- Aug 12, 2021
Anyone know anything about a strain called “Charlottes Web”?
I use a several sites to search for strain information. Here is a link with some good information from one of them.Anyone know anything about a strain called “Charlottes Web”?
Uncle,My plant is a unknown strain is there a way to identify it visually?
Uncle, you can take clones from flowering females to preserve the genetic phenotype that you are trying to save. I’ve done this numerous times and have had flowering cuttings sent to me and cloned them. This is actually a technique called “monster cropping” where you take cuts off of an early flowering female and get them back growing into vegetative growth phase. The consolidation of all of the nodes in the early flowering bud forms really tight internodal growth and many new shoots and growth to sprout forth from those tightly condensed internodes forming a naturally bushy plant with many lateral branches. You might have to top your re-vegging plant if any of the vertical or main stems get too tall. The other technique your referring to about bringing your flowering plant inside during winter is another good way to preserve your plant or phenotype by forcing your flowering plant back into vegetative growth phase by simulating extended light cycles with your indoor lighting making sure your plant is receiving at least more than 12 hours of light. I would suggest an 18/6 light schedule of 18 hours of lights on and 6 hours of darkness to re-initiate the vegetative growth phase. Once you have some healthy strong branching and healthy vegetative growth, you can take a proper cutting or toss your re-vegged lady back into flowering phase again, but not that the production and harvest yield will be significantly less than the first initial flowering phase of this same plant.Worth a try figured I’d ask anyways. Can you clone something during or after flowering? Like if I kept the plant alive and brought it inside over the winter .