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Super simple cloning

Sunshine

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Still no movement on the 2 x Top Dawgs, they're both stubbornly refusing to show any signs of rooting whatsoever. I really don't like giving up on any plant but I'm going to have to pull the plug on these tonight.
The Fruitwrecks and Red Dragons on the other hand are growing nicely, so nicely in fact that one of the fruitwrecks is already big enough to take another cut from 🌱
 

Alphatoy

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I know some of you guys mentioned you'd not cloned before so I thought I'd take a couple of pics while I take some cuts from the Fruitwreck.
This method is quick easy and almost fool proof πŸ˜„

The equipment: Shot glass full of tap water, sharp clean scissors, plastic bottle cut down to act as humidity dome.
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The method: Now find some small branches, 2.5-3 inches is a good length and chop the stems at 45 degree or steeper angle, strip the lower stem of leaves, cut any large leaves in half to reduce transpiration and put them in the water.
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Care: The key thing now is to keep the cuts cool, heat is the enemy. The shot glass now gets covered with a 2 litre bottle to act as a humidity dome, roots will appear in a couple of weeks and the clones are exact copies of the mother they are taken from so you can preserve your favourite strain/pheno indefinitely.
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It's as easy as that, no chemicals or hormones just water and throw away plastic, I'll update in a couple of weeks when the roots are appearing 🌱
If anyone wants more detail or pics of prepping the cut once a stems been removed let me know and I'll take some and edit them in ;)
Hope that helps someone πŸ‘
sunshine what are you doing cutting clones or sheering sheep with those cutters haha
 
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