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I need to clone my plants when they are done flowering
    #495273 - 11/05/10 03:29 AM (7 years, 7 months ago)

I've tried taking clones from vegging plants right before I flowered, but none of them produced any roots.  I took proper cuttings from big bushy veg plants, each cutting being 3-5 inches tall.  Once I had removed them from the plant I took a sterile razor blade and removed the lower leaf nodes and peeled off a strip of the stem at the bottom.  Then I dipped the bottom in cloning/rooting gel and put them in organic soil cups.  They were set directly underneath fluorescent lights.  I even had a humidifier blowing in moisture inside a cheap plastic clone dome that they were in.  I need to clone these plants after they've flowered and reverted back to veg.  I need to know the most sufficient way of cloning and the best way to help a flowered plant continue to live and revert back to veg.


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Re: I need to clone my plants when they are done flowering [Re: ShameMaker]
    #500759 - 11/25/10 08:21 AM (7 years, 6 months ago)

ive been cloning a super lemon haze for over 6mos now and all have been done in fox farm soil,after doing this on 5 consecutive grows i have never lost a clone yet.
i read a thread somewhere and use that tech.
basically what youre doing but after cutting and trimming i suck any "air" out of the stem and place cuttings in a cup of water for several hrs,before using the clone x gel and planting in soil.
ive always had excellent root growth in 2-3 weeks
i put them in clear tupperware/cups so i can see the root growth.
hope this helps

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Re: I need to clone my plants when they are done flowering [Re: browncityredneck]
    #528704 - 02/19/11 01:44 PM (7 years, 3 months ago)

dude that is a dank idea to put it in water for a couple of hours... might even speed it up by a lot.

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