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Old 09-25-2017, 01:34 AM #41
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anyone have issues with mums starting to flower out? Is she just showing she's ready or is it best to let her into the flower room to do her thing?
No. Sounds like ruderalis?
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Old 09-25-2017, 01:55 AM #42
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Old 09-25-2017, 01:59 AM #43
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No. Sounds like ruderalis?
she's a bodhi more cowbell....
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There's a certain freedom to just growing from seed that I like. I'm not into it nearly as deep as some & my efforts are strictly non-commercial so I'm sure I look at it differently. It's nice to not have to mess with it at all sometimes. My whole method with blumats & organic soil is geared towards low maintenance, anyway. I harvested 6 weeks ago & I'll start up again next weekend. I'm always moving on, growing something different, anyway. I'll try Queen Mother this time & some of the wife's fave Rishi Kush just to keep her happy.... Maybe make some seeds with QM... maybe pass them on to outdoor growers I know...
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anyone have issues with mums starting to flower out? Is she just showing she's ready or is it best to let her into the flower room to do her thing?
Could be root bound.
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Saw it mentioned already. If you take cuttings off your flowering plants, youre probably not going to take a top. So you risk growing out an entire crop of larf clones.
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Rishi Kush?
From Mandala-

https://www.mandalaseeds.com/Catalogue/Rishi-Kush

Their description is accurate. It's a very smooth high.
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Saw it mentioned already. If you take cuttings off your flowering plants, youre probably not going to take a top. So you risk growing out an entire crop of larf clones.
A clone taken from the bottom can reveg and grow true to type

Some slower than others. But top or bottom genetic material is the same.
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Just an FYI,
mothers, clones & veg production can all be done in the same area, under the same light/s.

I'm kind of tired of keeping mothers through the winter just so I can grow the same cuts year after year after year after...

There's an awesome tutorial, somewhere here on IC, on how to keep a shit load of moms in a relatively tiny space... Like a 2ftx4ftx6ft tent or smaller... I'll see if I can find it.

You want Old Timer's Guide. OT1's Bonsai Mum Guide. 12 Mums under a two lamp, 4 foot shoplight. I do the same thing in hydro, only about double the size. Amazingly economical on resources while being capable of pumping out amazing numbers of cuttings.
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