Cannabis training is the process of altering how your plant grows through some kind of manipulation. This can keep sativa strains short and bushy, encourage strains plants to grow bigger, and generally increase the amount of bud you get per plant. Whether you’re looking to have a ton of small plants or just a few […]
Using the SOG Training Method (A Guide)
Trellising Guide for Cannabis
Plenty of species of plant are grown on trellises. Grapes, ivies, and flowering species are regularly found on trellises around the world. However, trellising is not restricted to vining plants. In fact, you can grow cannabis on a trellis with a little effort. If you’re considering training your cannabis plants during your next grow, trellising […]
Low-Stress Training Guide for Cannabis
Cannabis plants grow notoriously quickly. They grow like weeds, actually. An un-trained cannabis plant will develop a strong central stalk and potentially a few smaller colas, and have a few basic flowers at the top. A wild plant’s focus is energy production, with just enough flowers to produce seeds and continue the species. In the […]
Topping vs Fimming Cannabis Plants
Trimming your plants can be necessary in almost every type of garden. Trimming foliage off of plants can help prevent or cure diseases, improve air flow, or reduce need for fertilization. In cannabis grows, though, it’s a trick used to increase yields. There are two main styles of trim you can use with your cannabis […]
What Is Cannabis Main-Lining?
While looking up ways to increase your yields, you’ve probably seen mentions of “main-lining,” or cannabis plant training. Just what this process is can be unclear, though. Many growers swearing by it, stating that it’ll make your plants bushier and “kushier”, but how does it work? Let’s talk about it. What Is Main-Lining? Mainlining is […]
What Is Lollipopping Cannabis Plants?
While reading about training your cannabis plants, you’re likely to run into lots of references to “lollipopping” plants. Lollipopping your plants is the process of stripping off the leaves off the lower halves of the branches. This results in a bare stem with a cluster of leaves and bud at the end, so it sort […]