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Clones taken in flower rooted not showing new growth

Discussion in 'Indoor Marijuana Growing' started by WeefNugginelli, Dec 1, 2017.

  1. I took clones let in flower, about 7 weeks, they rooted in about a week and then I transplanted them into solo cups.. the leaves look yellow from the nutrients being pulled to create the roots but they’ve been in solo cups for 2 weeks and no new growth is showing.. I fed them half the recommended dose for seedling/clone nutrients from Emerald Harvest once this week but other then that all I’ve been giving them is water.

    Should I give them the full recommended dose of nutrients? Or should I try giving them superthrive?[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]


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  2. just a general rule of thumb is not to take clones during flower... its a long and slow recovery. and they stay in flower which doesn't help much so you'll be stuck with a 3" plant. also if you are going to do it you do cut the tips of the leaves off.. but you don't cut all of the leaves off. I imagine the poor things are just dying for sum light.

    good luck!
     
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  3. I have a clone from flower right now for reference, I only took It because a branch broke off
     

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  4. Monstercrop city buddy. Wait til they take off! Theyll make up for lost time dont worry

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  5. A drop or 2 of superthrive in your water will speed things up. Mines exploding. Took a cutting w 3 large buds 6 weeks into flower. Took about 4 weeksto root and then started showing reveg leaves shortly after that. Reveg leaves blew up for about a week or 2 and then all of the sudden branches started shooting everywhere. I gave mine full light after the transplant and shes looking good. I worried a lot because it took a while but its looking like its worth it

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  6. its going to be 2-3 weeks before you see any new growth... it takes a long time
     
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  7. For clones taken in flower it takes a long time. 3-4 weeks the buds will start to stretch out and you’ll get some funky 1 and 3 leaf growth at first. Once they stretch you’ll start to see 5 leaf pattern come back. Let em go a while longer till you can clone the clone and you’ll be all set. 7-8 week process though so be patient. Here’s a pic of one that’s 5 weeks in.
    F5BE99A7-8975-40D2-A69C-91BD2237E323.png Just starting to get the 5 leaf pattern back.
     
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  8. They all started new growth lol looks super funky


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    This is my blueberry cutting it’s got the most new growth so far doesn’t even look like cannabis as of right now haha


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  10. Any particular reason you waited so long to cut clones? I've cut'em a week into flower without much trouble but never had the patience to wait it out by cutting them so late. I guess if you're attempting to save a strain you realized you really like then you do what you have to do to keep it going.
     
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  11. No particular reason I wouldn’t do it again unless I had to just wanted to save a couple to use as mothers and possibly to breed if I get a good male from the nyc chem or the calypso I just popped


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