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Cloning on gurilla site?

Discussion in 'Growing Marijuana Outdoors' started by danlou84, Mar 12, 2012.

  1. Looking to clone my bitches but want to clone on site.

    Are there any straight to soil cloning methods?
     
  2. for a clone, because of the necessity of high humidity (aka a humidity dome), i would highly recommend doing clones indoors. once they've shown roots, 10-14 days in, then they can go in the soil and be outside no prob.
     
  3. I haven't got that option
     
  4. I've always thought a 2 liter coke bottle with the bottom cut off would work well on site. I am going to try it this year.
     
  5. If you use a rooting gel and put the clone straight into dirt and keep it nice and hydrated it should work just fine. I have done this and am planning to again.
     
  6. [quote name='"brianles"']I've always thought a 2 liter coke bottle with the bottom cut off would work well on site. I am going to try it this year.[/quote]

    Yes use the 2 liters cut the bottoms an there are your humidity dome. It will help alot
     
  7. #7 mjmama25, Mar 13, 2012
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    This will only work if you keep them in a totally shady place. If the sun hits your clones it will cook them, dome or not. It may help to keep a white towel over the dome so they only get filtered light. You could easily get a cloning dome set up at the hydro store for about $10-$20 and keep that in the shade at your grow site along with a mister bottle.

    Dome and tray= $10
    10 pack rapid rooters=$5
    Clonex Cloning Gel=$5
     
  8. #8 pigpen03, Mar 13, 2012
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    okay i have a perfect idea for ya.

    so like stated above.

    use the 2L dome.

    im gonna paint a picture for you, literally

    outdoor cloner.jpg
     
  9. Like others have said, you will want to use a temporary dome, and what I've done in the past, is I've used scrub and brush from the surrounding area to build temporary shade...

    Not only does it provide shade, and allow very adequate diffused light, but it can protect the plants from trampling by curious deer, and other animals, while they are young and vulnerable. It will also help hide your shiny dome/s, although hopefully, no one will be walking through to spot your patch even from a distance, anyhow!


    In a week or up to three weeks, depending on your climate and how fast they root and become stable, you can remove the domes (bottle, whatever you used) and the brush, and let them grow as normal. :)
     
  10. it was pure luck, but i have taken a broken stem and put it as far into the ground as i could without covering any leaves and watered the hell out of it. it had been broken off and left outside by my dad. i came back about 3 days later and put it in the ground. i think i got lucky because after that it rained pretty well for about 5 days, but it turned out to me a pretty sturdy little clone.
     
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