SCRoG, or ‘screen of green,’ is a grow style which takes SoG a step further and creates a dense canopy of tops with the aid of a screen and training techniques such as topping, supercropping and low stress training. Much like its more basic counterpart, SCRoG allows you to make the most of even the smallest of spaces by training your plant to grow laterally and create dense, sticky buds. If you're looking to get heavy yields of high quality cannabis, SCRoG may be right for you.
The ideal SCRoG strain needs to tick a few boxes. Firstly, it needs to grow to at least a medium height to allow for the formation of the screen. Secondly, it needs to be able to withstand the stress that comes along with training and finally, it needs to combine these two factors into a high-yielding, fast-flowering package before making its way onto our list. Here is more information about the general features of the best strains for SCRoG:
Flexibility – these strains grow with flexible branches to allow for training and manipulation of the canopy.
Sufficient flower stretch – another factor to consider is the amount of stretch during the first two weeks of flower can significantly affect the overall integrity of the canopy and therefore the effectiveness of the SCRoG method.
High-power lighting – to maximize efficiency use COB or quantum board grow lamps.
What Are The Best SCRoG Strains?
There is no single answer to this question but each and every member of this list offers a host of reasons to grow it. That coupled with the fact these are all ideal for SCRoG makes this a recipe for some serious cannabis cultivation.
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