you can't clone autoflowers.
you would have to make seeds.
I want to clone lworider/ak47.when is the best time to do this
I doubt it, but you can always try.
thanks thats what i needed can u tell me can i put 4 different strain in the same growbox and flower them at the same time regardles of their flowerin period meaning that some will finish sooner.they are all feminized
i cant see ther being a problem as long as you have sufficient light for them, and that they have enuf room to grow, and make sure they all in seperate pots 2.some may grow better than others but that could just be the strain nothing to worry bot too much i wuld say.
I've grew 20 autoflowering feminized seeds, I ended up with 16 plants females. I bet 1/4 in your growbox go male and seedbud is the resort. Just a warning I by no means wish male plants on you or anyone else.
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After realizing the age-determinance of the autoflowering plants was entirely hormone regulated (similar to the photoperiod determinance of Indica and Sativa), I began to play around with certain factors of my cloning technique.
After about 3.5 to 4 weeks of vegetative growth nearly all Ruderalis' will show sexual characteristics. The most important aspect of my technique is quick identification of sexual characteristics formation. It's paramount to take your cutting at the earliest possible moment.
If you don't already know, it's best to take any cuttings from the lowest point of your plant. This is because the hormone levels of the old growth are much more stable than those nearer the apical meristem. Well, this characteristic is doubly important with Ruderalis clones, as it literally serves a dual purpose. The lower branches haven't yet received the signal from the top that sex has been determined and to start bud production. It's only a small window of a few hours that you'll have to take your cutting if you want to do this properly.
Root your cutting under 24\7 light of full spectrum and low intensity before transferring the rooted clone into your grow medium. Once established you can pour on as much light as you can provide and the clone will grow vegetatively for about 80% of the parent's final size, producing bud at the same percentage. The physical age of the clone may be twice as large as it should be, but the flowering time is the same as it is from a seed.