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Discussion in 'Advanced Growing Techniques' started by MicroGrower420, Aug 14, 2011.
Very nice guide, getting ready to set up my moms!
Cool man, Good luck
super cool guide. looks clean and like you said professional
Wow nice guide bro looks like you put some effort into it. Really pro u should get paid by grasscity lol maby a free piece
Great tutorial, Micro!
Thanks, took me a while to get it all organized and set up, but finally I have the base up.
Now I will update her progress as time goes on
I will defiantly reference this when I have my mother plant up and going. I'll + rep when I get on my computer and not on my phone. Check out my grow man it's been awhile! I'm 4 weeks into flowering
Very nice work there.
i've just been taking clones, then flowering the "mother", then taking clones from the previous clones, flowering, cloning, flowering, etc.
i'll have to try this. great way to keep small mother plants.
now, to decide which strain shall i experiment with first...
p.s. - i wanted to give you some more rep for all your hard work, but it won't let me at the moment..
Thanks! Been waiting on this since your elastic tutorial! Good job!
Killer write up and layout. Thanks for taking the time to do it.
+rep Awesome guide.
do you root prune your bonsai moms after they've been growing for a long time? I used to do some hobby bonsai tree growing and every six months to a year they would get a root prune and then replanted with a little fresh soil.
great guide bro! I love how easily plants' growth can be manipulated with a few precision snips
Awesome tut, loving the pics
Hiya Myles, Thanks for passing through.
I usually root prune to decelerate growth for saving space. Also to give them some brand new soil to push their roots up into. Really haven't found a cannabis plant that doesn't mind a little root pruning every now and then.
Usually every 3 months I prune.
Thanks to everyone for appreciating the little guide that I put a lot of effort into.
Love giving back to the city anytime I have a chance. So I will continue making short tips and tricks.
makes sense that MJ would want/need more often root prunes as its metabolism is much faster than a woody tree that has been bonsai'd
thank you for your time and you did a pretty dam good job with this
The city appreciates ya bein here
I will be updating her and my process month to month.