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How to tie down outdoor marijuana plant?

There are several reasons why an outdoor marijuana grower will opt to tie down their marijuana plants. Some marijuana growers prefer bending their cannabis plants over instead of cutting them.

Tying down has about the same effect as topping, although with much less stress on the marijuana plant. That said, tying down can be done during early flowering, but if you can you might want to do most of your tying during the marijuana vegetative phase.

When you get to marijuana flowering, you can do some minor adjustments.

Here are some reason to tie down a marijuana plant.

All these are positive attributes. Creating a stronger, healthier, more potent marijuana plant.

Some marijuana strains enjoy being tie down than other marijuana strains. Very short squat indica marijuana plants are difficult to tie down. And don't really require this training method.

However, sativa marijuana plants that may grow up to 7 - 10 feet outdoors, can and should be tied down.

This method of growing creates an incredible marijuana plant.

When you tie down, the growth hormones are relocated to lower branches, so you probably don't want to be doing too much to change the marijuana plant's focus during marijuana flowering. That said, I don't think it's going to change all that much, but in general, trying to keep your cannabis plants as unstressed as possible is always good.

You can start tying down your marijuana plant early in it's vegetative marijuana growth. But preferably when the marijuana plant starts to produce branches. Tying down now will enhance branching. Why? The sun can easily penetrate the canopy, which will distribute light equally.

When your marijuana plant is ready to be tied down:

week 1: Start off lightly

Tie string or fish line approximately 1/3rd down from the top. Tie the other end of the line to an obstacle on the ground, making sure your plant isn’t straining. For indoor marijuana growers who opt to tie down their cannabis plants. Purchase a single punch hole punch. Use this tool to punch a hole directly into the side of the bucket. Loop the string, hemp line or fishing line through this hole and tie a knot.

5 days later: Inspect growth

By now if your plant has received quality amounts of light, you will notice your plants marijuana leaves facing upwards (reaching for the sun). Your marijuana plants will try to receive as much sunlight as possible. Obviously it would have grown a certain amount as well; this is why you will need to attach more line to the middle of your plant, tying the rope down more than you did previously.

During your marijuana plant vegetative phase

Keep tying your marijuana plant down as necessary until branches start to pierce the canopy. Leave these branches to grow.

When branches start to marijuana flower, you will have to be cautious. Branches that get too long will not be able to support the heavy marijuana bud the cannabis plant is producing. This is when you will have to start tying the branches either down, or pulling them up, depending on the circumstances.

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