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...stem. I’m talking at the very bottom you have these long, elongated spurs called suckers and they really do not ever amount to much. Now in this sort of situation, what they do is they drain energy from the plant, and they drain the ability to perform properly, so we’re going to go through removing the suckers from the actual plants. In fact, I might be able to dig one out and pull it off with my bare hands, just to show you exactly what I’m on about, if I can find one, and now I get lost amongst the midst of this, ok here we go, now what that is, is a sucker.    [00:10:00]    It’s a long, elongated miniature plant if you will growing at the very base of  

the plant. Sometimes it even grows beneath the base of the plant, actually out of the rockwool and these things really have just become a taxation on the plant. As in, the elongation of the stem, I mean you are not going to get any yield of any significant value from this. So realistically it’s nature’s way of making sure that she diversifies and all the rest of it and if this top got eaten by a huge beast of some description like a deer in the outdoors, well outside in the countryside then these would then come into play, but fundamentally in this type of environment where that isn’t going to happen, we’re going to go through the entire crop...

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