Why should you apply the Monster Cropping technique in your marijuana plantation?

Written by on 10 June, 2021

To grow marijuana and get fantastic results, cannabis growers manage to implement various methods or techniques, some more complicated than others.

Well, one method that will undoubtedly be very useful to obtain higher yields is Monster Cropping. This technique, also known as re-vegetation of cuttings, basically consists of obtaining clones from a pot strain that is in full bloom and passing them to the vegetative phase.

If you are not convinced to apply this technique in your marijuana plantation here we will give you some reasons that will surely change your mind. Keep on reading.

Why apply the Monster Cropping technique?

One of the most attractive reasons to use this method is that the plants will grow bushier and with more side branches and flowering sites, so you will get more buds.

Another advantage is that by taking clones from flowering plants, we get rid of the care of a mother plant from which to take cuttings.

Disadvantages

This technique can take a lot of time and work. You see, waiting for your weed to flower, taking cuttings, and waiting for them to re-vegetate usually takes time so if you want to get a quick harvest this may not be the most suitable method.

Monster Cropping cannot be used with auto-flowering strains. Also, keep in mind that these types of cuttings do not have the same success rate when compared to clones from a vegetative plant, some may not root at all.

Final Considerations

As you noticed, this technique has its pros and cons, but if you do it properly you will get very good results. On our website www.motaradio.com you can find a guide on how to implement it correctly.

You can write through our Mota Chat or Facebook page and ask us your doubts about growing or tell us about your experience as a cannabis grower.

 


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