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Kindbud

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Alright I have decided to clone my plant this year
when it matures and shows its sex hopeful a female!
I just need a little help on this subject of cloning my
plant Stoney has helped me a little thanks dude but
I need more opinons! Alright my first question is if I
clone my plant and put it outside It will mature fast
enough to flower and bud right? My second question
is I can put them in a container and put plexy glass
over the top and put them outside? The Hi is in the
80's and the lows are in the 60's would the temp be
ok and and how long should I wait till I plant them in
the ground ? My next question is what all do I need
in yalls opinon whats the best and wear can I get it
al Thanks Alot PEACE EVERY ONE ;)
 

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KB..do a search on "air layering". I've found it to be the easiest, most successfull method for OD cloneing. In order to take cuts and root them, you really need better 'environmental control' than outdoor allows for.
 

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It is possable tho to grow clones outside right and what
do you think the best method? Their is alot on that page and
I like think the I will go with the tip layering or the air layering
has any one done these? Which is the best for for outdoors? I
am starting to think that its not even worth trying to do this?
Should I cuz i have heard that each clone only gives around
10 grams right so do you think I should just leave it alone and
not clone it? Thanks Hick for helping me out! Peace every one
 

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whoever told you that clones don't produce OD, sold you a wolfe ticket. Clones are the way to go, IMHO. They produce just as much as a seed grown plant, if given the proper conditions and time. "10 grams"...**
I noticed that site said it may take 2 months to produce roots, too. That may be true on some "hard to root plants", but not so with mj. Roots usually form on an airlayering within 2-4 weeks, in my experience. Get them early and give them a month or so to veg. See what happens.
 

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