Hey everyone, last week's class was awesome, thanks to the 50 or so people who showed up! Now that our plants have been transplanted and have acclimated to the new high pressure sodium (HPS) light, we can start manipulating them by pulling off lower growth leaves and by "topping them".

Topping is a form of plant manipulation that encourages lateral growth and increases the number of main colas that the plant will have during its bloom cycle. Tomorrow we'll show you how to do it first hand, and we'll also be doing foliar feeding to reduce the overall stress of pruning. Foliar feeding consists of feeding the plants through the leaf surface via spray mist.

I'll go in-depth and explain everything Monday at 4:30pm. See you all then!  GrowDan