Should I top? (Blue Widow)

Discussion in 'Growing Marijuana Outdoors' started by grassboy, Jun 1, 2009.

  1. This year i am growing a blueberry/white widow cross. I have heard that in order for Blueberry to reach it's full potential it is advised to top the plant. As this is a cross do you think I should still top?
  2. im actually growin the same breed, (along with others), and mines from g13 its called blue venom, but as far as topping goes i would reccomend doing the low stress training method instead and you will have far GREATER growth ratre than with topping.. hope that helps man:wave::bongin:
  3. i think that topping once will only do good. what i do is top once after the 4th leaf set and then lst for all its vegetative stage
  4. Out of my 3 plants I have topped 1. Letting one grow normally and using lst for the other. I will see what results i get.

  5. thats right. gd luck on your grow:)
  6. Just wondering but, for your LST when flowering stage comes around, do you leave it tied down or you you untie it so it can straighten back out alittle, cause i usually keep mine tied down but recently i read a guide that said once flowering comes around to untie it and it confused me.

  7. this is my first time im trying lst on my plants so i dont know what to tell you. i think cantharis can answer us because he had done lst in the past on his plants

  8. Damn, well good luck on your first attempt, I've done it 3 times before and it's amazing

  9. That's what I thought, maybe the guy go wrote the article does it differently. It threw me off for a minute
  10. Same for me, I have 2 White widow in identical pots, one I have topped, the other I am leaving alone. I will compare yields.
  11. In the name of Science!

  12. That's a great idea for an experiment, I might do that for my qleaner plants, I'll do 1 lst, 1 top/ fimm and 1 growing regualrly and see the differences on yield

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