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Old 07-04-2011, 10:00 PM #31
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This oughta be a fun one....

Canni....all your stuff is still in veg...yeah?

Weeze, your root donor is outdoors in flower...Si?


Yes!
Deep flower, almost done.

The potential body-donor is just entering puberty.
That's what I find exciting 'bout dis 'speriment
If the graft takes, I will be tickled blue.

So many interesting variables!

Then the real fun begins.
Auxins, floragens, mobile nutrients, acne, etc.
Let the battle begin!
Care to make book on which hormones will prevail?



The biggest temptation that I see is to put you way over count in the mother cabinet.

Quit the contrary!
Wanting variety is what tempts me to exceed my count now!

I see a brilliant future here.
4 rootballs with 4 grafted strains each, is 16 strains of mother plant.
But, will only count as 4 plants!

I only plan on perhaps, six "keeper" strains because I'm not that good a juggler, and some grafts will fail, and bad shit will happen.
That leaves a little room for trying new crosses too.

Shucks sonny-boy, us gypsy farmers expects a little trouble, Yah?
All kine adventures in the offing here.


Good work Canni....it'll be fun to follow along.

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I am so loven this as medical mothers. In a state where numbers are the game? This is how to play IMHO
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You have inspired me also. A great way to preserve genetics.
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Old 07-05-2011, 12:48 AM #34
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Thanks everyone for the compliments, bear in mind I'm not the first to try this stuff, and in all reality I'm just a schmuck with a green thumb and some dumb luck who's hacking away at this growing my own stuff as best as I can.

It's been brought to my attention that perhaps the Grow Logs aren't the best location for this thread, However it's intended to track my first flowering experiment from late in vege to completion of flower in about 8 more weeks.

That being said, I've got no new pics since the F'n camera's batteries are dead.



Pics will have to wait until tomorrow more than likely, Everyone have a safe and fun 4th!!!!
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Old 07-08-2011, 04:04 AM #35
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Found the stock of batteries,.... put "fresh" batteries in the camera,..... it wouldn't even turn on!!!! I could view the card, (better than the other batteries) but nothing else.


Suffice to say things are looking good, plant is pretty much done with stretch, and I'm pretty much done with training her to the screen. From where she's at I'm gonna just let the cola's go UP!
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I had a thread on this a long time ago, and I think at least 1 guy met with success.
Key is to attach the two plants together while they are still attached to their own roots.
After they graft, the grafts can be separated from their roots.
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I had a thread on this a long time ago, and I think at least 1 guy met with success.
Key is to attach the two plants together while they are still attached to their own roots.
After they graft, the grafts can be separated from their roots.
This is one more way to make 2 strains on one root mass,but it's different and safer,because transpiration would not be an issue in this case
It's a pretty common technique used for other kind of plants btw,never seen on a ganja plant.

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This is one more way to make 2 strains on one root mass,but it's different and safer,because transpiration would not be an issue in this case
It's a pretty common technique used for other kind of plants btw,never seen on a ganja plant.

for people who don't under stand this, one of the grafts can be separated from their own roots, but not both. this technique is easier when you grow strains very close together in say a tub or bin or and you slice a flat portion of the sidewall off the side of the stem either at the bottom or midway up both plants and push together the 2 stems together, wrap in grafting tape of a twistie tie AFTER you put clonex gel between the 2 sealing out any air and protecting it from infection. you can then go onto grafting another plant in the tub or bin after the first one heals. cutting the graftee away from its roots. after all desirable grafts have been made, you can pull the main plant from the tub and cut away a portion of its roots and replant so you dont have one giant tub of dead roots with one live plant competing for space. Grafting is one of the best things for personal stash growers. you can effectively have one or a couple plants with tens or even hundreds of different strains on one plant, without going over plant limits. just get the brass plant tags with the wire you can stencile the strain name onto and twist around the grafted branch so you have a permanent non rusting tag. You can obtain these on amazon, along with the grafting tape.
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