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Cuttings

So I got some cuts the other week and was taken from a plant that was 10 days into flower, the other day I noticed some strange growth I've done a bit of research and this is normal but the problem is I was going to switch 1 week after only me thinks the yeild will be weak and very small any advise ?

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No way we can advise on this without pics or more info mate.

If the cuts were taken in flower, they may take a week or two longer to revert back to vegging properly.

Just veg them until they are at the right size to flower and crack on...

RR

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So I got some cuts the other week and was taken from a plant that was 10 days into flower, the other day I noticed some strange growth I've done a bit of research and this is normal but the problem is I was going to switch 1 week after only me thinks the yeild will be weak and very small any advise ?

Cheers g123

Let them veg for a while mate, if you flip them back now there's more chance of them becoming hermie & they will be stunted

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Cheers skunny, been reading and apparently they can take upto 2 weeks for normal growth to resume

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Cheers skunny, been reading and apparently they can take upto 2 weeks for normal growth to resume

G123

I believe that's correct mate but I'd give it a bit longer just so you're not confusing the little thing. There's no point rushing unless you're desperate. Patience is the key to a good harvest :)

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