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    #31
    thanks mcubed, something new to try. cant wait to see the buds

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    • mcubed476
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      No problem! I love this method for its ease of use and the higher yields. Feel free to post on here when you start!

    #32
    Here are my current girls. I snapped one of my sour diesel limbs early on, but she made a full recovery.



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      #33
      I find it absolutly amazing when the first pic turns into the second thanks Mcubed for getting me started ,I did 25 out of 31 of my woods girls ,to help keep them low and then to get a better yield from them sweet
      new grow room built summer of 2017 ,argo max tent for veging ,big kahuna reflector, 1000hps with added leds for the full spectrum . 15th indoor grow ,5 years outside gorilla grows(stealth is the key),veg under t5s growing autos under 300w leds
      current grow https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...-new-grow-room

      https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...-auto-vs-photo


      https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...-week-4-update

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      • mcubed476
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        Glad I could help OJH!

      #34
      QUAD LINING CLONES
      Has anyone tried the quad line method with clones?

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      • mcubed476
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        I'm sure they have, but I have only ever grown autos. Give it a try! I'm sure if you can top a clone, you can quadlije them. I have heard that clones aren't as symmetrical as the originals, but it would probably be fine.

      • Tersky
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        This method should work for clones once they have been established (roots have grown and plant is gaining new vegetation). Sometimes clones have longer stems but you can bury the stem up to the first set of leaves when you transplant. Like mcubed said, they might not be symetrical so it may be harder with some but it's definitely doable! Just takes practice!

      #35
      I am inspired.

      Going to germinate in the next week or so and I believe I need to try the quadlining. Photos not Autos.

      Thanks @mcubed476

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      • billyboy
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        100% what it is all about.

        I have some Super Silver and Grand Daddy Purple seeds in hand and they did around 3oz/plant last time. Hoping to up that this grow. Thanks!

      • s62
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        Man, I’ll be pumped to get 3oz per plant!

      • billyboy
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        The Super Silver and Grand Daddy Purple were impressive. All they wanted to do was grow and loved the defole. Smokes great as well.

      #36
      Here's my current girls, and the one I just took down.



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      • mcubed476
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        s62 is following my current grow lol. Thanks for the kind words spider mite!

        I believe the Kush auto was a seedsman freebie

      • s62
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        I’ve seen the six shooter! She looks healthy and big! Hoping mine does the same. Thanks for pulling me in on this, spidermite. It’s nice to see successful examples of what I’ve got.

      • mcubed476
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        Yeah, you were the one that told me it grows quite large. For some reason I thought it was a fast finishing, smaller plant.

        You were definitely right man lol

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ID:	344616 this is my last plant that I tied down to the ground ,and I thought you would appreciate the size of it
      new grow room built summer of 2017 ,argo max tent for veging ,big kahuna reflector, 1000hps with added leds for the full spectrum . 15th indoor grow ,5 years outside gorilla grows(stealth is the key),veg under t5s growing autos under 300w leds
      current grow https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...-new-grow-room

      https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...-auto-vs-photo


      https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...-week-4-update

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      • mcubed476
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        That's a mega stump ojh! Nice!

      #38
      My grow that just finished with all the girls in the previous post of mine.

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      if you look at the stems when all the bud is gone, you can tell that I didnt open these 2 up enough during training. As a result, they became the tallest plants I've grown, getting too close to the light.

      I would have trained them more, but I was on vacation and my house sitter was watching them at the crucial training time. I had started training before I left, and let them grow out the rest of the way without continuing the training.

      The more you know!
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      • Farmall
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        Carried away with defoliation ?

      • mcubed476
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        Indeed! 😂

      • JDU
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        Lmao Farmall
        Right? & I thought that I was scissor happy!!

      #39
      After reading that auto's should not be trained that harshly I have discovered that many, many people do this sort of thing. My tent does not allow for giants so this training makes a pile of sense to me. Just have to start em right and keep them healthy.
      Thanks for the post!
      Current grows:
      Photo: Exotic Seeds - Gypsy Widow. SeedStockers GG #4 & Wedding Cake.
      Auto: Mephisto - Double Grape x White Crack

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      • mcubed476
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        No problem man! If you've done your research on autos, you will definitely see that most people say to not train them like this.

