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Darsh85 wrote:Is it possible that cloning it could lead to a new double trapped cultivar? Or at least higher the chances of more double traps from the clone?Doubtful. Unless the FT in the OP was grown from seed it is already a clone (division or tissue culture) that just happened to send out a freak trap like they tend to do sometimes. As far as I know fixed mutations can only occur with seed grown plants since they have unique DNA. Of course there is always GMO and radiation but we won't go there.
Darsh85 wrote:Is it possible that cloning it could lead to a new double trapped cultivar? Or at least higher the chances of more double traps from the clone?If al the traps were growing a double trap then you had a chance, but with only one it is just a twist of nature.
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