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    Amazing, they don't give up easy

    While watering yesterday morning about 6 I cut this branch. It was on bottom of plant hanging in the soil in the way. Very nice branch so I stuck it in a jar of water and forgot it. It sat in direct sun all day long with high temp 108. I found it right after sunset and it looked completely dead. Water temp in jar must had been 100. I carried it inside and set it on my tool box and forgot it. This is what i found this morning. Amazing!

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    Any rooting yet?

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      #3
      That's awesome desertdan , that tenacity needs preserving I think. Root her and into the soil next to a boyfriend!
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        There is a God after all !!
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          #5
          Nature is pretty amazing.
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            #6
            LOL that's how i get myself into trouble I can't hardly throw away cuts
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            I use a t-5 & 54watt CFL for seedlings
            Sometimes i use plastic sometimes i use fabric grow containers
            Currently using fish/guano during veg growth & FF Grow Big 6-4-4 teens to bloom. Once i see pre-flower i switch to
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            • desertdan
              desertdan commented
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              yea, really difficult for me too and I already have too many

            • crucialbunny
              crucialbunny commented
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              I've been trying to clone my dwarf plant for a couple months now and each time I would try I would run a OG Kush as a control, trying to make sure my methods were sound. I now have 7 OG Kush clones added to the other 15 plants I have going. Plus I just recently had success in cloning the dwarf and have an additional 6 of those. I swore after last year I would keep the numbers down but now it seems I'm swimming in plants again. Usually I have no problem giving my plants away to friends but this year I have very few interested. I'm kinda an idiot.

            • Rwise
              Rwise commented
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              I too needed to do a trim, this girl is a Greasy Grapes (Exotic Genetics), chopped about 1/2 of her off, and then all the limbs at the same height. Stuck the cuttings in rain water and put out the word and gave them away in a couple of hours. This was much easier than making clones to give away. Which I have way to many of, glad someone will grow those, and I know he will he luvs this sticky smelly girl! I dont like tossing them, but I have to learn how!

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