Growing weed stealthily in the garden!

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Madmax

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Yes .agree looks a little suss.but could b anything under it.when you go into say bunnings you will see there is a % on the label how much uv does get through.i have some tripple lapped on a fence and you can still see through it lol..
 
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The only grafting in cannabis that makes sense would be to have a bunch of different strains on a single plant and not go over your limit and be able to clone diff varieties off one plant or seed variety. I guess you could clone a male on to a female and isolate.In fruit trees it makes sense since they grow a long time.
what if you grafted onto an existing root ball? So you chop the plant completely then take some clones and graft them around the trunk like a fruit tree? I wonder if the clones could benefit from the existing root mass to speed up growth?
 
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Yes .agree looks a little suss.but could b anything under it.when you go into say bunnings you will see there is a % on the label how much uv does get through.i have some tripple lapped on a fence and you can still see through it lol..
Hey Mad Max appreciate the reply...i had no idea they had a UV rating..ok will go to Bunnings later today and will grab some thanks again.
I was worried not enough light would get through that stuff.😉
 
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Thought i would update haven't been on in awhile.
The UV netting worked a treat, the plants seemed to have thrived once that stuff was up.
The grow went really well, i recently topped 99% of them and managed to do that before the rain came.
Stealth grow mission completed. :P
 
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