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buddy27

best for sgrog

hi, im looking to do (my first) indoor sgrog and wondered if anyone knew of the best strain?

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Any strain really. Blue cheese fills a net quite well. Also its scrog not sgrog. It stands for screen of green

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alright, cheers mate for strain and spelling check lol.yea ive heard its a nice plant to scrog. not much into the blueberry tho.ive got afew amnesias but didnt think indica strains would hold up well

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Yeah indica dom strains handel being scrogged really well

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Amnesia is not Indica.

A hybrid would be best. Any of UGORGs vars.

Dinafem have a good selection if you want feminised seeds.

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Dinafem Cheese worked really well in my scrog and yielded just under a gram per watt in my 250w growdrobe.

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Most stuff is good for scrogging, you don't want anything to indica dominate as they tend to be a little squat so get a little bit of sativa in the mix

Just not full blown sativa or you'll be flowering for 50 weeks lol

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Iced grapefruit is good for scrogging

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Last pic these were chopped a week later at day 63.

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Well, i wouldnt do super stumpy short indica's or leggy Sativa's, you could do them but it will be a major pain the ass.

Hybrids as mentioned, most strains will work.

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