be trying this now. (Away to make a screen).

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    very informative thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrG View Post
    Overview of ScrOG Process

    Scrogging, or screen of green, is a form of LST (low stress training) where the main goal is to maximize the footprint of your light.*With standard, Christmas tree style plants, you can only lower the light until it’s close enough to the top cola. ANY bud from there down is getting less light. With a traditional setup, the lower each bud is on the plant, the less light those buds get.*

    The scrog process*is done by dividing, or breaking down the main cola, in conjunction with raising all the lower bud up to the canopy.

    We grow the plant horizontally until we are a few weeks into the Flowering stage.

    This is a key point as many attempts at Scrogging turn out to be merely a skeletal support structures for standard plants, not real Scrogs.

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    A Scrog is when you bring those arms up and run them lengthwise under the screen. All those would-be popcorn buds become real buds because they become part of the canopy and receive direct light.

    Lower buds are brought up to the screen or the screen is lowered, allowing them to become a part of the canopy.

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    This is only a few weeks later, with more than a month left in the flowering stage

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    Now that you've learned how Scrogging works, are you ready to start using*a screen during your next grow?

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    Screen materials

    I have tried pretty much most of the standard things you can use for screen. Below are the 4 main ones used, listed in my order of preference

    1.) STRING*- The very best. Laces up quick and easy and you just snip, snip, snip come harvest time. Throw it away and lace up a new one.

    2.) Twine/hemp cord*- Pretty much the same ease of use as string but you get hairs in the buds from fraying.

    3.) Plastic fencing - works well but is kinda sloppy looking.

    4.) Chicken wire / fishing line - The 2 worst

    Chicken wire is terrible because the buds actually grow into it and you have to “cut” your harvest out. Snipping up chicken wire into a bunch of smaller pieces sucks, you get poked a lot and is an overall nightmare compared to string. Does it work as a screen? Quite well, but chicken wire sucks to remove.

    The fishing line is also bad news as it can cut a stem, arm etc, very quickly and easily. Consider it to be “sharp”. I have only used 12 lb test, I imagine something in the 30+ range might work pretty good though. Avoid any “braided” fishing lines especially

    This is my version of a screen that is both easy to work and re-usable forever. I simply lined a square of 2x4's with eye hooks
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    Hi dou yoi have to keep raising the scrogg netting as the plants grow new to this sorry if i sound stupid

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    no, the screen stays in place, you train the stems outward and flip the lights when the screen is 80% full

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbadbillybob View Post
    no, the screen stays in place, you train the stems outward and flip the lights when the screen is 80% full
    Flip to 12 hours i guesss

    And so whem they grow through nets just bend them back under till they all look similar height is this corect

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    Place the net about 1ft from the canopy, when the growth gets up to the net and through, pull back under and guide to fill the net space up. This is my one plant scrog I have on the go now, check out Jokers diary thread too hes the scrog guru round here at the moment 





    Once she grows back through just tuck again and so on till the net is 70% full then flip to 12/12.you may need some trimming along the way and strip all the undercarriage once flipped


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    FINALLY!! I thought I was going mad!

    I'm back to growing after 10 years and when I left the game, SCRoG mean screen, not net!

    Every recent video I've watched about scrog is some bullshit with a net thrown over the top! Mainly American to be honest.

    Great info MrG!

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    Have SCROG'ed for some years for now. First I used also net, but now I have using hard wire to coordinate the grow. This is my grow right now. 1 month to go
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodyshock View Post
    Have SCROG'ed for some years for now. First I used also net, but now I have using hard wire to coordinate the grow. This is my grow right now. 1 month to go
    Nice Bodyshock! You should put up a diary and teach one next time



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    Yeah, I thought about it also

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodyshock View Post
    Yeah, I thought about it also
    Scrogs we're very common and popular on this forum about the time that you and I joined, but most of us are going to autoflowers these days. The old ways are worth hanging on to.



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