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TorturedSoul

Member of the Month: May 2009, Oct 2010, Sept 2017
It appears to me that it's like a number of branches exploded from one site and merged together.
They can certainly do that, I suppose. I've seen pictures of cannabis that was like the "arborists' art" things that people do to trees, stems growing together in geometric (etc.) designs. I even saw one that must have been tied into a (loose) knot as a seedling. You can merge multiple plants, too. And, of course, branches can root to the ground if they come into contact with it for any real length of time. That's one of the ways to slowly produce a clone that stays attached to the mother plant until it's all ready to go (and then the gardener cuts it loose). The other way being air layering, where a branch grows roots without having to be down on the ground.
 

Barney86

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They can certainly do that, I suppose. I've seen pictures of cannabis that was like the "arborists' art" things that people do to trees, stems growing together in geometric (etc.) designs. I even saw one that must have been tied into a (loose) knot as a seedling. You can merge multiple plants, too. And, of course, branches can root to the ground if they come into contact with it for any real length of time. That's one of the ways to slowly produce a clone that stays attached to the mother plant until it's all ready to go (and then the gardener cuts it loose). The other way being air layering, where a branch grows roots without having to be down on the ground.
Hang on a second here mate. Are you saying there's a way to have the clones ready to plant from the moment you chop them off?
Never heard of this mystical process but you've go my attention.
I think I'm imagining what your doing but could you elaborate that a bit for me please. Got any pics?
Id love to be able to do that!
 

TorturedSoul

Member of the Month: May 2009, Oct 2010, Sept 2017
could you elaborate that a bit for me please.
A web-search for:
Code:
air layering
...will bring up information, pictures, and videos.
 

Barney86

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Why do more people no know about this air layering? That looks like a pretty full proof way to clone? I'll give it a go with some root riots in 2 weeks time and see what happens. Love that you can do it to developed branches and make massive clones too. Honestly my mind is seriously blown as to how I've just went so long without ever knowing about that one.
Thank you Mr soul. Thank you very much indeed :)
 

TorturedSoul

Member of the Month: May 2009, Oct 2010, Sept 2017
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