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Hydro_sweetness started grow question 4 years ago
Sooo now what!? Im not sure what to do, i could switch the mothers in the clone "room" and keep them alive, put the clones to flower next week and see what is going to happen. Or try to keep the clones alive and flower the "mothers"? What should you guys do in this situation?
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DILLIGAF answered grow question 3 years ago
@Hydro_sweetness So please tell us what you ended up doing with the clone mothers , Did you flower them again or keep them in Veg
Experimentgreen answered grow question 4 years ago
If you have very healthy mothers I'd keep them as they are...if they were the from seed batch then they have the taproot while the clones only have the branching fibrous roots. Id say bulk up the clones to around 5-6 weeks and then flip them to a 12/12. What do you have 7 clones? Id aim for a SoG with them and just continue a perpetual harvest off the mothers. Happy growing :v:
CRiSPrGrow answered grow question 4 years ago
Hey there HydroS ! Looks like you have the space for it so what i would do is a "symbiotic rotation". Symbiotic rotation is essentially the practice of having all stages of your plants ready exactly when you need them. On the day of harvest, vegetative plants must be ready to install in the flowering room, and your clones must be ready to be moved to the vegetative room. After cleanup and decontamination, the clone room should be ready for more clones, taken from the plants in the flowering room. Empty space is a waste of time and money. Just what i'm planning on doing once i have the space to myself ! hope this helps my friend ! :rocket:
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
It really depends on what you want to do. If I could I would keep a few mother plants and flower clones with little to no veg time, I would use a SOG style grow, since it is the most efficient and fastest way to grow and flower.