        I wouldn't have tried it if I didnt see people doing this sort of thing on YouTube with great results lol.

      • Farmall
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        More disturbing is that someone will regurgitate things they may have heard or seen as fact yet, never tried to see if any of it has any base in fact. Yet, swear that you’re wrong...

      • mcubed476
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        I agree with that. I also think autos have come a long way from where they used to be. It might possibly be true that autos used to get stunted through acts of high stress training when they first came out. With where they are now though, they aren't much different than photo period plants. You can do just about anything to them that you can do to a photo period.

        I've even seen people use clones of autos and have successful grows. They have come a long way from the first ones!

      #40
      My current girls, day 44. I mentioned in a comment earlier in this post that I still have some plants that don't yield a ton. These 2 strains, Red Poison and Trainwreck, are some that I was referring to.

      Even quadlined, I can't seem to pull more than 2ish ounces off the Trainwreck. We will see how this one goes. The Red Poison has never been quadlined by me before, but I'm thinking it will be roughly the same result as the Trainwreck.

      A big factor in yield definitely comes down to genetics.

      Anyway, photoshoot.

      If you have any plants currently being quadlined, throw in a pic!


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      • JohnEmad
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        My current autos are 6 mains. kept 3rd, 4th, 5th node branches and it is going to be huge. It is in my Fabric vs Plastic thread.
        I have gone through all your grows and learned a ton as well as following Mr Furleys training. Many thanks.

      • mcubed476
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        Sounds like you have a sexline going then. Pretty kinky, huh? Lol.

        No problem man. You are a great grower yourself! I'm excited to take a look at yours! Feel free to post it on here when she's done too.

        Or now. Whenever lol

      • JohnEmad
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        lmao. the new training is for a sexline..

      #41
      Here are the finished products of the grow I just got done doing.

      As predicted, the Trainwreck and Red Poison yielded just shy of 3 oz each.


      I had a mutant Blue Cheese that ended up with 3 branches per node instead of the usual 2. This came out to be an awesome quadline (a sexline specifically lol) with a very cool birds eye view of the plant. She ended looking more like a snowflake, which was awesome. Ended up with 3g less than 5 oz.


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      She had a good structure for a quadline, but genetics are definitely a big factor when it comes to yield!
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      • billyboy
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        Another great grow!

      • JohnEmad
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        Nice growing mcubed476.
        Hey, I have a Gypsy Widow from Exotic Seeds with 3 branches per node too. Looking real healthy and bushy. It is a photoperiod so letting it get to about 16" before flipping.
        I will post it when it is a little further along.

      • mcubed476
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        Hell yeah John, feel free!

      #42
      Thanks for this @mcubed476, read through this thread and learned alot.
      Indoor grow. LED, Soil. Autos.

      Outdoor grow. Autos, fem's, bagseeds

      https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...944-grow-diary

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      • mcubed476
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        No problem! I like to update it every once in a while so people who have not seen it before will get the chance to if they are interested.

      • swegrow
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        mcubed476 Much appreciated! Got a bunch of plants out in the greenhouse just old enough so Im about to start practice the quadline.

      #43
      I don't know if I missed it in all this info, but what's the best staking/tie down material? I was gonna try this on some autos.
      If you get confused....listen to the music play

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      • mcubed476
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        I'm not sure what the best stuff is, but I use electrical wire. I believe its 14 gauge

      #44
      Hi mcubed476,
      Here is that triple branched plant. A photoperiod I will transplant into a 20 gallon soon. Hope she bushes out and is large. Almost wish I had a nice male to cross her with.
      Current grows:
      Photo: Exotic Seeds - Gypsy Widow. SeedStockers GG #4 & Wedding Cake.
      Auto: Mephisto - Double Grape x White Crack

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      • mcubed476
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        I hope your mutant does as good or better than mine! I was happy with it!

      #45
      Green Poison XL. 80 days from seed to harvest.

      This one turned out pretty small due to getting more nutrients than she needed at an early age, but the buds are pretty nice for her size.


      She is the bottom left in pics with multiple plants, or the one closest to the camera on the left.

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