Aug 1

Anyone ever try this ?



So, you probably have a few tricks up your sleeves when it comes to getting the most out of your marijuana plants, right?

But have you ever heard of the stem splitting trick?

This is a fascinating technique that helps your plants make bigger and badder buds that will blow your mind.

Essentially, stem splitting involves chopping a hole in the stem (make sure you know what you’re doing before just jumping in) and then allowing that hole to remain open, causing the plant to “freak out” and overproduce THC and trichomes (which is, obviously, a very good thing).

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How it works

Stem splitting is all about increasing the levels of THC in your marijuana plant.

When your plant undergoes a specific type of stress, it reacts accordingly. In this case, you are messing with the flow of nutrients and water as it tries to make its way up the stem. That causes your plant to produce extra trichomes and THC, which means better and denser buds.

If you’re not familiar with trichomes, you should know that they are essential. They are where the glorious cannabinoids (such as THC) are made. Therefore, the more trichomes, the better. 

Click here to get some visual aid of the trichomes.

How to do it

You will need the following items to successfully perform the stem splitting technique:

●     Knife (very sharp and sterilized) ●     Ties or rope (2) ●     Pencil, chopstick, or another similar object

It is simple in concept but tricky in practice, so it’s a good idea to practice on just one marijuana plant at a time (per grow season) until you are confident you’ve got the hang of it.

If done wrong, it can end up doing more harm than good. So, make sure you are willing to sacrifice one marijuana plant in the name of the greater good before jumping in!

Ready to get started? Go here to learn how to do the stem splitting technique.

Happy Growing,

Robert Bergman

P.S. Of course, you are going to need to start with healthy plants, if you want them to survive this technique. The best way to grow hardy plants is with high-quality seeds. Visit my store for yours!

P.P.S. Last week I wrote you about keeping your plants safe. I gave a few tips on how to keep your marijuana safe from thieves and the authorities. The good news is, more states are legalizing using marijuana. The bad news is, the map was outdated. So, sorry for the confusion. This is the map you need!   

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I have seen it done with outdoor on massive plants so it was hard to tell come result time. On a smaller scale with auto’s i was wondering if the results would be more noticeable ?

yes i have herd of this many times

I am curious about autos as well...everything Ive read they dont like to be messed with and this seems pretty invasive!

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