Keeping your plants short can save you time and money growing, while increasing your yield quality exponentially. But unless you want to tie your plants’ branches to their growing pots, doing so can be a daunting task. That is, until you start using the Yield Lab 5’x15’ Soft Mesh Trellis Netting. With this netting, you’ll be able to cover your entire grow in one shot, and start producing bigger, better yields harvest after harvest.
Trellis netting is used to train plant on how to grow. Plants will naturally grow upward, which means it spends most of its energy in to stem and branch growth. When plants grow under natural conditions, there’s no telling how much of its energy is actually being used to grow leaves, and subsequently, grow buds and eventually fruit. When a plant is trained with trellis netting the plant will learn to grow outward. When a plant grows outward its leaves tend to get bigger, giving plants a better and wider canopy cover. Why would you want shorter plants with bigger leaves?
When your plants absorb more light, they’re able to grow better. A wide canopy of leaves over your grow means less light is used to grow bottom branches and their leaves, and more light is used to grow leaves and budding fruit. By limiting the height of your plants you can better control the amount of energy used for branches, and redirect it to top branches, leaves, and eventually your crop.
All you need are four points in your grow room to hang this net above your plants. Because the mesh is made of lightweight material you won’t have to worry about your branches and leaves been scratched or weighed down too much, to the point of breaking. But don’t worry, because though it may be light, this net is made to last so when your plants hit the net they’ll be well trained soon after.
If you’re tired of wasting money, nutrients, and light on plants that just seem to grow more branches than flowers, you’ll want to use the Yield Lab 5’x15’ Soft Mesh Trellis Netting over your grow to help your plants where they need to be come harvest time.