More moisture needed in dome?
I treat clones like seedlings, temps 78-82 and RH 65-70% and with using soil make sure the medium stays nice and damp
@OGIncognito I’m getting 80-90% , 75 degrees with top on. Do u apply Clonex directly? I’m wondering why they look wilted
Fresh cuttings will look that for a few days, I do use clonex but I use a small hydro bubbler
I find if they stand back up, or are still upright at day 7 they virtually always make it.
My only tip is less leaf. Cut these too. But there honestly are so many ways to clone. I do clone in soil just like you. And get those cut off leaf nodes into the soil.
The ones in the photo failed, but I figured it out yes, less leaves, more nodes and scratches the tissue at bottom where u need new roots to develop, then dip in rooting hormones, nutrient rich water at bottom of tray and mist with water 2x daily and I have successfully cloned
And in a month you can up-pot her like this was, today
This clone was a clone dome farm resident (outdoors, poor lighting, no direct sun) since August (photo below)
Clone addiction is real.
Snip half the blade off. Becomes leaf reduction and marker for new growth (un-cut).
My whole fall grow is clones, from re-veged spring harvested plants.
Nice set up.
I am a serial cloner and always interested in new methods.
Learned dome cloning last spring (always cloned no-dome, before).
Dome cloning is easier. Clone Dome Farm Summer 2023
Yea I have 2 tents now one full veg n clone and one with 4 always Flower
I have had good success cloning Acapulco Gold in potting soil without the use of a dome. I tried cloning Granddaddy Purple using the same technique and it was a complete failure. I tried cloning GDP again using a dome. After a week it still looked good so I removed the dome and after a day it is wilted and looks miserable so I propped it up and replaced the dome. Now waiting to see if it has recovered.
Is cloning success strain dependent?
Not sure, possibly Auto/Photo relationship.