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sexting marijuana seeds

Can I re veg after 12/12 for sex?

I’ve been thru this situation and am dealing with it right now. If you clone evey plant then you have a mother, but those clones aren’t the seed mothers. As soon as on as those plants show that it is female pull it out of flower. It is better to have to many EDIT then none.

Clone the biggest healthiest females and root them. Grow them till the end so you know they don’t go hermie. The best mother wins. Sell the other ones to ur local co-op or your friends. Take ur time and get the best mother

maineharvest
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I have a friend that puts them into 12/12 for a bit just to show the sex and then he puts them back into veg. I have never done this but he has been doing it for years and years with multiple strains and has never had a hermie.

As long as your growing with good genetics and not bagseed I would say go with option one. It is much faster than cutting clones to find a mother and then cutting another set of clones from that mother.

I say just put them into 12/12 to find the sex.

PencilHead
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ShecallshimThor
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wardog
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Myself and many of my friends use this method:

Sprout your seeds and take 2 cuttings off each plant at about 4 weeks. Label all cuttings to identify which are which after you sex your seedlings. Then root your clones in your veg. area and put all of your seed plants into flower. While you are sexing your seedlings the cuttings are developing roots. At about 2 weeks all of your seedlings will have displayed their sex. Then you pick out all the males and their clones and either isolate them if you plan on reseeding the plant or dispose of them. You now can select the best smelling strongest looking females for mothers.

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At this point you take out all of the seedlings out of your flower room and replace them with all of the female clones. The seed plants all go into your veg area after you select your mother/s you sell off or give away the ones that you don’t want. Now the seed plants are all re-veging and the clones are all flowering. The time it takes your flower room to finish is just enough time for your seedlings to revert back to a vegetative growth state.

Doing it this way allows you to make maximum use of your resources while finding your preferred mother plant/s

DirtySouth
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The way I do it is to wait until I have the 3 finger serated leaves,clone it and sex that(12/12).In the mean time your plant is producing 2 tops now.after the clone is sext the 2 tops r ready 2 clone(more or less).I’ve grown 15 seeds,of them only 1 male.I believe your conditions set the sex.

I first sext the entire plant,but then realized that I lost up 2 a month of critical grow time.

Git "R" lit

Myself and many of my friends use this method:

Sprout your seeds and take 2 cuttings off each plant at about 4 weeks. Label all cuttings to identify which are which after you sex your seedlings. Then root your clones in your veg. area and put all of your seed plants into flower. While you are sexing your seedlings the cuttings are developing roots. At about 2 weeks all of your seedlings will have displayed their sex. Then you pick out all the males and their clones and either isolate them if you plan on reseeding the plant or dispose of them. You now can select the best smelling strongest looking females for mothers.

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At this point you take out all of the seedlings out of your flower room and replace them with all of the female clones. The seed plants all go into your veg area after you select your mother/s you sell off or give away the ones that you don’t want. Now the seed plants are all re-veging and the clones are all flowering. The time it takes your flower room to finish is just enough time for your seedlings to revert back to a vegetative growth state.

Doing it this way allows you to make maximum use of your resources while finding your preferred mother plant/s

Michigan’s Position on Cannabidiol, CBD and Industrial Hemp Products

Michigan’s Michigan Medical Marihuana Act (MMMA), and the Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act (MMFLA) both contain a series of new laws that are subject to interpretation. As medical marijuana licensing continues, LARA (Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs) periodically issues opinions on various matters requiring such interpretation, and recently this included the issue of CBD.

It is the opinion of LARA that the possession, purchase, or sale of CBD must be done in compliance with the MMMA and MMFLA. This means CBD can only be purchased, used or possessed by Michigan medical marijuana licensees.

By way of background LARA advisory suggests that the cannabis plant has over 100 cannabinoids and included among them is CBD. These cannabinoids are found primarily in the flowering tops, resin, and leaves of the cannabis plant. However, CBD is found in only trace amounts within the seeds or the mature stalks.

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Michigan’s state law indicates that marihuana includes:

  • all parts of the plant Cannabis sativa L., growing or not
  • the seeds of that plant
  • the resin extracted from any part of the plant
  • every compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of the plant or its seeds or resin

Michigan law contains exclusions as well. According to Michigan law marihuana does not include:

  • the mature stalks of the plant
  • fiber produced from the stalks
  • oil or cake made from the seeds of the plant
  • any other compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of the mature stalks

According to LARA, marihuana does not include industrial hemp that is grown or cultivated for research pursuant to the industrial hemp research act. It is important to understand that this limitation does not authorize the sale or transfer of industrial hemp.

Finally, it’s also important to know that LARA’s opinions and interpretations are “advisory” only. This issue regarding CBD, and many more, will eventually need to be definitively resolved by our courts. In the meanwhile, to avoid violating the law, it’s best to not purchase, own, use or possess CBD unless you are a Michigan medical marijuana licensee. This includes being a Michigan medical marijuana patient.