Yo, what’s good? My name is Dan and I’m here to talk to you about super cropping. If you’re trying to get more yield from your cannabis plants without having to grow more, then you need to learn about super cropping. This technique will transform your yields into massive Hulk-like harvests. It’s going to take some effort, but trust me, it’s worth it.
So, what is super cropping? It’s a technique where you pinch or crush the branches of your cannabis plants. This may seem counterintuitive, but it actually produces an influx of growth hormones that make your stems and branches stronger. This means they can support bigger buds and overall yield. Plus, you’ll get more bud sites instead of just one big one.
Now, timing is everything with super cropping. You want to do it during the vegetative cycle when your plants are young and have at least 3-4 nodes. This is because it’s a stressful experience for the plant and it needs time to recover. You also want to make sure the plant tissue isn’t calloused yet so it can produce explosive growth hormones.
Alright, now let’s talk about how to do super cropping in five easy steps. First, make sure your plant has at least four nodes. Then, gently crush or pinch the stem between the third and fourth node until it softens. Be careful not to completely sever the branch or stem – you just want it to lean in a specific direction. Use plant ties to anchor the bent stem at a 90° angle. Then give your plant 7-10 days to recover before moving on to another branch or stem.
Now, if you accidentally break a branch while super cropping, don’t worry. You can fix it with some duct tape and plant ties. Just wrap the broken stem in duct tape while it’s at the 90° angle, anchor it to another branch or garden stake, and give it time to recover.
Once you’ve trained your cannabis plants with super cropping, sit back and watch those buds grow. And don’t forget to add additional support alongside the thick branches – you’ll be amazed by how much weight super cropped cannabis plants yield.
K fam, be sure to share this knowledge with your buddies. Let’s all get those massive harvests!