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The clones were cut on 21 Mar and put into peat pods for rooting. Rooting successfully occurred and the clones in the peat pods were transplanted into larger cups.
 

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A pictures worth a thousand words. Here are three of the clones cut from my flowering hydro grow. All have successfully rooted into soil for the outdoor season. The new growth is lush and green. Although the leaves are missing the standard saw-tooth edge, reading tells me this was expect and they will eventually grow standard saw-tooth style leaves.

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True but I will caveat that with I've only done one plant of hydro so far to near completion. I will say although it's smaller overall (tent considerations) the buds appear more densely packed then I get outside. i would assume that is the light intensity never changing unlike fall light.
 
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A pictures worth a thousand words. Here are three of the clones cut from my flowering hydro grow. All have successfully rooted into soil for the outdoor season. The new growth is lush and green. Although the leaves are missing the standard saw-tooth edge, reading tells me this was expect and they will eventually grow standard saw-tooth style leaves.

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So that's the ones you cut off the plant from the other thread? Those are the same ones?
 

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Yes! If you look closely at the bottom cup on a higher magnification you can see the older saw-tooth leaves near the soil.
I was actually wondering to myself when you said this earlier:

Although the leaves are missing the standard saw-tooth edge
But when I saw they were at the bottom I figured that must be what was going on.
 
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Update 12 Oct - All four clones were brought to maturity in soil and harvested last week. they are currently going through the first stage of drying and should be ready for jarring sometime later this week. I did the harvest over three days, late last week, so the trimming wouldn't be all at once.