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Re: taking cuttings the faultless way !!! a bit of piss.

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How long did it take for the roots to start showing @GMO ???
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How long did it take for the roots to start showing @GMO ???
I think it was about 8 days this time
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DIY.Rik wrote:I've got some going using the bad method. Let's just hope they root. I'll post a pic on her once they're done. Good or bad lol.
I see no reason why they wont rik Bach,here's mine now a few days in and i know that all 6 will root/ survive as by now any failures would have wilted see misted once a day
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great googly moogly!
Well they're under the T5 happy enough, with another auto seedling. No wilting although I'm using the zip lock bags so you said not to touch them for 3 weeks?

Nice to see a different method. I seen those planters in aldi or lidl somewhere, I wish I grabbed myself one now.
Aye rik had mine from pound stretchers last misting thus morning now its time they make roots i just keep the prop humid now spraying the lid and floor healthy batch seeImage

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Well my cutting are coming up to around 2 weeks old and they still haven't shown any roots. One has started to go mouldy :lol: Others are yellowing off and dying.

I think I best get some seeds popped and try and another time.

Cutting's were shit and it was late in flower and I didn't know where to cut.

Oh well. I will try try again.
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Well my cutting are coming up to around 2 weeks old and they still haven't shown any roots. One has started to go mouldy :lol: Others are yellowing off and dying.

I think I best get some seeds popped and try and another time.

Cutting's were shit and it was late in flower and I didn't know where to cut.

Oh well. I will try try again.
Deffo don't give up mate. My Jiffy plugs got ruined in the flood so I filled tiny yogurt pots with Coco and did 4 cuttings. It was only after I'd sealed the bags and tidied up I realised I hadn't dipped them in anything to help them root or cut the outer layer away. Took 2 weeks but out of the 4, 1 flat out died, 2 didn't have any roots showing out the side where I'd cut holes so I took it apart to find the tinyest roots starting to grow, and the last one... We'll see for yourself...

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The last one is my new mum maybe. Might just grow her out though. Haven't decided yet
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DIY.Rik wrote:Well my cutting are coming up to around 2 weeks old and they still haven't shown any roots. One has started to go mouldy Others are yellowing off and dying.

I think I best get some seeds popped and try and another time.

Cutting's were shit and it was late in flower and I didn't know where to cut.

Oh well. I will try try again.
Well rik don't give up ewe will crack the process im assure maybe get to pound stretchers and get a prop heres the thors hammers all 6 have roots and are healthy but I'm slinging a few as I'm gonna root a few others mixed flavours are nice see ImageImageImageImage

great googly moogly!

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That prop looks handy as fuck! Could do with one of those myself I reckon. No poundlands out here though :(
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Those cuttings look lovely and green capt how often did you spray them, when I've used a spray the leaves end up looking terrible before they root out and start feeding. Ps I've rooted a couple of cuts using the bags it worked great
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Captain Beefheart wrote:
Fri Apr 02, 2021 8:45 pm
DIY.Rik wrote:Well my cutting are coming up to around 2 weeks old and they still haven't shown any roots. One has started to go mouldy Others are yellowing off and dying.

I think I best get some seeds popped and try and another time.

Cutting's were shit and it was late in flower and I didn't know where to cut.

Oh well. I will try try again.
Well rik don't give up ewe will crack the process im assure maybe get to pound stretchers and get a prop heres the thors hammers all 6 have roots and are healthy but I'm slinging a few as I'm gonna root a few others mixed flavours are nice see ImageImageImageImage

great googly moogly!
I think I did them far too early. Too busy and by evening comes I've been too lazy and tired. I have some more beans cracked in some water over 24 hours in the soil already so we'll soo if they shoot.

I actually checked each one before binning. One had one root showing, so could have used it but some of the leaves were all mouldy so it would have been a nightmare.

Could be old big zip locks at back of cupboard picked up some spores over the years.

Yeah maybe I'll try a different method. For now, I have my heart set on a Dutch Passion Euforia. I did the Auto and it was and AMAZING smoke. Suited myself perfectly, especially for anxiety. Lovely jubbly. Thanks Bach. Wilko here I come.
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Those cuttings look lovely and green capt how often did you spray them, when I've used a spray the leaves end up looking terrible before they root out and start feeding. Ps I've rooted a couple of cuts using the bags it worked great
first off theire in coco jiffy`s which i presoak with a mild feed cf 1 ph`d at 6 ish...so this will help as soon as they make a root they got summit to chew on see,i mist them the day they go in heavilly then i wait until the leafs are almost dryish just a few droplets of water on them usually about every 2 days....dont forget to keep the jiffys wet tho they can dry out a tad after say 4 / 5 days then i use a srynge to wet them with a little solution cf1 ph 6ish just to keep them wet see,after say 6 days stop misting + anything thats pert will make it anything floppy bin it :oik!:
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Captain Beefheart wrote:
Fri Apr 02, 2021 8:45 pm
DIY.Rik wrote:Well my cutting are coming up to around 2 weeks old and they still haven't shown any roots. One has started to go mouldy Others are yellowing off and dying.

I think I best get some seeds popped and try and another time.

Cutting's were shit and it was late in flower and I didn't know where to cut.

Oh well. I will try try again.

I think I did them far too early. Too busy and by evening comes I've been too lazy and tired. I have some more beans cracked in some water over 24 hours in the soil already so we'll soo if they shoot.

I actually checked each one before binning. One had one root showing, so could have used it but some of the leaves were all mouldy so it would have been a nightmare.

Could be old big zip locks at back of cupboard picked up some spores over the years.

Yeah maybe I'll try a different method. For now, I have my heart set on a Dutch Passion Euforia. I did the Auto and it was and AMAZING smoke. Suited myself perfectly, especially for anxiety. Lovely jubbly. Thanks Bach. Wilko here I come.
well rik i can jest tell ewe will crack it no problem,good luck :oik!:
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Heres my 6 thors today all 6 have roots so that makes it % Image

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That prop looks handy as fuck! Could do with one of those myself I reckon. No poundlands out here though :(
it works dai as ewe can see. :puff puff:
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Awesome! Deffo doing this the next time I take a cutting!
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