Can I clone off a plant that is flowering?

Discussion in 'Absolute Beginners' started by DevilRed, Jul 3, 2003.

  1. Okay so I plan to grow me a "mamma" to keep around all winter long. So come next spring I can start off with a batch of all female clones.

    My question is; Im growing from seeds right now and won't be able to tell the females from the males until they begin to flower (outdoor plants).

    So come like......late Aug or Sept when the plants are already in the flower stage and I can tell for sure what ones are females......., will a clone grow? Or will it be all jacket up and just finish flowering and die?
     
  2. l,ve done it a few times.
     
  3. They take a little more TLC!

    *lol*

    They'll take a little longer to root as they have to use energy first to shift from flowering mode back to veg growth.
     
  4. just take some early from all of them and label them so you can tell which ones are which when they show sex.
     
  5. ah ha, good idea......you da man
     
  6. Outdoors they should show sex weeks before they begin flowering, just take them as soon as they show. Almost all my outdoor plants are showing sex allready. So far 6 out of 9 are female.
     

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