Register

Welcome to the Marijuana Growing forum

If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.

..

User Tag List

Results 1 to 6 of 6
  1. #1
    Marijuana Growing Newbie
    Join Date
    Feb 2019
    Posts
    1
    Thumbs Up
    Received: 0
    Given: 0
    Mentioned
    1 Post(s)
    Tagged
    0 Thread(s)

    Would this work out for a small plant?


    0 Not allowed!
    I trimmed a flower from the bottom portion, leaving approx. 1"+ inch of stem exposed. After that, I gave it a fresh cut at the base of stem and then planted into some tightly packed soil. This flower was harvested about 3 months ago so it's not really that old. Right now, it's just a decoration basically, but do I have a chance that this can sprout roots from stem and continue to grow new shoots?

    I could not find any info online with this approach being talked about. How is this any different than cloning a cannabis plant? Any info or suggestions are appreciated

    20190210_164341.jpg

    20190210_164541.jpg

    20190210_165236.jpg

  2. #2
    Marijuana Growing Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2017
    Location
    Far East bay California
    Posts
    1,795
    Thumbs Up
    Received: 1,237
    Given: 2,172
    Mentioned
    296 Post(s)
    Tagged
    5 Thread(s)

    0 Not allowed!
    @Etiquette509
    Kinda hard to explain this. That bud...has no leaves. All that is there...is a bud. You need to have leaves. Leaves are what make the plants food. The leaf is where photosynthesis takes place. The leaves are like...the plants lungs. You kinda basically planted the plants "vagina" (reproductive parts) and hope it will grow. It doesn't have any leaves (lungs). I assume it wont do much. And since it has been under a light for 3 months...the THC is probably degraded after having sat in that light. I would pull it and smoke it. I could be wrong. But if after 3 months...and my clones STILL aren't growing. I would throw them away

  3. #3
    Marijuana Growing Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2014
    Location
    lost in the shuffle
    Posts
    3,276
    Thumbs Up
    Received: 7,361
    Given: 7,598
    Mentioned
    442 Post(s)
    Tagged
    5 Thread(s)

    0 Not allowed!
    ...yeah, i would say you have a better chance of getting pregnant, while being runover by a truck, and at the same time being hit by lightening.

    ...you can take and root cuttings from flowering plants but after the third week into flower your failure rates start climbing and at this stage you can be sure to fail.

    ...you'd be better off drying that bud and smoking it because otherwise you are just wasting it.

    peace, SOG

    ...and i'm not trying to be a jerk, i mean no criticism but only wish to save you from wasting your time.

  4. #4
    Marijuana Growing Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2019
    Posts
    28
    Thumbs Up
    Received: 27
    Given: 0
    Mentioned
    7 Post(s)
    Tagged
    0 Thread(s)

    0 Not allowed!
    The only way I see that growing is if it sinks into the dirt, and there happens to be a seed inside ����

  5. #5
    Marijuana Growing Member
    Join Date
    Nov 2014
    Location
    Edm AB C ♁
    Posts
    5,529
    Thumbs Up
    Received: 2,738
    Given: 927
    Mentioned
    173 Post(s)
    Tagged
    0 Thread(s)

    0 Not allowed!
    Did you dip her stem in a decent rooting hormone?? Wide grin

    RAPID ROOT #3
    Indole 3 - Butyric Acid Root Inducing Powder

    Grow More Rapid Root No.3 speeds rooting and saves bench time, and that will save you money.
    Grow More Rapid Root No.3 is easy to use and has been proven efficient, paralleling nature's own root forming hormone.
    Rapid Root No.3 (0.3% I.B.A.)Treats easy to start plants - Begonia, Geranium, Poinsettia, Bougainvillea, Jasmine, Willow, Rose.
    Also treats hard to semi-hard wood plants Arbor vitae (Thuja).


