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Old 11-22-2016, 12:32 AM #21
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Ahhh, power of google. It is called "cloneshipper".



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I wonder what the limits are for the days a clone can survive in transit
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I wonder what the limits are for the days a clone can survive in transit
It all depends on the shipping method used.

I'd be willing to bet that a clone could survive for a couple months, given the right amount of moisture... (think terrarium)

However, I wouldnt think a cutting would survive nearly as long. Maybe 2 weeks max...

I've taken cuttings out of the trash that were there for 3 days & they rooted just fine. Some cultivars are just survivors!
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yes the dvd tissue paper works...just remember to vac seal the dvd cover. have recieved like that from a clone fairy!
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have recieved like that from a clone fairy!

I've never seen a clone fairy....but i believe.
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A cut, with just a top nub and no leaves, fits nicely inside a McDonnalds straw, 1 cut per straw (free at mcD) a few straws vac-packed & put inside bubble mailer> https://store.usps.com/store/product/shipping-supplies/readypost-10-12-x-16-inch-bubble-mailers-P_843062... I have done this with wet paper towel but good case for none..

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It all depends on the shipping method used.

I'd be willing to bet that a clone could survive for a couple months, given the right amount of moisture... (think terrarium)

However, I wouldnt think a cutting would survive nearly as long. Maybe 2 weeks max...

I've taken cuttings out of the trash that were there for 3 days & they rooted just fine. Some cultivars are just survivors!
that is true, but also depends on the temperature, if its hot weather, cuts can be rotten in less than week. especially when most folks try to keep it moist somehow, but moisture helps rotting. I suggest to keep it dry as possible and send it in cold months-
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Just reading through this thread again.

You really don't have to put that much work into sending cuts. They don't need to be rooted and they don't need any fancy packaging.

Take the cuts. Put them in a ziplock and press out the air. Label the baggy. Stick it in a DVD case and send. That's it.

The only issue is outside temperature and shipping time. If it's really hot, they'll start to rot if it takes too long and if it's really cold, they'll freeze. Either way, additional moisture is not going to help so I DO NOT recommend spraying them OR wrapping the stem in a moist paper towel.

Any doubts? Ask the heads in the UK how the Bubba, Chocolate Trip, and ECSD made it across the pond.
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