Blueberry 420 mainlined. Beginner grower


#123

:+1:t3: I’m glad this is helping out my fellow growers :heart_eyes:
It always work! When in doubt toss it out - hermi
I’ve used this since it was in High Times years ago.


#124

@ExpertNoob have you started anything new yet?


#125

I re-started my blueberry! When I had this male growing, I was also trying a “flower from seed” and that one ended up being a female so I took a clone from it and regressed it back to the vegetative phase. It’s still rooting right now and I’ll plant it in about a week and post it up here!


#126

Hey guys! Crazy story but I’m still working this same clone I told you all about after the first plant was a male. Due to unforeseen circumstances I had to “re-start” the plant several times chopping all growth down to one node and recently repotted her. For a while she wasn’t growing, and for a while when testing a new soil I had so many fruit flies I couldn’t stand it and repotted her again. After repotting her I went to top her one last time again and accidentally (while stoned of course) cut off all but one node at the very bottom of my tree :woman_facepalming: Lol she’s been through a lot but still hanging in there. I also had a beautiful bag of purp I found a seed in a few days ago and popped it in the same pot. So here we are now. I have just topped the blueberry down to 2 nodes, purples just poking her sprout out. Still using ocean Forrest soil & nutes every 2 days.


#127

Wild. Are you gonna scoop that seedling out of that pot while she’s still little? It’s pretty wild that your clone is still chugging along. The force is strong with her.


#128

I couldn’t believe I accidentally chopped all the growth off! I thought it was dead and left it under the lamps for a week just to see if anything happened and luckily I didn’t destroy one node enough haha. I was just going to leave the othe sprout in the same pot and let them grow together unless that’s a bad idea? Here’s an update this morning


#129

Well, I’m just a regular Noob. You’re the expert :wink:. But I’d think that with all the roots from that first plant in there, there wouldn’t really be enough room for a second plant to mature properly in that same pot. I think she’s be healthier in her own space. It’s not a huge deal right now, of course, but it’s also a lot easier to transplant a seedling than a vegging plant… especially if their roots get all intertwined. It’s your call, of course, and they are weeds. Good luck!


#130

I didn’t even think about that, makes a lot of sense though that one already has such a large root mass I went up from a 3gal pot to I think either 5 or 7. Do you think it’s too soon to move it without stressing it out?


#131

Sorry for not replying sooner. I got all wrapped up in the elections, and work. If you haven’t already, I’d go ahead and transplant that little girl. I hope all’s going well with the two of them. :slightly_smiling_face: