come on over to the island man iss is a pretty one looking good in there nice work!
those look good there encrusted with frosty goodness looks like you got a few seeds were those intentional nice buds!
That’s some SSSDH for ya sticky....can see seeds sticking out lol, however it was far enough along that the smoke turned out great still
Well all depends on your clone technique.Which brings me to a question regarding clones & generations....?
How many generations deep can you clone before the plant really starts changing?
Good to see ya bud! Amazing info on the clones, thank you I don’t really have a developed “method” yet, not something I truly have the space for yet to be that dedicated....I cut em, shave them down a bit, swirl them in RO water with a little kelp flour(figure kelp has tons of growth hormones so can’t hurt) and plop them in Pete pellets inside a dome, wait and hope lol....100% success on some strains, others have proven more difficult lolCongrats on your harvests. That Sugar Mill looks pretty good. Gonna be nuggets.
Sticky af - yum yum.
It's weird - all my friends want those hard nugs. The plants are usually always smaller and lower yields too.
I have no idea what makes people think hard nugs are better than the colas that we cut apart and have more spacing in the flower?
I think the looser buds have more flavor. Thats prolly just me. lol.
How's your living soil going? You adding anything during your flower cycles?
edit: I see you're looking at sul-po-mag. Meh you can try it. I feed that shit to my vermi-bin. Go easy and see if it helps. That's a lot of Mg. I'd try Epsom Salts first and go easy with that too.
Mg toxicity looks very similar to Ca lock out. End up in a tail chase and stressing.
If you think you're getting Ca lockout. Try foiler some micronized Ca. You should see the leaves do something different after a few days.
Likely not too much Ca after a year. Some plants just grow different. We cant turn a sows ear into a race horse. Could just be genetics. I have plants that grow all different ways in the exact same soil. I keep the keepers, the plants I like and move on from the rest.
Well all depends on your clone technique.
The science says indefinitely - you are copying the dna.
There's no way it can change UNLESS you introduce a pathogen (virus) during the cloning process before the plant grows roots.
Coots has "The One" he's been cloning over 20 years now prolly closer to 30 maybe longer.
After you take cuts - and start soaking the roots in water or however you're trying to get roots. Thats when the pathogens can take hold.
I clean all my equipment - wipe down with iso after cleaning. Rinse the cuts in clean water too. Pathogens are likely already on the stems.
I'm not a pro at cloning by any means. You should be able to research how the professional horticulturalists do it. That's how we get all those pretty annuals at the local nursery. They are clones.
Pro Tip - the money in cloning is in Perennials. Compare the prices.
Of course cannabis is likely going to change all that for a little while anyway.
Get it while the getting is good as they say. eh?
Killing it G! Good job buddy.