experiences of cuttings/clones from autos.

Ragman

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Hi i just have a question..what experience
do you have of cuttings/clones,
from autoflowers.I tock a cutting, just when
i harwested some rqs royal creamatic, so i take
the lowest branches, those whit only a few
white straws on it, and put it in a pot
whith soil ,and now it is a few weeks later
its a small plant with big buds mabe 20gr..

its been telling me that taking clones from
autoflowers is impossible..
 

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Autos can not be cloned. Are you sure it was an auto?
 

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Autos can be cloned, its just a myth that its not..

the problem is that,
you cant breed a motherplant,it will-
grow old and die. but you can take clones
from a plant from seed in the right
stage of growth,
put the cuttings in soil
(no root stimulator needed)
just water...
And they will not have the same
lifecycle as the mother.they will grow
like a young plant and reach a smaller
hights but with bigger buds.
 
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You can clone autos, but as clones are the same biological age as the mother, clones from autos do not have time to fully mature, as autos only live x number of days. I for one would be interested in seeing this 20 oz clone from an auto.....
 

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20 grams =0.705479239 ounces
not much but,you can get 8 to 10 good cuttings
from a plant with stable genes..
 

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This cutting i tok from an auto i planted in
januari 3, 2015.eight weeks leater i harvest this auto.
and cut of the lowest branches and just stick it in
a pot of soil.thats it, and now 10 of april its still alive and
Healty,ready for harvest in a week...
i will post a pic of it...
 

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I'd love to see those, Ive tried out of boredom....to no avail
 
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Some autos are not actually autos. Even though they have been bred with ruderalis, sometimes, they simply do not auto, but actually require a photoperiod type light schedule. You may have one of those. If you are growing outdoors, you would never know.

How about some pictures of this wonder of nature?
 

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I've rooted autos clones twice now and they both looked like little buds that would have been much better if left on the mother plant.
 
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