Coolest 'Bonsai' Marijuana Plant Ever!

Quick Fruit - AC Genetics (autoflowering)

When it comes to the size of pots for cannabis plants, the general rule is 'The Bigger, The Better'. And that's correct when you have a lot of space. The bigger the pot, the more roots your plant can make, the bigger your plant will get, the bigger your harvest will be. Simple. But sometimes there's not a lot of space available, or maybe you just don't want to get some giant plants. So what happens when you put a seed in an extremely small pot? Well, Jiggs put a seed of an autoflowering 'Quick Fruit' from 'AC Genetics' in one of his traditional beer glasses (0.5 liter) and he created the coolest 'Bonsai' cannabis plant ever. Plant grows a firm, sweet and sticky cola and reaches a height of only 29.5 cm!

Quick Fruit - AC Genetics (autoflowering)

Quick Fruit - AC Genetics (autoflowering)

Quick Fruit - AC Genetics (autoflowering)

Quick Fruit - AC Genetics (autoflowering)

Quick Fruit - AC Genetics- (autoflowering)

Quick Fruit - AC Genetics (autoflowering)

- Quick Fruit is an autoflowering cannabis strain from AC Genetics -

Comments

Submitted by Cannabis N.I. (not verified) on
Tidy wee plant there dude. Have you it yet ?
Submitted by Josh from ak (not verified) on
That's to freaking cool, I'm so gonna do that sometime soon! Hope it's a great smoke.
Submitted by visitor (not verified) on
nice man, I love lil baby plants
Submitted by Garmak on
Soooo cool. Pretty much goin' to grow my own. Maybe i'll try the small one first. Looks great!
Submitted by clipperfaso on
Looks really nicee!!!!! would like to have more info about this hahah thanks ;)
Submitted by lordradleigh on
does anyone know how they make seeds autoflowering? im a completely organic grower so no chems for me.
Submitted by visitor (not verified) on
Autoflowering genes come from the species of cannabis known as "Ruderalis". These genes make the plants grow extremely fast and be able to withstand numerous kinds of growing conditions. To get the autoflowering plants everyone talks about yu cross breed a Ruderalis with an indica or sativa, but there are very few all sativa autoflowers. After a few generations of plants viola!
Submitted by Jesper (not verified) on
While it's true that the "autoflowering" gene is derived from a Cannabis Rudealis, the rest is nonsense. Unlike Cannabis Sativa and Cannabis Indica, whose reproduction cycle is determined by the number of hours, and the intensity of sunlight, Cannabis Rudealis can flower at any point from late spring to early fall, it's completely random. The "Rudealis gene" does not make hemp grow any faster, nor does it make hemp more suited to withstand numerous growing conditions. It's also incorrect that you just cross breed a Cannabis Rudealis with a Cannabis Sativa or Indica, wait a few generations, and tadaa! That's not how it works. First off, Cannabis Rudealis only produce trace amounts of THC. Secondly, you have no way of telling when a Cannabis Rudealis cross will start flowering - You can't use the parent plant to determine this. Lastly you have no way of telling which genes will be passed on. So, in order to make an autoflowering plant which produces high amounts of THC starts flowering within the desired period of time, there's nothing else to do than trial and error. Once you have a cross that both flower early and produce much THC, you clone the plant (you already should have made cuttings by then). Now, in order to generate autoflowering lowrider seeds, you want the plant to produce seeds which only contain its own dna. This is, as far as I know, usually done by stressing the plant. Either by giving it irregular amounts of light, or keeping the plant alive after it ended flowering phase.
Submitted by visitor (not verified) on
your retarded read a book. he was totaly right. ruderails+whiitewidow/blueberry=auto blue widow. ignorance i tell you.
Submitted by anawon (not verified) on
The roots will develop mold/algae in a transparent container, no?
Submitted by The Daily Smoker on
The roots should be in the dark indeed. The glass was wrapped in foil during growing, but for the picture it was removed...
Submitted by visitor (not verified) on
That is most definately not bonsai, seeing as it doesn't really adhere to bonsai aesthetics at all. Although I <3 weed.
Submitted by The Daily Smoker on
That's why the word Bonsai is between 2 'brackets'... :)
Submitted by Daisy (not verified) on
Apostrophes, actually.
Submitted by visitor (not verified) on
quotation marks actually
Submitted by visitor (not verified) on
The ones that the author used in the title are actually apostrophes.
Submitted by visitor (not verified) on
fuck yall
Submitted by visitor (not verified) on
Does anyone know what kind of lighting would be necessary to grow a plant like this?
Submitted by The Daily Smoker on
This one is grown under a 400 Watt HPS light.
Submitted by Cam (not verified) on
What's the name of the seeds he used?
Submitted by The Daily Smoker on
It's 'Quick Fruit' from AC Genetics (www.ac-genetics.com).
Submitted by visitor (not verified) on
how much did you harvest from this little beauty?
Submitted by The Daily Smoker on
Harvest was 10.2 gram
Submitted by sir (not verified) on
Wow, a version of sog done in this manner would be ridiculously more than the 4 plants i cram into a tight space. I'll start saving 500ml yogurt pots, only change ill make is holes at the bottom for drainage - if this works.... wow!
Submitted by Michael (not verified) on
How did you flush this?
Submitted by visitor (not verified) on
This is awesome. I'm trying to grow one myself. Did you use any specific nutrients? any pointers on the process would be helpful.
Submitted by BG (not verified) on
any chance of getting a how-to? too sick!
Submitted by visitor (not verified) on
did u have to pull the plant out and cut the roots or did u just let it grow like that by it self in the cup.
Submitted by cannabis connoisseur (not verified) on
This plant is highly unlikely to have grown in this beer glass, 1. The roots being exposed to light and moisture would result in mold rotting the roots. 2. With no way to flush the plant without using a nutrient rich soil the soil will build "salt" hence burning the plant to the point of making the plant unable to effectively absorb water. 3. Without the proper nutrients the plant would not have a way to grow colas of such size. but bravo if this somehow is legit, i would enjoy knowing the way you got her so beautiful.
Submitted by The Daily Smoker on
This is no fake whatsoever. I've seen this plant in this glass with my own eyes. 1. The glass was covered with tinfoil, temporarily removed for making the pic. 2. There has been no flushing at all. 3. Only a minimum amount of (bio) nutrients have been used during flowering.
Submitted by dolladollabateyall (not verified) on
any step by step guide to this grow op?
Submitted by bonsai owner (not verified) on
Looks great, I have a few variety bonsai trees, As of now I'm growing my own cannabis bonsai tree, something that the cup lacks(as good as it looks) is drain holes at the bottom, which is essential for traditional bonsai growing, another thing that helps is that rather than a tall container, get a more shallow container, like a sandwich size tupper ware, just make the holes at the bottom.
Submitted by thechristianshaman87 on
How strong is the smell?
Submitted by orangepotato (not verified) on
guys, guys the real question we all should be asking is....Is it fire??

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