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Techpuffin started grow question 3 years ago
How would grafting an indica auto on to a sativa photo plant affect the flowering process?

Would it slow down?
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Silky_smooth answered grow question 3 years ago
First of all if you do a graft and to make it succesfull you should take a freshly cut branch cut it at a 45 degree angle and search a branch on your plant that’s the same thinkness and cut it basicly the same as your branch that you want to graft now place them nicely on eachother making sure that the cuts fit perfectly and now first take Some teflon to make the wrap and then tape it up you Will have a allmost 90-95% succes rate every time
As far as grafting sativa’s and indica’s it does not matter at all they just finish on your plant at different rates
Majormolasses answered grow question 3 years ago
No
GreenHouseLab answered grow question 3 years ago
I've never done a graft before I've simply used medical tap and it works great. Actually in most cases the stems becomes a knuckle were the break was and it produces some of the biggest buds on the plant.
DILLIGAF answered grow question 3 years ago
@Techpuffin the only possibly negative thing that comes to mind is the different in flower finishing times between Indica and sativa strains However you can possibly harvest single buds as they mature. Great Idea I will follow for sure