Very nice my friend.
I actually like using a very short vegitative growth phase as the shorter plants are less ‘rangy’. You get more of a single, large cola, all of which is strongly exposed to light, rather than the usual loss of light intensity the further down you go.
But of course, I do not grow cannabis
Well, if you ever try, try clipping off all side branches other than the top three around 2 weeks after you have initiated flowering.
That way you get I large bud and you can use 30 plants on one m2.
Not that you would do that.
…wouldn’t that make photosynthesis more difficult? Clearing the plant of the bottom 1/3 is how it’s usually done, but if that causes the plant to grow monster cola’s i might give it a shot (-:
I can guarantee that it works for a Chronic.
You could be a tad more conservative with a White Russian or White Shark, but anything that has a similar way of growing works. Meaning, anything that is Northern Light/Skunkish…
…do you make a distinction between indica and sativa’s?[/quote]
There iseth only one true indica, that is the original Afghani. It looks like a little Christmas tree with very compact buds.
This is the stuff that gives you the WHAMM! with a bong.
All others are sativas, which the possible exception of the ruderalis strains that are a chapter in and of themselves.
They usually give you the more spiritual, comtemplative highs.
Usually, all indoor and greenhouse strains are ca 80% indica or otherwise there would be an unacceptable yield for such confined spaces.
Real sativa weed is something that you will never see, because their blooming time is really long, they have a bad yield, they grow like weed, literally, very hard to control…
So, if your enterprise has a mercantile aspect (honoring your proud Dutch heritage), go sea of green and mostly indica, but if it is a hobby, experiment with sativas, they are wild.