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by SubterraneanHomesickBooze about June 12 - report

Starting My 7th week of nutrients on these 4 foot monsters. Several branches had to be super cropped over a week ago for space; but have not really bounced back the way they did during vegetation! I even tried to doctor them up with tape. The branches are slopping over with buds and cant bounce back up! i can tell the damaged branches arent 100% broken and maybe i am just getting nervous. my question is should i take an early sample or just let the branches flop over? looks kinda sad lol. I wanted to keep them pretty but they are a jungle

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    10.858

    SanBoisLee 0 points - June 12

    You do what you gotta do. I've supercropped in mid to late flower too. Just ride it out because they are alive and there is no sense in early harvest. If they are obviously dying, take them off.

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    • SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      3.045 points -
      June 12

      Thanks SanBoisLee I respect your opinion and thank you for the response. gotta do what you gotta do. just gotta sit tight. couple of weeks

    • SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      3.045 points -
      June 13

      again, thanks for the response and encouragement. there was never any intention of an early harvest. as you said, the plants are healthy so i just have to ride it out few weeks!

  • 6.430

    caiman 6.430 points - June 12

    Only opinions for this questions. I can't offer any advice on what to do except cut one to see what yyou get. Leave the other with the best chance of making it and complare.

    I do not keep side branches. I cut at the 3rd or 4th mode when young and grow 6 or 8 branches. These 6 or 8 are not allowed to have any side branches.

    It is always good to learn from your mistakes.

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    • SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      3.045 points -
      June 12

      im surely doing that lol these things just went out of control to be honest

  • 697

    MrNatural 697 points - June 12

    I was directed to never prune or cut after 2nd week of flower period. Bracing the stalks seems the more reasonable route. When my stalks went limp as a noodle I found my case to be underwatering. 

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  • 13.531

    pipeman69 13.531 points - June 12

    What I did after I super cropped was tied some nylon twine from the top of my tent and around the super cropped branch, it worked out pretty good! 

    No early sampling!!!!

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    • SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      3.045 points -
      June 12

      lol ok no sampling. im going to have to get bit creative with the kite string i think. there is bud lying on top of bud here

    • MrNatural
      MrNatural
      697 points -
      June 12

      There's a reason I like scrogs... just saying

  • 5.370

    FREE ! 5.370 points - June 12

    So ya super cropped @ wk6 of flowering, your plant is using all its energy to build buds. I think the best bet is what pipes said & support it, it may help it heal quicker. Leave the buds on branch they may get another wk of growing once knuckle is formed.
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    • SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      3.045 points -
      June 12

      thanks! you know i was actually encouraged to supercrop it from other members, but i think tying it down would have been better. now i have to tie it up lol

    • FREE !
      FREE !
      5.370 points -
      June 12

      Think tieing would of been better but it’s done now.
      Call it a lesson learned.

  • 4.899

    marlboro 4.899 points - June 12

    Imo once a plant gets so far into flower you don't want to mess with it and it's too late to super crop. I would support it like others have mentioned and finish when trics are ready.
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    BilliGirl 258 points - June 12

    Subterraneanhomesickboozer, I'm laughing so hard, not at your beautiful ladies, I'm so sorry you had the mishap, ,,, I just gotta love the duck tape,haahaaahaa. As a redneck I can appreciate your tool choices
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    • SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      3.045 points -
      June 12

      hahaha its all i could do! they wont stand up any longer! damn it all! im still gonna get a few fooking pounds! This isnt a loss! and yes; South Texas = redneck lool :P

  • 424

    OldFart 424 points - June 12

    I thought you were talking about ugly people and I was going  to get a prize!  How dissapointing.

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    • SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      SubterraneanHomesickBooze
      3.045 points -
      June 12

      hahaha! no but i was so proud of how nice these big things were and now theyre a freaking mess. I admit, one looks like sarah jessica parker

  • 11.260

    stick 11.260 points - June 12

    As long as the buds and vegatation above the super crop are not wilting they are doing just fine..I always tape with blue masking tape any limbs that split during super crop..If you crush the inner tissue of the limb before bending over they will not split on the outside...Super cropping makes the plants look ugly but is a nessesity when you don't have enough overhead

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