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Prepare a batch by mixing one gallon of water with ¼ teaspoon of concentrate. Photo credit to @plantgame_bobross (Instagram) TRANSPLANTING INTO LARGER POT/GROW SPACE. First, dig a small hole in the media about the size of the 1-gallon pot. The top of the cube should be level with the media. If the rockwool cube is exposed too much, it will dry out easily.

If the media level is above the cube, it may come into contact with the stem. The stem of the clone should be as vertical as possible. Sometimes this means that the rockwool cube will need to be planted crooked. We find that having a vertical stem leads to superior growing results. Be sure that the bottom and sides of the cube are in good contact with the media. The rockwool cube should be planted so that just the very top of the cube is exposed. If the cube becomes exposed through watering, gently pack some soil back around it.

After several weeks, the clone will be well-rooted, and this will not be an issue. Thorough initial watering helps ensure there are no air pockets or dry spots in your media so that the cube comes into good contact with the water. HARDENING OFF YOUR CLONES – EASING INTO DIRECT LIGHT. Most clones are kept under 24 hours of light in nurseries, whether you are buying from a dispensary or direct from Dark Heart they are likely used to 24 hours of light, but most often the clones are kept under fluorescent or LED lighting and are not yet used to strong or powerful light/heat given off from the sun. Most clones are stored under 24 hours of artificial light in nurseries and dispensaries. When a clone is moved from 24 hours of artificial light directly into intense sunlight, it can experience shock. You need to introduce your clones to sunlight (after transplant) in a gradual, slow manner. Starting with partial shade and indirect sunlight will be beneficial for the first few days. The partial sun will get them invigorated to grow and the shade will ensure the heat is not so strong that they are overwhelmed and go into shock. For a step by step on how to ease your clones into direct sunlight, read our Hardening Off blog post. For the first week or two, be sure to check the moisture of the actual rockwool cube. In some cases, it is possible for the potting media to wick moisture away from the cube. In these cases, the potting media would be moist, but the cube may be too dry to support the plant. If this happens, pour about 1 cup of water onto the cube itself. Within two weeks the plant will develop a stronger root system, and this will not be an issue. For more information about the growing process check out our Cultivation Resources page. I apologize if I didnt properly induct myself by posting in the "noobie" section..but anyways.. I saw an interesting technique used by the green house seed guys on one of their "Arjan Haze" sativa strains where they took a clone and threw her under a 12/12 veg. If this is possible to achieve by say a home grower (which I assume makes up the majority of this forum) it could greatly reduce the time and height it takes for a sativa to harvest. My question(s) are: Is this realistic for a home grower? Also check out their Arjan Haze #3 for all you sativa lovers. It would have helped, had I known the correct thread starter! if you go towards the top right hand side of the screen there a search option, click it the click advanced and you can search for almost anything! A) Yes B) No C) It is standard practice - it's called SOG, Sea of Green. Let's clear up a few 'potential' misunderstandings here. Putting clones into flower as soon as they've rooted is standard practice for people who have access to clones - the majority do not - which is why this practice might be new to you and not widely practiced.

You can ONLY do this with clones - not plants from seed - most people grow from seed and not many have the resources to keep 'mother' plants where clones come from. You can do it from seed, but you won't get as good results from seed as you do from clones, principle reason being, clones are a lot more 'hardy' than new seed seedlings and most importantly of all, clones take on the 'genetic' age of the mother plant they're taken from, seed plants don't. Plants should be flowered when they reach sexual maturity, flowering seed plants before 6-8 weeks vegetative growth have passed means you're flowering them before they've reached sexual maturity. When you flower a clone, as I said, it takes on the age of the mother plant. So if the mother plant is 8 weeks old - so is the clone. So the clone is ALREADY at sexual maturity despite only being a couple of inches tall and READY To be put into flowering regardless of it's size. The most important reason of all is because the older a plant is, the more Cannabinoids it produces. A 12 week old plant will produce more Cannabinoids than an 8 week old plant, and an 8 week old clone will produce more Cannabinoids than a plant grown and flowered from seed. So, the bottom line is this - clones can be treated as sexually mature plants, and can be flowered almost as soon as the clones have rooted - with no loss of potency that you would get if you tried to flower a seed plant before it was sexually mature. This was Originally Published in the DATIA Focus Summer 2017 Issue.

Conduct a Google search on urine drug testing and temperature, and you will find a plethora of websites with hints on how to “fool the system.” I should know. When I conducted research about how temperature could affect the accuracy of a drug test, it was hard to find anything but suggestions on how to pass off clean urine.


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