He doesn’t sell them. It’s just the digital file then you pay to have someone print it for you. I have the file which I’m sure he’s ok with me sharing. Message me.
@Chris20 Right on brother, it’s free. If you haven’t gotten the file from @Tebori, you can download it from here: ScrOG by lanemaxwell - Thingiverse. I’ll give you the same advice I gave to others, I used these magnets to attach it (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B081RPSGZS), using 4 M4 screws instead of the hooks, 2@10mm and 2@14mm. Get the thing printed with nylon, it holds up well and is semi-flexible.
This plant has gotten very tall. Am I waiting too long to switch to transition? It was at the top fan but I see I could have switched before. I’m only about three inches away from the top of the Grobo so if it stretches more then I’m screwed. What has caused it to get so tall??
You can pop the pod lower if it reaches the top, you can tie the branches to the side with magnets or plant ties or ultimately you can super crop. The latter will get mixed results so always the last resort, it is the most stressful thing to do to the plant in flower.
Pop the pod lower? I’m not sure what that means. Also what’s super crop?
Most people are still using the old trays with the coco pods. If so you can push the pod down, directly down gently into the water reservoir, not all the way or anything as you’ll find inside underneath the lead the tubing gets narrower making it impossible. You’ll also notice before that point branches of your plant will likely block/hold it in place. Nothing wrong with that, you’ll finish your grow-out fine. I’ve used method 60% of my grows. If your using the new trays for the peat pod, this option is no longer available to my knowledge.
Oh. Gotcha. Thanks
Ok. I see. Thank you for sharing
Buds are already looking much larger this go around. Added the co2 and big bud. I’m not even half way through flowering so this should be interesting.
Leaves are curling a lot and I pushed the pod down a couple of inches as it got too tall. Is the closeness to the light causing the curling on those tallest colas?
Looks like heat stress. Could be getting too hot near the light.
Ok. So this part is still a bit of a challenge for me. The trichomes look more cloudy under my digital microscope versus the eyeloop. How do things look to you guys? I have a week and a half left of flowering and they mostly look cloudy to me. However the main stem colas always look further along then the rest and especially buds that are lower are further behind. Thoughts everybody as far as ripeness goes?
There’s quite a bit of amber in a few of those pics. If it were my plant I would go to flush now.