Cloning with bio root in soil...first time cloning...need advice

Discussion in 'Experiences' started by Biggfoot, Feb 16, 2016.

  1. hoathienduy

    hoathienduy Registered

    Triệt lông tại nhà đơn giản
  2. trickx4u

    trickx4u Registered

    Good info, but the cut should be at a 45% on the stem, this provides a larger area for roots to form, something I picked up outta the Cannabis grow bible I think.....peace
  3. garylee

    garylee Registered

    Guys are right. Your environment looks dry without the proper 70% humidity. There is also way to much foilage. The plant is spending all of its energy on maintaining that. All lower branches should be pinched off and the uppers can even have the tips of the leaves cut to help as well. You could also use some VERY weak additive in your water like seaweed, humic acid, B1, phosphorous, and a micro-nutrient fertilizer including zinc. Experiment with these different additives and use what works best for you. You can also use a heat mat for the plants to sit on to keep your roots warm.
    Above all keep the nutes and additives weak. It doesn't take much to wipe out your clones while they are in their touchy condition. Good luck and I wish you the best.
  4. jakebyrd

    jakebyrd Registered

    Did they make it?

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