SCROG - When do you stop tucking and weaving?

  • Thread starter EasyCheesy
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Do you fill out your scrog before you flip, or do you keep tucking through the preflower stretch?

  • Fill the scrog completely before flip then let them grow, either freely or into a second net.

    Votes: 2 22.2%
  • Mostly fill the scrog before flip and keep tucking for the first week or so of stretch.

    Votes: 5 55.6%
  • Partly fill the scrog before flip and keep tucking through the full 2-3 weeks of preflower stretch.

    Votes: 2 22.2%

  • Total voters
    9
EasyCheesy

EasyCheesy

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I'm just about to try my first single plant scrog in my 4x4.

It's my understanding that the point of a scrog is to completely fill the screen throughout the stretch, so that all those little side buds that would make up one constituent cola instead grow upwards from the sideways branch and become their own small dense nugs. The cut I'm running probably grows to 1.5 - 2x the size during the stretch, so logic dictates I should flip when the screen is about half or two thirds full, then to keep tucking and weaving throughout the 2-3 weeks of stretch. However I've seen a lot of growers suggesting to completely fill out the screen before flipping.

What do you do?
 
Shayne010944

Shayne010944

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I’m doing my first scrog at the moment , they kept stetching for 4 weeks and it’s a bloody jungle now

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