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Consistently check that your ventilation system is providing little to no breeze through. Too much breeze could dry out your clone, while too little breeze will keep the air stagnant, opening the possibility for pests and other bacteria. Little to no breeze is preferred.

There are all sorts of ways to grow your own marijuana. Some people prefer seeds for natural growth reasons, others prefer growing clones, which are a quicker, more effective way of growing genetically identical buds that were first produced from a mother plant. Amazingly, cannabis is one of the few plants on earth that have the ability to regrow themselves from their former selves. Though the term clone may seem weird and Orwellian, many dispensaries have caught on to this new way of growing. It’s a great way to start your own harvest from a mother plant you really enjoy.
To start cloning, you will need a razor for taking cuttings, water, rooting medium and rooting hormone. Wipe down all trays, scissors, blades, cutting board and prop dome down with a mild bleach solution and thoroughly rinse before starting.

Check out a few of these tips to help keep your clones alive and thriving.
Check out a few of these tips to help keep your clones alive and thriving.
Cloning isn’t a difficult process, but it is tedious. Unfortunately, we can’t offer a comprehensive article on every aspect of growing clones, but we can provide a few tips and pointers to help your little clone grow big and strong.
Make sure your infrastructure is built for growing clones. No matter where you’re growing, you want to be sure you have ventilation, a systematic light source, room for all plants and other necessities. If you are growing a fresh batch of new clones, try to grow them in a small nursery where they are set apart from your more mature plants as they will need more attention.
Be sure to use a healthy mother to clone. The sturdier the mother, the healthier the clone. Try and wait at least two months into the mother’s cycle before taking a cutting.

Be sure to QUICKLY slide the treated end of your clone into the rooting plug or pellet. A snug fit to the cut stem is essential. Sometimes a cutting won’t stick and take in necessary moisture and when that happens, it’s game over. Your clone will wither and die.

Check out a few of these tips to help keep your clones alive and thriving.