FIM

by Nebula Haze Table of Contents Introduction: Most Common Plant Training Mistakes Not Training At All Breaking a Main Stem by Accident Mistakenly Keeping Plants Too Small Letting Plants Get Too Big Topping Plant Too Early (or Incorrectly) Not Securing Plants Properly Excessive Training on Sick or Slow-Growing Plants   Did you know that "training" your...
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by Nebula Haze In addition to the search bar, this link guide helps you navigate through the Grow Weed Easy website. Learn about growing topics you won't find anywhere else! This is a shortened list of all our cannabis growing tutorials, as the website has over 500 articles and tutorials! Full List of EVERYTHING on GWE  ← Over...
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by Nebula Haze Yes, you can top an auto-flowering plant that is growing fast and healthy. For example if it has grown at least 4-5 nodes (pairs of "real" leaves) by the end of week 2. Otherwise it may not be growing fast enough to handle topping without getting stunted. Read on to learn more!...
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by Nebula Haze Table of Contents Intro: Cutting Cannabis for Better Structure Topping vs FIMing Tips for Topping & FIMing Don't Cut Too Early! Don't Cut Too Late! How to Know It Worked  How to Top Cannabis How to FIM Cannabis   Cutting Cannabis for Better Structure: Topping & FIMing Topping and FIMing are two cannabis...
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by: Sirius Fourside Once a grower is able to successfully take a plant from seed (or clone) to harvest, a common new goal is: “How can I do it better?” The answer: efficiency! Although cannabis is a weed and has an easy time growing, it doesn’t do so in an efficient manner for indoor growing....
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by Sirius Fourside FIMing: The act of pinching or cutting a young cannabis plant in such a way as to force it to grow 4 main colas instead of one. FIM is used as a word itself, but is actually an acronym for “F**k, I missed!” So what exactly is FIMing? FIMing is an easy...
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by Sirius Fourside You and I most likely share this opinion: Growing your own marijuana is the best way to obtain it! But what happens when you’re growing your own medicine and you run out? You probably know how aggravating that is, but I’ll sum it up with this: No one likes running out of medicine....
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by Nebula Haze Table of Contents Introduction to Plant Training: Indoor Training Tactics for Bigger Yields! Three Main Types of Plant Training 1.) Bending & Securing Parts of the Plant Low Stress Training (LST) No-Technique Plant Training Supercropping Screen of Green (ScrOG) 2.) Damaging or Removing Parts of the Plant (in a Strategic Way) Topping &...
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