Monster Cropping

Discussion in 'Basic Growing' started by smoothy, Jan 11, 2011.

  1. smoothy

    smoothy Registered+

    Hi All,

    Just wanted to know if anyone has done this MONSTER cropping? I've just found out about it and really didn't find out much, but one site with a pic of a Monster plant that looks like it has been stretched. People are claiming that it increases yield dramaticly-I can't see how, MONSTER plant in pic looks like it has many branches BUT NODES ARE REALLY FAR APART.
    Just looking for some feedback on this :)
  2. jon420

    jon420 Registered+

    I am also curious to see what others have to say about this. Hopefully someone in here has done and can exlain if yield is better??? I dont know too much about Monster Cropping but it seems a lot like regular cloning but with a flowering plant. :wtf:
  3. jon420

    jon420 Registered+

    I also just read that some consider Monster Cropping to be re-veg of the plant. You know, harvest the plant but leave some popcorn buds on the bottom shoots and re-veg.....Looks like we need a true professional of Monster Cropping for this one to be cleared up...Hang on everyone, this may be a bumpy ride:jointsmile:
  4. captainendoe

    captainendoe Registered+

    if its reveg your talking about then I just read that you shouldn't leave any bud but as much leaves as possible. somewhere in the stickies its lable bonsai or reveg or something along those lines
  5. oldhaole

    oldhaole Registered+

    You may be talking about re growing or re veging a plant. Both LSY and I have grow logs on how it's done. But the gold standard is Rusty's log.

    I am a few days away from starting this years crop. Last year I got the girls seen below. I don't know if you consider them monsters, All yielded more than three pounds each.

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