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My first clone grow

fasts102376

On Vacation
hello guys and gals:27:
i'm going to try another journal with some northern lights clones. so bare with me i'm not a good speller.. lol

setup
my room is 6'8 x 6'8 x 6'3 tall with mylar. i'm useing 3g mop buckets with MG organic soil(i know mg aint that good of soil) with added perlite (sp) nute's i'll be useing fox farm grow,tiger,bloom,seasme cha-ching and beasty bloom..

i'm using 1000w hps, but right now i'm useing flors for vegging.


i'm going to try my best to give updates once a week inless i run into some problems lol... setback and cross ur fingers and hopefully i'll have a good harvest:smokin:bong:

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here's some pics of my ladys i thing there 3 week since i cut them..

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Smokin Moose

Fallen Cannabis Warrior
High nitrogen levels cause the lite green colour in the leaf axial area. I would get them into bigger pots, without adding extra ferts, except for a foliar feed with sea tea. This will act as a tonic, help transplant shock, and stimulate root growth. With the big lamp, you want your roots to access nutrients quickly. Mine looked a bit like yours in my current grow, but the stage passed in 5 days after repotting, then took off. Good luck. I'll check back in a see how you are doing. +10 reps for luck!
 

Smokin Moose

Fallen Cannabis Warrior
Sorry, I just double checked. The images tricked me as they look small, but they are actually the 3g pots I see, right. Sorry if I goofed with the image.
 

fasts102376

On Vacation
smoke i just transplanted into the pot u see now last week.. do you suggest i put them in the 3g buckets now?
thanks
 

Smokin Moose

Fallen Cannabis Warrior
Yes, because you are under a 1000W lamp, you want the roots finding nutrition asap. You will be amazed at the growth spurt after about the third or fourth day after repotting.
 

whatthehellp7

New Member
I notice that alot of growers clip the fan leaves on clones but i see you havn't ~~any reason ??

Looks like some lovely ladies ~~~will be following ~~Peace
 

whatthehellp7

New Member
I'm no expert ~~but i have seen it done that way ~~yours look like there doing fine ~~~ heres 1 of the videos i saw on this site earlier this year ~~~ How to Clone Marijuana - Cloning Marijuana ``you can find it on youtube~~~peace
 

Smokin Moose

Fallen Cannabis Warrior
If they have started rooting, do not cut them. The reason why some growers cut leaf is to reduce surface area for transpiration when clones are first taken.
 

Racefan

Well-Known Member
If they have started rooting, do not cut them. The reason why some growers cut leaf is to reduce surface area for transpiration when clones are first taken.

Exactly! Moose has it 100% correct. DO NOT DO IT RIGHT NOW fasts102376. You will slow growth and stress them to possibly stop rooting. Then they will dampen off and die.

Another option for some instead of cutting the clone leaves is to use a "stop wilt" type product.
 

420 Girl

Well-Known Member
How did this grow turn out?
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I am moving this to abandoned journals until we get updates.

Thanks and hope all is well in your world!

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