Let’s see outdoors 2021

Manidoo

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Monster cropping is essentially breaking the branches, right?

Monster Cropping is generally a plant that was growing and flowered inside, and then partially harvested and rejuvenated afterwards. It maximizes branching ten fold + and allows one to grow some serious monsters ahead of the curve and transplant outside. This one was flowered for around 5 weeks and I placed it outside and it was growing again in a few weeks under the spring photoperiod and I didn't harvest any flowers due to their immaturity

Super cropping is the term used to describe breaking down branches and the growing tips one way or another to maximize the branching effect. Some people pinch the stems and I just break them by hand or with a crimping tool.
 

JollyPete

In Bloom
Monster Cropping is generally a plant that was growing and flowered inside, and then partially harvested and rejuvenated afterwards. It maximizes branching ten fold + and allows one to grow some serious monsters ahead of the curve and transplant outside. This one was flowered for around 5 weeks and I placed it outside and it was growing again in a few weeks under the spring photoperiod and I didn't harvest any flowers due to their immaturity

Super cropping is the term used to describe breaking down branches and the growing tips one way or another to maximize the branching effect. Some people pinch the stems and I just break them by hand or with a crimping tool.
So do you repot it during the initial move outside, or just top dress and throw the ferts to it? Any potential setbacks with this technique, a chance of it herming or anything due to it being harvested some and revegged?

I have yet to do any kind of revegging myself, just dipping my toes into indoors.
 
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