I’m harvesting my big cherrywine plant next is drying, dry trim, cure and testing, the of course partake in the smoking of the chebas!!!! But now I have some new green to start and experiment with The two bigger plant are from seed and the two in the middle are clones. I cut the two big branches off the top for this plant to clone I put them in solo cups and gave them a root inoculatant to speed up the game rooting process.One took root but the other… well if wilted. The plant I took these two clones from was about a week ahead of the other plant I germitanted the canopy is going be nice and it should bush out good, the genetics of this plant are very promising still the cherrywine strain I previously ran, so that is a plus. I have the two makeshift “mother plants” under a blue light for 24hrs. Speaking of clones my second experiment along with phenohunting I decided to run these two clones from my first cherrywine grow as a sea of green style. I put it directly on a 10-14 light cycle which I plan on switching to either 12-12 or 10-10 just to be move even The node spacing in these clones were already short and they looked like a prime chance to stretch and bud them. I plan on running fox farm nutes on these to see what my results turn out to be. these are about a foot tall now and ready for transplanting. If I like the sea of green method of growing I’m going to try and run 4-6 in my little grow tent to increase the yields. Now I need a male with good genetics to start seed chucking. Happy phenohunting smoke network.