That clarifies my position.Those Stipules will never reach the top but I was wondering if the branches were too small to leave on the plant.Clearly I will will leave the branches on rather than cloning.
@JC Grow (forgot to drop the quote in to get your attention, and they don’t work on edits. Huh).
Very clonable, JC. Any slips over about three inches will do. Preferably from lower down as they’ll root quicker than tops. I try to wait til there’s a node or three in a new branch, even though they’ll be trimmed off.
I just started quadding one for a sponsored grow have a quick look she gave me six clones.
Happy new 420 year everybody.
I have a Mr. Magoo strain in the vault. It’s bred by Sequoia Seeds. Afgoo x Emerald Triangle. May use her for some breeding at some point. I’m glad you like the quadline. She hasn’t let me down yet. I may try a slightly modified version this round.
Don’t be. I know, it’s the opposite of doobie. It’s confusing.sorry!
Theyheyheehaw sound great!smell deeeelicious!
Like sweet and sour candy!
I reached in to remove a few fan leaves and it feels like i got citrusy hair spray up to my elbows!
Looking good! What strain is that?Don’t be. I know, it’s the opposite of doobie. It’s confusing.
Theyheyheehaw sound great!
This one is at just the right moment to start the quadline. I’m using the robust fan below each shoot to help to support the weight of the tie down without snapping anything.
I took the top and the two lowest pairs of shoots for clones, but ended up with six potentials because of this..
Happy gardening everybody
Ooh, sounds very interesting. Looking forward to following her progress.Thanks, SC! It’s the critical purple kush in the seedsman comparative grow I was lucky enough to join. There’s a link in my sig to it. There’s a CBD plant too which I’m pretty excited about.
Thank you so much Ase! I really appreciate it and wouldn’t be where I was if it wasn’t for you and your teachings!