A Scrogging Tutorial Review!
When it comes to success stories from our group members, there’s nothing better than to watch a home grower go from lack of knowledge to garden success. We just want a great crop as straightforward as possible, right?
A great crop happened to Porfirio Delgadillo, a new grower who wanted to grow more buds in a small area with fewer plants, not to mention it was his first time trying the Cartier Crops Scrog Method. I was able to chat with Porfirio about his crop and all that went on throughout the process.
His story is dope and full of hope for new or experienced growers looking to scrog for the first time.
1) Is this your first scrog? If so, how did the scrog tutorial help you through the process? If not, how was your experience prior?
P: Very first scrog, have a good friend in this group who referred me to your YouTube on scrog and changed my whole game. I followed your directions clearly throughout the video with your step-by-step guide and made it happen to this degree.
Before, my plants would get too heavy and fall over, and the scrog it held together kept it erect, and the growth was unbelievable.
2) How long you’ve been growing indoors?
P: I have been growing for less than a year. 8months, to be exact.
3) Was the scrog tutorial provided easy to understand? If yea, tell our community how the information made your life easier.
P: Absolutely easy as could be! Your directions are easy to understand, and you explain very thoroughly! I will from this point forward always scrog due to my results with it all.
4) How has the Cartier Crops scrog method helped you?
P: In every way! From weight to quality. Big juicy buds. I was only used to a few main colas, and this way, you have dozens—a full 180 degrees from what I was doing.
5) Would you recommend my scrog method to people with fewer plants and smaller places?
P: I have personally sent your scrog video to everyone I know who grows so they can follow your lead!
6) How has the scrog method changed your garden?
P: Well, I start lollipopping more and super cropping now compared to just letting them grow naturally, which really made a difference in my garden after watching all your videos.10
It’s stories like this that keep us going and growing in the right direction helping new and experienced growers get the upper hand in their garden without spending 20 years trying to figure out a system.
Scrogging Is Not For Everyone
Scrogging is not for everyone, especially if you don’t plan to be in the garden very much. Scrogging is not a set it and forget method since you need to constantly pull the upper shoot under the scrog netting to make the method work.
Scrogging is not a sea of green either. A sea of green grow methods consists of as many plants as possible you can increase in one space to maximize the yield.
Plus, there are limits to how many plants someone can grow in some states, and a sea of green will put you over the limit.
However, the scrogging method is to grow a small number of plants legally while maximizing a small space to do so.
I started scrogging 23 years in a closet and wanted to grow more in a limited space. After many trials and errors, figuring out a method made the task much more straightforward and fun.
You will need to work at the craft and understand a few detailed instructions, or your scrog can turn into a powdery mildew jungle fest.
In my youtube scrog series, I break down much of what you need to know and how to handle it each week. It was tough cramming all the information in there, and on that note, there is another series developing as we speak that is more detailed you will love to watch.
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