She was 2-3 weeks old. I used the 2nd and 3rd true nodes. I had to remove 2 nodes up top when I did it. I am flowering it this way too. If all goes well, I plan on using this on normal plants. She is my test run since it was my first time doing this. Main-lined plants would really thrive outside too.Sad, how many weeks was that plant before you mainlined it, also, will you transplant it into a bigger pot later? I want to try it outdoors this year.
If you want to read up on it Google NugBucketz and mainlining, He's the first to really do it then add a name to it. Great reads that'll help.Then will still be in pots outdoors, and they need to stay below the fence line. Plus it seems a useful way to direct energy. Another new folder: Mainlining! Thank you.
They say he is one of the first to do. He says he's sure it was done before but he just added a name to it and documented it. I found his tutorial and that's what got me thinking about doing it too. Hence my test subject.
I too like that method. Found it on another site and started 4 months ago and have a couple in flower with 8 tops. It should make trim jail a lot easier.
I usually kept the lower stuff so I can use for butter but now I got more then enough trim. Next grow I want all tops.