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  1. Hi All, This is my first post. And am just after some advice on what strains people have used to maximize yield etc while just doing LST ..... I am currently on my 2nd grow both have been very successful in my eyes.(I'm a fiend for a YouTube video and have researched everything:-) ) My issue with my last grow is the strains I used did not fill my grow space therefore felt I could go with a larger this time was 1x RQS critical auto and 1x diesel auto both very short strains(1x critical seed didn't wanna pop) 1st grow was 3x RQS white widow auto ( should of left growing longer but as was 1st grow did not LST or anything) Anyway ... Back to the question .... Best auto strain for LST ?? People thoughts ? Thanks CannaZ123
  2. Thought I would share an error I just made so you can avoid the same mistake. I was just tying down my 2 x 45 degree "Y" branches and my focus was foolishly on what was happening to the tips, being very careful not to damage the tips. Then of course when I look at the stem I see 2 partial splits where they join the stem ! Damn, so many mistakes to make but anyway when you do LST make sure you check the stresses being presented to the other ends of the branches being bent. Anyway not sure what will become of those so I have let them back up as they were and made a tie to prop them up in the hope of some healing magic in the next week. No idea if the plants a gonner or not.