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Old 03-22-2016, 04:37 AM #731
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Very useful info, thank you. Thanks also for the clear visual presentation.
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cloning Question

just wondering how much water should i put in my cloning tray and should they (the bottom of the plug ) be siting in water ?
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JJScorpio I have read that by cutting back also prepares the clones because they do not have roots to feed them anyway. They are feeding on what they have in themselves. All we have to do is place them in a dome and keep the hydrated. That is my 2 cents. Still learning.
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I’ve just been snipping off branches and planting them in quart size fabric pots.
I put a little slit in the bottom of the cut.
I just use an old pair of trimming scissors. I used cutters on the last one.
Water them well and let them drain inside a five gallon bucket with a dome over the top.
The bucket goes in the tent under 200w LED.
I vent them daily. Maybe water them.
When they start growing, I take them out of the bucket.
They just keep growing.
Am I doing it wrong?
I seem to have trouble any other way.
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I’ve just been snipping off branches and planting them in quart size fabric pots.
I put a little slit in the bottom of the cut.
I just use an old pair of trimming scissors. I used cutters on the last one.
Water them well and let them drain inside a five gallon bucket with a dome over the top.
The bucket goes in the tent under 200w LED.
I vent them daily. Maybe water them.
When they start growing, I take them out of the bucket.
They just keep growing.
Am I doing it wrong?
I seem to have trouble any other way.
Sounds good to me if it's working for you. I'm still looking for mine.

But i have to say, Troutman told me to just put a few cuttings in soil and damn if it isn't working for me so far. Lol

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Now, I just clone in dirt

40 DIRT CLONES, NO CLONEX, NO BOTTOM HEAT

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Everyone is entitled to an opinion, which should be respected, what works for some....does not work for others,,,many people laugh at cloning in dirt....so do I, cos I get results.

Stop the agro.
Yep. Kiss works for me.
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Sounds good to me if it's working for you. I'm still looking for mine.

But i have to say, Troutman told me to just put a few cuttings in soil and damn if it isn't working for me so far. Lol



Yep. Kiss works for me.
I give MM credit.
He was using toilet paper rolls with soil.
One of those WTF moments.
I just started planting them.
Haven’t done very many yet, so i’ll see.

I think sitting in a fabric pot sitting in a little water is helping.
Inside the bucket they stay wet enough.
A larger dome holds more moisture in the air..
I have a 5 gallon bucket with a 5 gallon dome.
I don’t know really.
Just making it up and going with what works for me.
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