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    Cuttings from 10 day into flower

    Hello good people.
    I read the blog at royalqueenseeds that you could take cuttings from the plants 10 days into flower to get more bushy plants and more nugs.

    I tried it and the plants are dark green and they are growing EXTREMELY slow.

    I have tried to not overwater them, so I don't think that is the thing causing the dark green leaves and slow growing. They are about 3-5 cm and it has been 4.5 weeks. Is this something to be worried about, or is it something I can do to get them growing?

    Thanks for any replies

    Weedar

    #2
    Some more information.
    I am using seedsoil(soil for young plants), 1/4 compost, vermiculite and perlite.
    I have sometimes added a very small amount of easy grow to the water which always has a ph of 6-6,2. It is under a 600 MH lamp with 22-28 degrees celcius and 55% humidity.
    It is green gelato.

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      #3
      Are you talking about the cuttings growing slowly and having dark green leaves, or are you talking about the plant you have taken the cuttings from. ?
      Did the cuttings make roots ?

      Dark green leaves can mean too much Nitrogen.


      You can take cuttings from flowering plants, 10 days in or more, they are likely to root more slowly .
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        #4
        [quote=VerdantGreen;9014692]Are you talking about the cuttings growing slowly and having dark green leaves, or are you talking about the plant you have taken the cuttings from. ?
        Did the cuttings make roots ?

        Dark green leaves can mean too much Nitrogen.

        /quote]


        I am taking about the cuttings. They have rooted but now they are not growing. I am considering giving them a little flush. I would think cuttings from 12/12 cycle would be high in phospor and potassium, not nitrogen.

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          #5
          Very interested to hear an update on this

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            #6
            sounds alot like "monster cropping" where you reveg a flowering plant and get a ton of branches shooting out of the bud sites.

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