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    Love this guide bud clones in the past aint worked amazing for me but now I feel it should be a walk in the park haha cheers mukka

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    I know this post hasn't been commented on in a while, but hoping I can get an answer. First I would very much like to thank you for this tutorial! I used it to attempt my first clones recently. It's been about 8 or 9 days since I've cut them (I wrote it down but don't have my notebook on me at the moment). I'm not seeing any roots yet, but I know it can take a while for them to show. But I've started getting a bit of fungus on two of the clones where the stem meets the rockwool. What should I do about this?

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    Why do you cut the ends of the leaves off?


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    Quote Originally Posted by zakamy View Post
    Why do you cut the ends of the leaves off?


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    Moisture retention. He says this above where he chops the leaves. The

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodstocknation View Post
    I know this post hasn't been commented on in a while, but hoping I can get an answer. First I would very much like to thank you for this tutorial! I used it to attempt my first clones recently. It's been about 8 or 9 days since I've cut them (I wrote it down but don't have my notebook on me at the moment). I'm not seeing any roots yet, but I know it can take a while for them to show. But I've started getting a bit of fungus on two of the clones where the stem meets the rockwool. What should I do about this?

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    Pictures? Fungus or mold or don't you know? Possibly algae?

    I get algae growth under intense lights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fwank View Post
    Pictures? Fungus or mold or don't you know? Possibly algae?

    I get algae growth under intense lights.

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    I think it may be mold. I used a fungicide on it that I found at the store on it as an experiment. I'm not too worried if I lose it as I have another from the same plant that's going strong. Hopefully this will work!





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    Quote Originally Posted by woodstocknation View Post
    I think it may be mold. I used a fungicide on it that I found at the store on it as an experiment. I'm not too worried if I lose it as I have another from the same plant that's going strong. Hopefully this will work!





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    I checked my old rock wool today and I had white spots on them.

    They have been sat in a dark room moist for 2 weeks untouched.
    Definitely mold by the looks of it.

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    Just done some cuttings. Started on Thursday. Will update when roots show

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    would soaking the jiffy/rockwool in water with a splash of rhiz make much of a difference?? or is plain water fine Bud?


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    You dont need it thats for sure. The clonex has all thats needed for the start. I would commence with the rhizo/bennies as soon as you see the roots appear. What i do when i do cuttings is dip in gelvand then into some great white. Again the great white isnt needed. Iv got by with just clonex just fine myself.

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    Jiffy’s work just as well Bud ?? same procedure


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    This is corkin' stuff, ta! I've wondered for yonks what the purple stem could be and now it seems obvious with the current weather and my set up. It can be quite random which plant or plants make show signs.

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    Good tutorial.
    I am planning on cloning feminised blueberry headband + chocolate mint og.
    I will take pictures when I do and upload results. Probs in 2 weeks time.

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    Nice easy to follow thread, appreciated

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