Originally Posted by DeMonet
I know this is old, but what's the secret? Every time I've tried taking very large clones, they wilted and died pretty quickly.
well, your mileage may vary but I use a grow tray with those plastic medium holders with rockwool and roto rooter plugs, I don't spray the clones with water but I put in a generous amount of tap water (mixed with leftover nutrients from watering mother plants) every 5-6 daysdays in the tray and that's enough to keep them alive. within 2 weeks they grow roots and are ready for the big time
the key is low light, cutting/trimming fan leaves and warm temps. always keep the medium wet and warm. its best to remove extra branches that impede the rooting process
if all else fails, moisten some fox farms or roots organic soil, and plant large clones after applying rooting hormone like dip and grow
sorry if I didn't explain in detail before