elokuu 06, 2021, 06:27:16 ap

Uutiset:

Tervehdys, kaksi samaan aikaan sattunutta teknistä muutosta / ongelmaa summa aiheutti vajaan viikon katkon foorumille. Nyt palvelinohjelmisto on jouduttu päivittämään uuteen ja sekä ulkoasu että toiminnallisuus on muuttunut. Toivotttavasti ei ainakaan kovin paljoa huonompaan suuntaan. Odottamattomia ongelmiakin saattaa ilmaantua.


Stem thickness

Aloittaja voodoolord, syyskuu 01, 2011, 22:03:16 ip

« edellinen - seuraava »

voodoolord

I was wondering if the stem or trunk will continue to thicken if I cut it down a thin one and put it in a small pot or if I need to grow it tall then cut it to get the thickness. Thanks.

Fatalii

Lainaus käyttäjältä: voodoolord - syyskuu 01, 2011, 22:03:16 ip
I was wondering if the stem or trunk will continue to thicken if I cut it down a thin one and put it in a small pot or if I need to grow it tall then cut it to get the thickness. Thanks.


It's always better to grow the plant as huge as possible first. This way you can get much thicker stem so much faster.
It will continue to thicken, but instead of months it will take years and years.
The best chile pepper seeds available here:
http://fataliiseeds.net

Join Fatalii FACEBOOK with over 75 000 chileheads all around the world!
http://fatalii.net/fb

Check the latest chile articles and pictures here:
http://fatalii.net/
Being updated all year around

Rami

When you say growing as huge as possible, i have limited height of the plant to ~1m high, preferably less, if i keep cutting the ones that go above that and let it grow as big sideways as possible would that too make the stem thicker in the way growing horizontally would?

voodoolord

Lainaus käyttäjältä: Ramihu - syyskuu 02, 2011, 14:51:53 ip
When you say growing as huge as possible, i have limited height of the plant to ~1m high, preferably less, if i keep cutting the ones that go above that and let it grow as big sideways as possible would that too make the stem thicker in the way growing horizontally would?
Thats a good question

wizzard

side branches contributes to stem thickness too, especially the very first ones. Bonsaist's call them sacrificial branches :)