pic book Posted July 17, 2012 Report Share Posted July 17, 2012 In the past I have and I think everyone has experienced a few cuttings that are 'early' in that they 'pop' roots in less than 72 hours. But, so far, with this method I found via changing things up in my clone room, every cutting that is going to root in a set of 56 cuttings (yes, I work in sets of 56) develops transplantable roots within 82 hours (3.41 days). I suffer a loss of 3 cuttings per set (they die, a 5.3% loss ratio) but the other 53 within 82 hours are all rooted. Healthy too. This is something i have never before accomplished in successive sets of cuttings. I'm curious: is anyone else getting equal (or even quicker) results? I have not yet tried a chemdawg/g13 (the so called 'five-pounder' strain) so it may not work for all strains. I can just say it works for the 4 strains of cuttings so far (lemon cake, ig13, bubba and afghani). Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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