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This is where I have a question with specific regard to doing this to seed starts. I get what's happening here, FINALLY (that's a great tutorial that guy wrote up, really, mad props), but when you start the process when the plant is only at the 3rd node then it hasn't sexed yet. So, you're doing this to/with all seed starts, irrespective of the fact that you don't know sex, correct?The main idea here fellas is for the colas to only start from a "main-line" branch...and not to have a bunch of other lateral branches forming below the main........think in the shape of the letter "Y".....same for the clones....
This is a method I use, but this tutorial was written by the person I gave credit to a few post back. Yield is better, but even more important than yield is the structure it gives your plants. When running decent size gardens its nice to have colas that all grow at the same rate. Seems to me that most people only care about yield and nothing else, if that's the case just get a massive producer and veg it long as hell in a giant pot and call it a day. This method isn't time consuming at all, you don't need to get all crazy with the tying down. On my plants, I just top making sure all the colas come from a main line and clear out the bulls it and it works the same way. The main reason I use this method is for a nice even canopy of solid colas that my lights can hit evenly with little extra pinching and bending.I wonder if the extra bud is worth the extra time of creating this style. It does appear the results are great, however are we talking .75 # natural and .85 # with your method? I saw you did a cola comparison, however do you have a yield comparison on same plant same age/etc... ?