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Old 06-07-2013, 09:47 AM #111
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well my first literary experience with cannabis for being grafted. Thanks for the link, read most of it and am impressed with your work. keep playin' internet botanist, you play the part well.....cheers!
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Very interested in making a 3 or 4 strain mother plant after reading this thread to free up a bit of space.

Anybody ever tried to graft one stem to another on the same plant as i think this would make good practice until i get the hang of grafting?
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No reason that wouldn't work. Best of luck and feel free to post your results!
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now that I think about it I have done some grafting myself. although I wouldn't degrade the term "graft" with what I did. I was growing a lemon kush headband plant in my last grow and I accidentally broke off a massive branch by accident while doing lst in my tent. the branch snapped almost perfectly right in the middle. I sliced off the frayed/broken parts with a fresh razor and duct taped it back together and it survived!!! I don't know if this counts though cause it was a branch from the identical genetic and it was more or less just bandaged back together. however it was completely separated! either way it did work and I was able to save the yield on that branch.
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