Cloning success

Frosty78

In Bloom
Ive spent a decade going through 9 different turbokloners from 24 site to 144 and just as many homemade with hingeless coleman coolers, 2” hole bits pvc manifold etc
And what's the solution? What's your preferred method then mate. What did you settle on? I'm not interested in wasting a decade seeing as I'm starting out indoors lol. Outdoors ice had down pat for decades lol
 
And what's the solution? What's your preferred method then mate. What did you settle on? I'm not interested in wasting a decade seeing as I'm starting out indoors lol. Outdoors ice had down pat for decades lol
If you have the power capacity to properly control your environment then the machine are the way. I always rebuild the manifold and replaced the pump with a lower wattage and put them on timers 15 min on 15 off
 
Heater or frozen water bottles can easily control water temps its the humidity swing, dew point exposure, condensation, spore heaven. Some machines sell domes as well. Inserts are hard to properly clean the expensive ones you can sterilize in the oven are worth the investment and awesome deep clean the manifold sprayers everything in between every run. Lots of work in volume. Forced me to switch to plugs and trays, very hard to ship a rooted clone from the machine vs rooted in grodan cubes, peat or coco plugs
 
Leatherman knife
Rapid Rooters preferred (or peat pucks)
Rooting gel, then dipped into powder as well
No nutes in clone medium
Inverted see-thru Sterilite container
Lights sit on "top" of see-thru basin
Clones sit on "bottom" lid
Spray, click and lock it shut
Extreme light foliar feed every few days
99-100% success
About 8 to 10 days for the strong, quick ones


I never had a single clone root in my cloner, and it screwed up my entire rotation/staggered harvests, so I hate them.
Mine now sits on the shelf collecting dust, pumps scavenged for other stuff.
 
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