For logistic reasons I plant to start seed under an r8/6 photoperiod. Then I planto take clones from some of these plants to use as clone mothers. These clones aregoing to be kept under continuous light. By switching the photoperiod on them doIput them at risk ofmutating?
No. Cuttings don’t mutate because of photoperiod changes.
Here’s an example that 1 investigated: plants grown indoors under 24 hours of light were flowered indoors and then placed outdoors in mid-summer. They started growing vegetatively and flowered in the fall. Clones were taken while they were growing vegetatively outdoors. These clones were grown under 18 hours of light indoors and then flowered. The aroma and high of the two indoor crops was virtually identical.
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