Laughing buddha clone!

Started out as a cutting from my laughing buddha and in 30 ish days has become this beauty!

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Looks great

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Nice job! Still trying to get the clone process to work. I’m too impatient.

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I have upgraded to a clone light with hydro but for that clone it just sat in a dixie cup in the grobo until the roots emerged. Every few days i soaked it in distilled water.

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@Ovie,

  • (Beautiful Job): {:green_thumb:}:

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Beautiful

Now for trim

Transition 11/14

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Day 8 of 55 flower

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This clone has taken half the time of amnesia haze from seed in grobo. It also seems much sturdier that the plant i cut it from.

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She’s gorgeous

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Nice, she’s grown so much from the defoliation that you gave

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Yes!!!

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Cloning definitely will give me more harvests per year! I think @Stephen video is the best way. It seems like you get roots going pretty quickly when you cut the tips off the leaves.

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Yeah for sure! I’m about to take my 3rd round of clones from my grow. So far I have taken 7 and rooted 3, the other four are in a cup of water. I don’t have a lot of time so they’re slowly growing in the water but I’m going to place them in rock wool in a propagation dome soon. Very much looking forward to having a bunch of clones! I’ll have to give them away lol.

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Flower day 19 already!! I :cupid: clones!

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Update!! Doing good lol!!

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looking good!

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A very healthy plant. Nice job

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Interesting comparison for the seed grown laughing buddha vs laughing buddha clone. Seems like the clone is sturdier and has much bigger buds.

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