Cloning

pameladmillus11

Active Member
Yesterday I just cloned for the first time. I cut my clones at an angle, used cloning gel , then put them n a soaked cube block and put them in a humidity dome under lights with my plants. They are all wilting this morning. Is this normal ? The cube is still moist
 

Burt Hooter

Active Member
How bright is the light they are under.
I sometimes mist with denatured water in a spray bottle.
I use a small t5 light for cloning in a sperate small tent. If its really bright were you have them, shade them with some bigger plants.
They all wilt a bit at first.
 

pameladmillus11

Active Member
How bright is the light they are under.
I sometimes mist with denatured water in a spray bottle.
I use a small t5 light for cloning in a sperate small tent. If its really bright were you have them, shade them with some bigger plants.
They all wilt a bit at first.

Do I clip all of the leaves or just one. I have seen leaf clipping on clones I have bought from the dispensary. I read to clip them all. I’m just not sure
 

Star Dog

Well-Known Member
I take my clones from low on the plant. the older limbs. not the top.
Older woody stem doesn't root so readily your better with fresh green shoots.

A bit of wilting isn't unusual they'll be fine if the humidity and temperature is close enough.

Eta... You can wrap some moss/rock wool around the stem of the plants so your cuts will root on the plant, once rooted cut off and pot them.
Search for air layering if it's any interest to you.
 

pameladmillus11

Active Member
Older woody stem doesn't root so readily your better with fresh green shoots.

A bit of wilting isn't unusual they'll be fine if the humidity and temperature is close enough.

Eta... You can wrap some moss/rock wool around the stem of the plants so your cuts will root on the plant, once rooted cut off and pot them.
Search for air layering if it's any interest to you.

Thank u so much !
 
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