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Uncle_Al

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On veg table one three are still 9 plants in 16oz. Cups from the part one and part two germinations. Seven of those are feminized seeds two are northern lights and five are girl scout cookies. The remaining two are fruit bowl from the second germination 15097577303567417975264969237075.jpg 15097577569563026089309050593084.jpg 15097577789908177510728996195468.jpg
 

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No charcoal filter, I have a pair of ozone generators that I bought in a thrift store, for you British guys a second hand shop. I paid very little for them certainly under $10.00 us dollars for the pair. One of them is doing the job well. Both are fully operational and are nearly identical internally right down to the generator grids
 

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Today I chopped up a female dank mix, took six clones plus the original plant that was showing white hairs, I left 2 fan leaves and 2 growth tips on each clone. The plant was still in veg. On table 2. Now the base of the plant is back on table 1. I am getting better at cloning using a less is more theory. 1510519955034791972816034416124.jpg
 

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Veg table two seems to have become a man cave, meaning that all the plants on the table have preflowers of some kind, but 9 of them are still inconclusive. The shape of them however has me thinking males. Instead of a sleek teardrop shape with two white hairs they appear rounder with green horns- the devil's calyx 15105205479526683327864717425610.jpg
 

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I quite fell onto making a successful cut by accident and just repeat the mistake. My first successful clone happened after snapping the top off of a plant while training, I dropped it in a glass of plain water and forgot about it for three days. I then cut the stem at 45° and scraped the outer layer off 1/2" or about 12.5mm
Then I stuck it in dirt and watered it in. About a week later I had roots.
Now all I do is clip it and stick it in dirt then water it in, and be patient around a week or 10 day. Oh yeah I keep them in weak lighting, just outside of the fluorescent lights on either end.
The side leaves will will down while the roots form up but when they do the leaves perk back up.
 

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This morning I have been working on veg table two, I have culled all the languishing males from the table one spice, one fruit bowl and four dank mix. It's a shame because they were so much more robust. I also took two plants from veg table one both fruit bowl. There is a possibility of four of my clones being males taken from plants I have already dispatched. If I had been on the ball I would have tracked them better. But I have only this season attained any success at cloning. Enough excuse I have learned from the experience and will do better in the future. I have up potted two northern lights plants and a female clone (unknown genetics). Now they are on table two. Lowered table two's lights. Five girl scout cookies are the current largest plants on veg table one. They are bushing up nicely
 

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I quite fell onto making a successful cut by accident and just repeat the mistake. My first successful clone happened after snapping the top off of a plant while training, I dropped it in a glass of plain water and forgot about it for three days. I then cut the stem at 45° and scraped the outer layer off 1/2" or about 12.5mm
Then I stuck it in dirt and watered it in. About a week later I had roots.
Now all I do is clip it and stick it in dirt then water it in, and be patient around a week or 10 day. Oh yeah I keep them in weak lighting, just outside of the fluorescent lights on either end.
The side leaves will will down while the roots form up but when they do the leaves perk back up.
cheers Al
 
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