fork. “High Stress Training. A method of training the plant by breaking and bending the branches. This is obviously very stressful for the plant and requires that it is given a long period to rest and recover afterwards. This should therefore only be done during the vegetative phase of the plant. Examples of HTS are techniques such as Super Cropping and Main-lining. The advantages include lower, more compact plants and very thick, hardy branches.
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