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Unformatted text preview: Index: GrowFAQ : Can I put rooted clones directly into flowering? Added by: 10k Last edited by: 10k Viewed: 980 times Rated by 21 users: 9.00/10 Yes, you can do it, but they won't yield much unless they've at least formed an adequate root system before you flower them. First of all, the term "rooted clone" is pretty misleading in the context of the stories you read about doing sog grows. The term "rooted clone" to most people is exactly what it sounds like... a clone that has just formed its roots. The point about going straight into budding, usually is speaking about the fact that proper clones are already "dna age mature", thus ready to go to budding as soon as you wish. But reading between the lines, you're still going to need to veg the clone some to allow it to develop a more adequate root system. In the context of sog grows, the idea of going to bud as a small clone, is related to the idea of packing more plants per square foot, and sometimes (with the right strain) for the purpose of doing a single...
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2009 for the course BIO 328 taught by Professor Roux during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.
- Spring '08