Ill tell you something about that.I can't even get a regular size clone to root.... to say I'm envious is an understatement.
I've also had excellent success (periodically) with plain coco as a rooting media.
I run in some really low RH in the winter months, so the aerocloner eliminated the need for domes, and replaced the temperamental homemade bubble cloners.
@Gentlemancorpse not sure if it's practical in your situation, but take a look into the air layering method.
It saved my bacon after my confidence had been crushed during the great clone genocide I eventually pulled away from.
Air layering, wet coco.
I'll definitely look into it. I also have really low ambient RH for about 4 months a year. I've tried so many methods now but I still just can't clone consistently. I've done the straight coco, a bubble cloner, now I'm trying root riots and a dome... just grabbed some rockwool cubes to try out... I'll try anything at this point lol
I thought we'd solved that problem long ago.
I think I've moved on to blaming my ambient environment....rub salt in the wounds of those that struggle to clone, but it's almost a shock to me when clones don't root.
Sure. I could look up ambient environment to find out whatthekkyallbetalkinbout. But after I employ the lid to the cup, isn't the clone in it's own high humidity environment? Or is that what you mean by 'ambient'? Sure...I could look it up I guess....