You can now do all of your clones this way and place them into your tray. In the photo below are ones that I did on January 1st, and they should show roots any day now.
Mist the plants lightly when they are all placed into the tray the first time, and then mist the inside of the dome a couple times a day for the first 5 days or so. Be careful misting the plants directly to often as they can get to wet and rot. Also remove the cover a couple times a day for a few minutes to let in fresh air.
After 5 days prop open the corner of the lid to allow air inside. If the plants begin to droop, close the lid again as they are not ready. All strains are different.
The biggest keys in successful cloning are the amount of moisture in the plug, temperature and lighting. Always check the plugs and add a couple drops of water if they begin to feel dry, but do not overwater as you will rot the stem. I place the meat thermometer in the dome and keep the temps between 70 and 75. To much warmth will cause the stems to rot at the base and you can lose the entire lot very quickly. Lastly, I keep one 24 watt bulb, 8 inches over the top of the dome and use 18/6 lighting scheduale.
I hope this has helped people get their cuttings to root easier. If you have any questions, or comments. Just ask and I or someone will try and help you. I will show pictures of the progression of the clones when they root. Good luck and grow on.........