How to Successfully Defoliate Cannabis for Better Yields

When growing marijuana indoors, the goal is to get the most out of your space and light. However, certain strains grow thick foliage that literally keeps lower nodes in the dark, ensuring they don’t grow properly. Defoliation is a potential antidote as it can improve plant airflow and also boost light penetration to your plants.

One of the primary goals of virtually every plant training technique is to create a flat canopy directly beneath the grow lights. Defoliation is among the most advanced of these techniques. It is a somewhat controversial tactic, but proponents swear by the results. This article investigates the process of defoliation, offering tips and advice on how to get the best out of it.

What Is Defoliation?

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