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bonnie123

scrog net height

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hi guys as title what height do you normally set your nets

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Not sure there is really a hight, just make sure you leave enough room so that you can bend out the branches and spread them along the net to fill it up.

Mine is very low and I started topping and supercropping from the moment it was possible, so my scrog is very horizontal

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Hi mate.

Mines set to around 10 inches.

Plenty of room to get my arm in there for bending and such.

ATB

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thanks lads for the quick responces cheers

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Set the screen at a comfortable working height for you and work out the height of the growing floor/tray from there. (1m/0.5m in my case.) No point bending too much and risking back pain when it can be avoided with a little thought at the planning stage.

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[quote name='lazi' post='2333282' date='Aug 9 2010, 10:33 AM']Set the screen at a comfortable working height for you and work out the height of the growing floor/tray from there. (1m/0.5m in my case.) No point bending too much and risking back pain when it can be avoided with a little thought at the planning stage.[/quote]


hi lazi do you mean you set trays at 1 mtr and ya net 0.5 above the trays

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Other way round, trays a half metre from ground, screen a full metre from ground.

1M high screen is just below belly button height for me, works ok.

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