Marijuana Cloning Techniques Explained
Marijuana Cloning Techniques Explained

Understanding how to clone cannabis plants is just another aspect of marijuana farming. Marijuana cloning gives you the opportunity to keep your favorite strain going for years and can considerably improve your chances of a fruitful harvest and overall yield something to consider when looking to buy the best clones for sale on the market.

Clones are cuttings off plants that in the end grow roots. Once root systems are formed, clones can then be planted to produce new plants that are very similar to the plants they were taken from.

Marijuana Cloning Processes

Once you’ve understood it perfectly, cloning marijuana becomes like second nature. There’re actually a few different techniques of cloning marijuana.

These consist of cloning in rockwool, soil, and water. Each technique is simple and what works best for you boils down to personal preference.

1.     Cloning Marijuana in Rockwool

Utilizing rockwool for clones is one of the most common marijuana cloning techniques. It’s simple and quick and provides promising results.

Firstly, immerse your rockwool cube in water with a pH balance of 5.5 for approximately two hours.

Next, take your healthy cuttings and clip all the leaves off, except for the few at the top. Immerse the bottom of the cuttings in cloning powder or gel and then inject the stems into rockwool cubes.

You’ll want to put your cut marijuana clones under no less than eighteen hours of light a day. CFL light bulbs will work fine for giving cuttings the light they require to start rooting.

For the best results, marijuana clones in rockwool must be kept at a temperature between 22-24°C. Humidity levels should be more than 90%. Utilizing this technique should ensure roots start to grow in 7-12 days.

2.     Cloning Marijuana in Water

Cloning marijuana in water is perhaps the simplest process of cloning there is. You can literally take your cuttings, take away all the fully-grown leaves, and put the stalk in a beaker filled with tap water.

Keep the cutting in indirect light, and you should see roots start to form in just two to three weeks.

Adding root hormones or cloning gel can considerably increase your chances of root growth in water.  But, this isn’t necessary. Keeping the water fresh and ensuring its pH balanced at 5.5 can also increase your success in cloning marijuana in water.

3.     Cloning Marijuana in Soil

Rooting your marijuana clones in soil is another incredibly simple cloning method. Just take your cuttings from your mother plants at that 45-degree angle and get rid of any mature leaves on the stalk.

Immerse the stalk in water and then immerse it into your cloning powder or gel. Quickly stick the stalk into soil saturated with water. Roots should start to grow in about two weeks.

Final Thoughts

These are just the basics to get you going on cloning your marijuana plants. To ensure your success, you may want to think about putting your marijuana clones under a humidity dome that provides an environment favorable for root growth.

And always ensure you’re working in a disinfected environment. Treat your marijuana clones with the care they need when they’re still young, and you’ll find they grow into healthy, mature marijuana plants.