How To: Graft Marijuana – Multiple Strains on a Single Cannabis Plant



In Full Compliance With NRS 453a, 18+ As Always… This video talks about how and why to graft Medical Marijuana. Some things that should be mentioned.

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  1. What would it take to splice two different species together? A cannabis plant and a Fearn for example. to be able to breed different species would be a world-changing event. I love what your doing.

  2. Good video, try using 6 lb fishing line instead of duct tape which has contaminants within the glue hindering the graft. Also use some moist paper towel wrapped around graft point with tin foil over it to keep it just moist, this will encourage faster repair. Some use plastic over the tin foil but with marijuana stem this might mold, something you have to again experiment with. I'd pick the base mom with the largest transport system hole. Strain does not move backwards so no cross contamination, if anything you might get bigger buds from a large transport mom topped by different strains.

  3. I acquired a plant from an old roommate. He didnt know the strain. It is growing vigorously, but I noticed something strange I have never seen before. It has leaves growing with the typical 5 blades, some with 3, and some that are just a single blade. Is this normal? Do some strains do that? Is it a mutant? Someone please tell me what you think. I have no idea!

  4. hi ,, you will get a higher success rate if you cut at a steeper angle and split the main plant instead trying to cut the fibers to fit. then wrap with sterile gauss then wrap with tape, use a syringe to soak the gauss then put the bag on , the more surface contact the better

  5. How does that work with nutrients and such? Isn't there a possibility that one of the genetics will be getting too much or too little light/humidity/fertilizer/water? Not to mention the different durations of their flowering photo period?

  6. When I grafted tomato plants, I put them in a dark place so that they would put more energy into taking the graft instead of photosynthesis. I was grafting heirlooms onto more disease resistant root stock. I was thinking this would be a great tool for people who want to grow buds outdoors but have to put up with shorter growing seasons and rain.

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