I agree, personally I'll do light training on autos, a topping and spread them out is about it. not enough time to get real aggressive without damaging the yeild. Photos now... mainline and quad line away! The difference there is immense.sorry to say. i have never been a fan of training, scrog, sog. i don't see the gain? just a funny looking plant. the only method that i saw work was Hazy and his caning method. here on AFN years ago. still threads somewhere?
Just an update. Today's day 75 with another week or so to go. All colas are a little bigger than one of my fists and they're very dense. I learned my lesson on this first attempt and, as you can see in the 30 day old plant on the left, I've stopped removing new growth tips a lot sooner than I did on the first one. Either way, I'm very happy with the way it's all going.
Thanks! That's the fun that happens on the topside. You can't really tell from the other photos, but I've cut away the bottom milk crates and have created a little drying area. I've lined the inner walls of the main lower crate with some breathable black material from a Smart Pot. There are three 4" intakes directly in back of the primary crate so airflow shouldn't be an issue. It can hold ten perforated (and brown paper bag lined) cardboard boxes each with the dimensions of 9" x 5.5" x 2". In the event that I happen to need more drying room, I'll use the same sized boxes inserted into two Smart Pots and I'll tuck them under the secondary crate on the left.Looks really cool and good fun too