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    This is the DIY Areo Cloner I made this Morning

    Hey, here are pictures of my DIY areo cloner I put together this morning. Everything went pretty well. Saved me a heap of money not having to pay for one of those 499 dollar jobbies at the hydro store. Over all the tools and everything cost about $100. Pump was 19.95, Tub was 6.99, piping was about $25, the neoprene collars and pots I had to get at the only ripoff hydro-store that had them. The collars were $1 each and pots where .24 each. Tools, hacksaw was 15.99, and hole cutter was 8.95 and glue was 12.99.

    Holds 24 clones.













    My Grow Diary - Nine Year Old Brothers Grimm Seeds In Home Made DWC/NFT System 4X4X8 Grow Tent


    My DIY Areo Cloner


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    Looks good man, I'd love to have one of these put together, however I just don't have the space to be running clones as it is. I'm sure it'll treat you good.
    Only by going too far, can one possibly find out how far one can go.

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      #3
      hippy, how much space you got? A Bubbler is quite similar in operation and can be made much smaller. Mines about 9x12x5 inches. They can be even smaller, I just worked with a tub lying around the house. There are other methods that make my 9x12 look gigantic.

      CLONERS- a collection of various methods

      Nice work CD
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        #4
        @FreezerBoy: I understand that cloners can be made very small, I just don't have the space to grow out more plants. Currently have a DR60 grow tent, measures approx. 2'x2'x5'. Eventually I'd love to upgrade to a larger tent for flowering, and convert my DR60 into a mother/veg tent, but right now it's not an option :(.

        edit: I suppose I could use a small cloner for sexing plants, as I am going to be starting from seed when they arrive but I was hoping for at least one male anyway so I could have a crack at small-scale pollination.
        Only by going too far, can one possibly find out how far one can go.

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          Cloner in Action

          Here are some pictures of the DIY cloner in action. Have some work to do to stop the dripping but other then that worked like a charm. Roots in 7 days, this is after 21 days in the cloner.

          Clones looking healthy after 21 days in the cloner.



          Nice Root Growth, plain water (PH's) and some Superthrive




          Preplanting in Rockwool



          Ready to go



          My Grow Diary - Nine Year Old Brothers Grimm Seeds In Home Made DWC/NFT System 4X4X8 Grow Tent


          My DIY Areo Cloner

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