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How to clone marijuana plants in soil

Make sure to never contaminate your rooting gel or cloning powder. The slightest dust or dirt in the jar can spoil your cloning efforts. Never dip the clones directly in the jar with the gel or powder. Always take the required amount of gel or powder and put it into an external tray. Dip the clones in there. Store cloning gels and powders in a dark and cool place.

When you clone a cannabis plant, the clone will always be the same age and at the same growing stage as the parent. One of the best times to take clones is just before you flower the mother plant.
Your clones are ready to be transplanted when you see roots coming out the Rockwool or starter cubes.

Remember that your new clones don’t have roots, they need moist and misty conditions. Frequently mist to keep their leaves moist especially in the first week. Watch out for mould growth. If the clones are under a humidity dome, lift the top several times a day to prevent mould from growing.
Be patient. Most clones should start rooting in several days, but some can take several weeks until they grow roots.
Although it sounds complicated, cloning a cannabis plant is a relatively straight forward process. You just need to know how. We have put together a guide covering the fundamentals.
Cloning cannabis involves cutting a piece of a plant and giving it the opportunity to grow new roots from its stem. Yet, if you do some reading around on cloning cannabis on the internet, you may find different opinions on the best way to go about it. While some cloning methods may vary, some guidelines apply to all methods. To get you started with cloning right, the first piece of important advice is to always select your best and healthiest plants for cloning. Let’s look at the required steps for cannabis cloning in more detail.
Don’t hesitate to grow more clones than you think you will need. Not all clones will always turn out a success, especially if you’re still new to cloning. It can be a good idea if you grow more just in case you should lose some.

What’s special about cloning cannabis is that the clone will have the same genetics as the parent. This means that the new plant will have identical qualities and characteristics. If you take a clone from a female, you will know for sure that the new plant will be female too. If you have a favourite cannabis plant with qualities that you like, such as a great taste, good potency or yield, you can grow dozens of free copies of this plant.

How to clone your cannabis plants. Learn how to get clones from your cannabis plants and how to grow your clones easily.

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Part 2 of the series where Gary shows you how to build your own cloning bucket can be found here: https://youtu.be/aXGkAAUJUJg

Part 3 of the series where Gary gives his tips and tricks on cleaning, filling, and maintaining your cloner and pumps can be found here: https://youtu.be/cUpPW8SKhEQ
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Part 1 of the series where Gary gives a detailed intro to clones, cloning, and their tips and tricks can be found here: https://youtu.be/nqR217ZphfI
Part 4 of the series where Gary gives 15 tricks to successfully cloning can be found here: https://youtu.be/Mt3TCYExfDM
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Gary from PA Hydroponics adds on to the series on cloning by showing you how to clone in soil instead of in a hydroponic clone machine.

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