Twisted sisters. Enlightened by cubes

Pretty sure I asked before but was stoned, next morning remembered nothing. Thank you so much. :joy::seedling:

1 question what is wrapped around the clone you’re holding?

Yes you did :joy: but we all have those stoner moments, no problem.

The clones aren’t wrapped, I planted them in Peat pellets to assist with growing roots, they retain awesome moisture and give the roots a good headstart.

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@Amazon66,

These are peat pellets, pic and root porn, courtesy of @Haildamaged (hope you don’t mind the use of pic)

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So, I could just harvest an aloe leaf, squeeze a little goo out and use it for cloning?

@QueenCityB, Yes indeed, works very well. I am doing a comparison clone between Aloe and Clonex. 2 on the left are Clonex, 2 on right are Aloe. Growth in aloe is clearly better, so far. The burn in top right clone is either rich mix or curious root, but green growth underneath looks promising. Aloe have Supersoil in bottom 1/2. Clonex just have fertilised organic potting mix with a pinch of S.S in bottom
(couldn’t be completely mean)

I don’t know how to copy it to your thread, but I know how to share it on mine,
@QueenCityB, @Amazon66 and anyone else who hasn’t read it yet, enjoy, courtesy of Mr Crabs. :crab:

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@Enlightened420, I’ll be reading that. Thanks.

Aloe is such an easy plant.

That’s definitely how I’ll do it next.

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That guys method was great in that link.
Because you can propogate aloe from just a single leaf stuck in the correct soil, I think that I’m gonna be propagating both aloe and cannabis on the same day, from now on.
Sweet.

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I’ve already got a monster pot picked out and will get another cutting from neighbour next door, to grow my own supply. What an amazing plant, I love aloe almost as much as I love weed… No that’s an exaggeration,
I LOVE weed a lot :grin:

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I’ll be trying it in a few weeks. I’ll tag you.

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Cool, thanks.

Update, I’m late very busy week.
RH 60 - 70%
Clones 70 - 80%
Temp 26 - 29°C, I have tried to hold the temp range, so the entire room feels like a greenhouse, quite a successful week, growth has been hard to contain under 24" from light.
Further training required.

GL - week 8 from sprout (technically, I don’t know when she started veg, mmm week 3 and Choc was week 2. If I had to declare a date).

Before:


After:


Choc - Week 6 from sprout :arrow_up:

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Clones have been educational. 3 were growing weird, then when I investigated why, the roots were being exposed to light (I had assumed the roots would grow down, they didn’t, they grew straight out horizontal) the one on bottom left is showing possible signs of a deficiency already, (growth has been accellerated, doesn’t fit in the humidity dome anymore.
Aloe 2 bottom.

Keep it green :v:

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The plants are looking great. That’s some good training you got going on. It’s amazing how quickly they rebound after being abused.

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Your LST looks great. :+1:

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Thanks guys, I need to hurry my a$$ up and finish renovations (working too much :no_mouth:) The Sisters need room to grow, it’s getting very cramped in the cube cupboard.

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Ain’t that always the case? I know it is with me :+1: :tumbler_glass: :v:

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Viscious cycle bro, need money to live, got no time for the good things in life. I hate being stuck in ‘The system’ but realistically it will be a long while, before we can become self sustainable (which is the ultimate goal)

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Gotcha brother, I am hoping to some day get completely off the grid :+1: :tumbler_glass: :v:

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Big 10-4 here @repins12 would love to be off-grid.
Once I get my land, first step is creating a humble harmonious dwelling, with off-grid solar and tank water. Then make my own living garden for food and weed. Oh man, that thought brings a smile to my face.
Have a great day bro :v:

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One of these days very soon, I will be living in the middle of nowhere and daring anyone to pull up my driveway unless invited

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