    DIRECTIONS:It is recommended, that cuttings from the current seasons growth be used, the length should be 4 to 6 inches. . Cutting material should be kept in a fresh condition from the start. Wrap in cloth or immerse in water. Moisten the basal ends of the cuttings and stir ends in Grow More Rapid Root No.3. Place treated cuttings in rooting medium such as peat moss or other soil mixes.
    SPECIAL FEATURES:- Economical - 1 Lb. treats over 30,000 cuttings.- University Tested.- One-Dip Treatment.- EPA Registered.
    CAUTION:Keep out of reach of children. Keep out of eyes. Do not swallow, do not breath dust. Do not mix with other chemicals not specifically recommended. Do not re-use container. It is recommended that gloves, dust masks and long-sleeved shirts be worn when handling a product that contains Indole butyric Acid.
    PACKAGING SIZES:1lb., 5lbs., 10lbs., 50lbs.


    OTHER SPECIES AND VARIETIES (SP=Species • VARS=Varieties):

    • African Violet Ageratum
    • Andromeda
    • Apple
    • Arbor-Vitae (Thuja) VARS
    • Ardisia
    • Azalea VARS
    • Barberry
    • Bayberry
    • Beauty Berry
    • Beech Begonia Blackberry
    • Bluebeard
    • Blueberry
    • Bougainvillea
    • Bowstring Kemp
    • Broom Bush - Arbutus
    • Butterfly Bush
    • Candy Tuft
    • Carnation
    • Chestnut
    • Chokeberry
    • Ribes Tenuitarum
    • Dahlia VARS
    • Daphne SP
    • Deutzia Megnifica
    • Rubus SP
    • Dianthyus VARS
    • Davidia SP
    • Dracena Sarderiana
    • Aristolochia SP
    • Sambucus SP
    • Ulmus SP
    • Euonymus SP
    • Thujopsis SP
    • Pyracantha SP
    • Prunus SP/VARS
    • Gordonia Alatamaha
    • Chionanthus SP
    • Laburnum Hazelnut
    • Hemlock VARS
    • Hibiscus Holly (Japanese) Honeysuckle
    • Speedwell
    • Spirea
    • Springscent
    • Spruce (Blue)
    • Spruce (Norway)
    • Stevia
    • Stewartia
    • St. Johnswort
    • Sweetleaf
    • Taxus (Yew) Trifoliate
    • Azalea Christmas Cheer
    • Azalea Coral Bell
    • Azalea Dauricum
    • Azalea Gandavense
    • Azalea Kurume VARS
    • Azalea Mollis
    • Azalea Mucronatum
    • Azalea Obtusa Hinodigiri
    • Azalea Pink Pearl
    • Azalea Snow
    • Azalea Vaseyi
    • Azalea Viscosum
    • Azalea Obtusa Kaempieri
    • Azalea Yedoense Poukhanense
    • Berberis SP
    • Myrica SP
    • Callicarpa SP
    • Fagus SP
    • Begonia SP
    • Rubus SP
    • Osmanthus
    • Pachysandra
    • Pea Shrub
    • Pear (Stock)
    • Penstemon
    • Taxus Baccata VARS
    • Poncirus SP
    • Campis SP
    • Verbena SP


    • Chrysanthemum
    • Cinquefoil
    • Clematis
    • Clerodendron
    • Clockvine
    • Coleus
    • Crabapple
    • Crape Myrtle Crassula
    • Creeper
    • Croton
    • Currant
    • Dahlia
    • Daphne
    • Deutzia
    • Dewberry
    • Dianthus
    • Dovetree
    • Dracena
    • Dutchmanspipe Eider
    • Elm
    • Caryopteris SP
    • Vaccinium Corymbosum VARS
    • Bougainvillea SP
    • Sanserveria
    • Cystisus SP
    • Abelia Grandiflora Rosea Alba
    • Buddleia SP
    • Iberis SP
    • Dianthyus VARS
    • Castanea SP
    • Aronia SP
    • Chrysanthemum VARS
    • Potentilla SP
    • Clematis SP
    • Clerodendron Thunbergia SP
    • Coleus Blumei Malus SP
    • Lagerstroemia Indica
    • Crassula Rubicunda
    • Parthenocissus SP
    • Codiaeum
    • Orange Trumpet Creeper Verbena
    • Viburnum Waxmyrtle
    • Weigelia
    • Willow
    • Wintergreen Wisteria
    • Witch Hazel Yellow Wood Zelkova Corylus SP
    • Tsuga SP/VARS
    • Hibiscus (Tropical)
    • Ilex Crenata VARS
    • Lonicera SP
    • Periwinkle
    • Petunia
    • Philodendron
    • Phlox
    • Pnotinia
    • Pine
    • Poinsettia
    • Poplar
    • Pricklypear Cactus Raspberry
    • Rose
    • Sage
    • Sequoia (Giant)
    • Silverbell
    • Snapdragon
    • Snowberry
    • Laburnocytisus SP
    • Lantana SP
    • Levandula SP
    • Leucothoe SP
    • Lilium Tilia Magnolia SP
    • Ginko Biloba Melastoma Philadelphus SP
    • Morus Alba Oleander Nerium Orixa SP
    • Maclura SP
    • Osmanthus SP
    • Pachysandra Terminalis Caragana SP
    • Virburnum SP
    • Myica SP
    • Diervilla Sp
    • Salix SP


