Scrog Tip #12 – Keeping the Screen Level

I’ve had a lot of people writing me telling me scrogging is not for beginners. That is 💯 NOT true!!! My first ever crop was a scrog. I learned how to grow using a frame, that’s the only way I have ever grown cannabis. When I scrog I like to go BIG and this tip […]

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Scrog Tip #11 – When 2 Plants Meet

If you are starting a scrog for the very first time, dont just jump in and go BIG! Start a small scrog because its a lot harder than it looks!!! When you eventually work your way up to a big scrog, things can get overwhelming. For example, what should you do when two plants meet […]

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Scrog Tip #10 – Tucking Trick

Who would have thought there were so many tips to scrogging??? 🤓 Its not just as easy as tucking a branch. But it does look that way, lol… This next tip is something I have learned myself from failing… Failing causes me/anyone to learn. I tell ALL new growers that failing is success in the […]

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Scrog Tip #9 – Tieing Down

Loving the support… 💯👍 Tieing branches to the bottom of the screen….. Ok so… Once you are deep in veg, you will see certain branches that are not completely floating along the bottom of the screen. They will come off some branch on a weird angle, almost like a 45° angle.. You will notice that […]

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Scrog Tip #8 – Defoliating

Defoliating (a.k.a. cutting leaves off) ✂️✂️✂️ This is gonna be a touchy subject. Some people really agree or disagree with pruning/defoliating. I’m not a fan, but from MY experience, I have to…. When I scrog, I like to tuck my leaves under the screen. I try to keep only nodes/budsites exposed to the light.. I […]

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Scrog Tip #7 – Horizontal Growth

Horizontal growth = lots of tops. I am talking about your plants, and the process of training your plants horizontally along the bottom of the scrog net (also known as horizontal growth)!!! You see, it all starts when your plans are in the veg process. If your plants are healthy and happy, you will be […]

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Scrog Tip #6 – Weaving

The title of this Scrog Tip is a big misleading, because weaving is what you should try NOT to do. Weaving is the process of bending the branch over-and-under the twine. I have learned that this is will not give you the best results when scrogging. There are certain exceptions to this rule, which I […]

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Scrog Tip #5 – Tucking

Thanks everyone for the feedback!!! It has been very encouraging to hear about how these tips are helping you. If you have any suggestions or if there are any subjects you’d like me to cover in a blog post- or in a video (coming soon to my Youtube page),- leave a comment below. First off, […]

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Scrog Tip #4 – Frame Height

In my last scrog tip, I talked about overall scrog frame construction. But there’s one point that I think requires a bit of clarification, because I see it ALL THE TIME in photos!!! Keep your net low!!! I keep mine at 18” high. This is extremely important because eventually you will have to cut (defolate) […]

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Scrog Tip #3 – Net/Screen Holes

Ever since I started this journey, my inbox has been flooded with photos of people’s “Scrog Nets.” Now, we all have to start somewhere, and trust me I’ve made my fair share of mistakes! But to be truly considered a “Scrog Net” you need to have small hole/screen sizes. Let me explain… As I said, […]

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