Hey guys, hope all is well. Im currently working on something under a 1000 watt light and already know I wont get a high yield. I've done scrog before and it's been great at high quantity yields and that's what i aim for. My previous grows, I've been trying something new and not scrogging, but it doesn't yield as much. Of course, we all want to yield a lot and use the 1k light to it's full potential. I realized one thing about flowering normally without scrogging is that, there's so many areas within the 4x4 area under the light that isn't producing bud sites. This is of course, because Im not using a training method before flowering. For those who are already familiar with the scrog, then you'll know it promotes lots of bud sites compared to letting the plant grow normally. Just recently, I decided I wanted to go with a perpetual grow in order to keep a good harvest cycle going. My intentions are to harvest every month, anywhere from 12oz-1pound is what im aiming for under a 1k watt light. And yes, I have harvested 1.5pounds from three plants 1k watt scrog before, so it's VERY doable for me. So now that I plan to do a perpetual grow, I want to make sure that I get my 12oz-1p per month. Now, the only way I know that guarantee's a high harvest is...ding ding ding, Scrog. In my previous scrogs, I'd use a 4ft x 4ft screen for the scrogging. Now, with a perpetual grow, it obviously moves the plants to steps during it's grow cycle. So this will prove to be difficult when dealing with scrog because you'd have to grow the plant under the screen and it'll tangle in the screen, causing it to be a big headache when needing to move it around to the next step. The only way to avoid this problem would to be use Screens for each plant instead of having a few plants under one big screen. This will allow you to move the plants around without untaggling the plant from the screen. I thought I came up with this idea until I saw someone else's Perpetual Mini Scrog. But good idea none the less. Now my intentions are to have 9 plants under 1k lights within 4x4ft area. I'll need three full setups for 9 screens each seeing that my first 1k light will need 9, and the second 1k light will need another 9 and the veg stage will need 9. With 27 screens, each screen measuring 16inches x 16 inches, that's a lot of work. I wanted to see if you guys had any opinion on to how to make it cost effective and also time effective to achieve these screens. Any ideas and comments?