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How to do LST?
LST, or low-stress training, is a method of Cannabis plant training that involves manipulating the plant to grow horizontally. The main objective of LST is to increase the amount of bud sites that are exposed to light, thereby increasing yields.
There are a number of different ways to go about LST, but the basic principle is always the same: gentle persuasion. To begin, you will need to select a main cola – this will be the branch that you train the rest of the plant around. Once you have chosen your main cola, you will need to gently bend it downwards, using either your fingers or some form of ties (such as rubber bands). As the branch begins to bow downwards, new growth tips will start appearing along its length. These new growth tips should be left alone to grow vertically; only the main cola should be trained downwards.
Once the main cola has been trained to your desired height, you can begin training the lateral branches. As with the main cola, lateral branches should be bent gently downwards; however, they can be trained at a steeper angle than the main cola. Once all branches have been trained, you will need to support them in their new positions.
If I don’t want to LST, can I do SOG instead?
The Sea of Green (SOG) growing method is a simple but effective way to produce a large number of cannabis plants in a small space. The key to success with SOG is to start with healthy, vigorous plants and carefully control the amount of light and nutrients they receive. When done properly, SOG can yield impressive results, with each plant yielding up to a pound of buds. Here’s how to do it:
To start, you’ll need at least four healthy cannabis plants. These can be clones or seedlings, but they should all be roughly the same size. Once your plants are ready, they need to be trimmed so that only the main stem and leaves are left. Next, the plants are placed close together in a small growing space, with each plant spaced about six inches apart. Then, they are given 18 hours of light per day, with the light source placed just a few inches above the foliage. During this phase, the plants will stretch and grow rapidly.
Once the plants have reached their desired height (usually between 12 and 24 inches), they are switched to a 12-hour light cycle. This triggers the flowering stage, during which time the plants will begin to produce buds.
Are feminized seeds a good choice for you?
Feminized cannabis seeds are a type of seed designed to produce only female plants. While this may seem ideal for growers, there are actually some pros and cons to consider before deciding to grow feminized seeds.
One of the main advantages of feminized seeds is that they can help to reduce the overall time and effort required to grow a successful crop. Since only female plants will be produced, growers can save time by not having to worry about sexing their plants. Additionally, feminized seeds tend to be more uniform in size and shape, making them easier to grow.
However, there are also some potential drawbacks to consider. Feminized seeds can be more expensive than regular seeds, and they may be less hardy than their non-feminized counterparts. Additionally, it is essential to note that all cannabis plants contain both male and female reproductive organs. As a result, even feminized plants may produce a few male flowers.
For growers looking to produce only female plants, it is crucial to carefully monitor their crops and remove any male flowers that appear. Overall, whether or not to grow feminized cannabis seeds is a decision that should be made based on the specific needs and preferences of the grower.