    • Euonymus
    • False Arborvitae
    • Firethorn
    • Flowering Cherry VARS
    • Fontanesia
    • Forsythia
    • Franklinia
    • Fringe Tree
    • Fuchsia
    • Gardenia
    • Geranium
    • Germander
    • Golden Chain
    • Saintpaulia SP
    • Ageratum SP
    • Andromeda Japonica
    • Malus SP
    • Thuja Ellwangeriana Aurea Nana
    • Thuja Occidentalis VARS
    • Ardisia Japonica
    • Hydrangea
    • Jasmine
    • Jetbead
    • Juniper VARS
    • Kerria
    • Laburnocytislls
    • Latana
    • Lavender
    • Leuchothoe
    • Lily Scales
    • Linden
    • Magnolia
    • Maidenhair Tree
    • Melastoma
    • Mock Orange
    • Mulberry
    • Oleander
    • Orixa
    • Osage
    • Orange
    • Hydrangea
    • Jasminum Nudiflorum
    • Rhodotypus SP
    • Juniperus Chinensis Japicona
    • Juniperus Chinensis Pfitzeriana
    • Juniperus Columnis Hillii (Dwarf)
    • Juniperus Rigida
    • Juniperus Sabina Fastigiata
    • Juniperus Squamata Fargesii
    • Kerria SP
    • Pyrus Serotina
    • Penstemon SP
    • Vinca SP
    • Petunia SP
    • Philodendron SP
    • Phlox SP
    • Photinia SP
    • Pinus SP
    • Euphorbia SP
    • Populus SP
    • Opuntia SP
    • Rubus SP
    • Rosa VARS
    • Salvia SP
    • Sequoia Giantia Halesia SP
    • Antirrhinum SP
    • Symphoricarpus SP
    • Veronica Sp
    • Spirea SP
    • Fothergilla Major
    • Picea Pungens
    • Picea Excelsa VARS
    • Stevia SP
    • Stewartia Pentagyna Hypericum SP
    • Symplocos
    • Gautheria SP
    • Wisteria SP
    • Hamamelis SP
    • Cladrastis SP
    • Zelkova SP





    Dr.Chas-THC
    Last edited by Dr.Chas-THC; 02-12-2019 at 11:44 PM.
    Advanced Nutrients, CLW SolarStorm 880,
    EZ Clone 16,
    Gorilla Grow Tent 5’ x 5’ x 6’11” ~ 7’11”,
    Gorilla Gear Board ~ Hurricane Super 8 Fan,
    HyperFan 8”~HyperFan Hyper Climate Control,
    Magical Butter II, 1000w MH, 400w MH,
    Method Seven Operator LED,
    MountainAir Big Air Volatile Organic
    Activated Carbon Filter 8”x40”!!

  6. #6
    Marijuana Growing Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2019
    Location
    USA
    Posts
    14
    Thumbs Up
    Received: 5
    Given: 4
    Mentioned
    4 Post(s)
    Tagged
    0 Thread(s)

    0 Not allowed!
    I think it is hard to have some roots. Just like other plants flower. Without the stem, there will be no roots.

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  
Back to Top