Quote: The Hemp Goddess wrote in post #12
Quote: BudGrower wrote in post #10
slower cut = more attention u give = better plant thts my thought
I'm with BudGrower. I personally have found that usually the one(s) that are slower to root and get going kind of lag behind their entire lives. I do not do anything special with those that are slower though (not sure I know what to do to "help"), so I think the extra care you give them probably makes the difference. I am curious, however, what kind of special care you give them.....maybe you should be doing that with the best of your plants.
thanx ur point well taken as those stragglers in growing legs are more likely to become the runts of the litter---special care is the extra dose of water from the bottom of the rezzy where sometimes some concentrate sediment might settle----seating directly under the light instead of the fringe---placed in line for the 1st hit of fresh air coming in the room---unobstructed lighting---trimmed lowers---whatever may be happening in the room at a particular time---the runts of the litter tend to get that extra special care and attention
after all is said and done---to heck with it---i cant bare to do any culling right now (cubby)---too many uncertainties of uncharted waters---i'll keep them all thru veg noting how they veg and wait till i see how their moms mature before any clone culling occurs---so instead keeping and culling based solely on characteristics i see in the cuts---ill keep them based on how what i like in their moms maturity in flower
thanks to everyone for walking me thru this selection process---we are sure to have a consistently dank pheno for perpetual clones in another 7 weeks
what are the odds no culling ever gets done and they all end up outside for an early jump on spring lmao