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  • 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.

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

  • 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!

  • 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

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

    I believe the Kush auto was a seedsman freebie

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

  • Spidermite
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    Those six shooters are beasts. Nice growing. You should let s62 see those plants. I just woke up so may have done his name wrong. Who did the Kush come from? I'd like to grow one of those.

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  • mcubed476
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    Here's my current girls, and the one I just took down.



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  • mcubed476
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    Glad I could help billyboy !

    I won't say I'm the guy that invented this because I'm not lol. However, I did find this method myself before I ever read up on it. Then LurkingInTheGrass pointed me to a different site saying, "hey, look at this guy's method. It looks like the same thing you're doing."

    Sure enough, it was, and he had me by about a year I think.

    Anyway, this guy grew photos using this method because:

    1. Yielded more than just topping and LST.

    2. It took less time than doing the full mainline procedure.


    It was the best of both worlds, and it's worked wonders for me!

    I still get some small plants. My last Trainwreck I took down yielded maybe 2 ounces, probably less. However, it has definitely allowed me to grow some monsters, and improved the average yield I get off of a plant. My last plant I took down got 11 ounces (an auto).

    Once again, glad I could help you out. That's what this site is all about, isn't it?

  • 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!

  • billyboy
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    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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  • 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.

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

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