Project III

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  1. TomSawyer2112

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    Started the Delicious Eleven Roses and a Barney’s Critical Kush in the tent this morning. I was going to do 2 Eleven Roses but I only had one seed. Oh well. I guess we will just have to see how the 11Roses does.
     
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  2. Weezard

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    As soon as it starts branching, take a few cuts.
    You should be able to take cuts from those cutting as well.
    Then you can have many 11 roses clones.

    And, if you torture one into going hermie, and cross it to a healthy female, you will have hundreds, to thousands of potential feminized 11 roses plants, yah?
     
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  3. TomSawyer2112

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    I need to start learning to Clone but I really don’t have room for this activity yet. I may be selling this place in a year or two and my next ranch will have to meet some specific needs. One is that it will have one spare room set aside for growing. Meanwhile, I’ve got to stay small and low profile.
     
  4. TomSawyer2112

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    Well. They both poked their sweet little heads out of the soil last night! So.
    Here we go again....!
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  5. Wagonweed

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    It's easy and simple to clone. A glass cup/jar, light and some water. Low tech method. Fill cup. Toss some cuttings in, give 18-24hrs low light. I just put mine off to the side in the veg tent, or have it sit by a lamp, change water every few days or so and wait around 14 days. Takes up only a little space too.
    Try it out sometime, you'll be surprised how easy it is.
    As with all things you can go much deeper into cloning but this is the basic sure fire way to do it.
     
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  6. TomSawyer2112

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    Up-Potted today. They look lovely. FAT ASS leaves. 8E9E0110-7DFA-4B03-A207-2306490EDA58.jpeg
     
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  7. TomSawyer2112

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    Fat bottomed Girls you make the Rockin’ World go round!
    (End of week 3)
    Top is Barney’s Critical Kush
    Bottom is Delicious Eleven Roses
     
  8. TomSawyer2112

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    Ain’t they pretty? About 10” tall now. Up-pot to five gallon canvas pots happens this weekend.
     
  9. TomSawyer2112

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    Critical Kush is kinda fat and happy. Not trying to reach new heights just slow and steady. Had to thin the lower canopy a bit on both girls. They have been very cooperative during the up-pot and showed no real signs of stress. I’m using tomato cages for this grow to see if I can stretch them out a bit to get more light. I decided on 7 gallon pots instead of 5 gallon for this grow.

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    Eleven Roses is looking good. She’s stretching on up. She seems to want to reach for a higher altitude. She’s about 7 inches taller than Critical Kush.
    We are in week six of veg.
     
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  10. TomSawyer2112

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    Flipped to flower today. It’s week eight and they are ready.
     
  11. TomSawyer2112

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    11 = Eleven Roses
    CK = Critical Kush.
     

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