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  1. Just wondering how you are going to clone them. But I understand you are still reading. Try making a Keiki. Good luck.
  2. Mine grow on a tree top. I did not buy them, they are rescued from the garbage. Good luck at cloning them, because you need a lot of luck. A lot!
  3. How are you going to do that? Tell us a method for that.
  4. My doctor strongly advised me against taking medical advice from any American. And there are 450.000 reasons I believe him. Xanax, aka Alprazolam is adictive and can kill you. No need to promote it on a pot forum. Your observations are anecdotal, and your "patients" are used as "human guinea pigs". Your post deserves a WARNING.
  5. I recently started some Cannabis from seeds, one of them turned out to be a male. Instead of throwing it away, I grafted two scions on top of it, coming from my favorite mother plant. A plastic bag was covering the scions to keep them moist. I took it off after about nine days, this is the result: A female scion growing on male rootstock. A clone with a tap root.
  6. First, go to the stolen image and click on the triple dot > Report > It’s inappropriate. Choose “Intellectual property violation” and click on Learn more. You’ll get lots of information, but they’re informing you of your rights, so don’t just skip it. Then click on “Learn more about copyright violations.” You’ll find a form linked and you’ll need to fill it if you want to file a claim. Then, choose “Copyright” within this claim and select the reason for filing it: “I found a content which I believe infringes my copyright.” Finally, share the information Instagram requests from you. You’ll also need to share the link to where you posted your photo, in order to prove that it’s indeed yours. Instagram will take the stolen picture off, soon after you report.
  7. Here's the company that does that. Here's it's website. And this is where he lives:
  8. Phylos project says it can do a sex test just seven days after germination. https://phylos.bio/plant-sex-test Our DNA-based method identifies the Y chromosome, making it possible to identify males at the seedling stage. Again, at Sannie's site I read: On Sannie's site I read: The cannabis plants all have male and female chromosomes which means that both male and female genes are present... 
  9. If that is true, and if Sannie's statement is true, the making of feminized Cannabis seeds would not be possible. The article you quote is sixteen years old, btw. Maybe the modern gene mapping methods have found new information?
  10. On Sannie's site I read: The cannabis plants all have male and female chromosomes which means that both male and female genes are present... Is there any proof of that, or did he make it up?
  11. The trumpet fell off, shortly after I pollinated it. But this time the base of the flower stayed on. So I think it worked, and this will become the "thorn apple". I would not call it triploid, as I am not able to count it's chromosomes. Misterdirt is right, that is called a whorled phyllotaxy. The trait often fades away as the plant becomes mature. It's a cross I made between two cultivars. Probably polyhybrid. Looks like "wide leaf drug type" to me. But I lost the label. it's one in a group of sixteen plants that I recently started. I'll show it again when it has made it's next pair of leafs.
  12. This summer, I added two extra stems and root systems to a Bell pepper. Here's how it looked a few weeks ago: The stems of the Peruvian and Jalapeno are still green, everything grew nicely together. They all seem to cooperate. The effects of this "inarching" don't happen overnight. It took a while for the plant to make flowers and fruits. But it did, and they are small and red. I already ate two of the fruits, the top Bell is still attached to the plant. I gave it a bit more soil, and hope to keep it alive during the winter, to see what will happen to it next summer. Some more peppers got ripe, the last few weeks. Capsaicin infused!
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