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    Here is my concept of what I'm calling "plant pushing".

    You may be familar with the concept of "super cropping".
    This intales bending, breaking, damaging your plants in different manners. This in turn makes that old proverb of a mended fence being stronger, sort of come true. As it makes the plant stronger
    and produce better.

    And if you grow outdoors you may also be familar with staking,
    or trellising. Which is the idea of giving your plant some support.
    This tends to come in handy, especially so with plants that tend to
    get taller. As the wind will grab them much more easly and damage
    them.

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    The concept is this, you push your plants over, before they fall themselves...

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    Sounds realtively simple, and in fact it is. When cannabis hits the ground, especially when there is moisture present (like from a rain) the bud gets infected with undeseriable
    organisms. Which in turn makes for crappy bud. So we don't want that... And you say perhaps, why not stake or trelis then?

    And I would say, because my method is easier. More efficent, and produces more bud. And its much more covert. which of course I mean, if you are gurrellia growing. A dead give away would be a plant that someone has propped up.

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    068.jpg

    Here's a shot of one I delibertly knocked over.

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    You want to knock them over, when the just start shooting hairs.

    What happens is all the colas want to become dominant. As well as being able to support themselves even in high wind without being damaged.

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    Here's a couple of more shots with another female. This one is more sativa then
    the last one. And would have been shredded by the wind if I hadn't pushed her over
    at the right time.

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    I really like this idea. I was seriously considering a little guerrilla grow this summer, far away from where I live but still accessible by more than just myself. Keep them incognito and expose a ton of foliage to the light. Cool man. It's the angry dudes super crop.
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