Help! How to care for clones after tansplanting?

Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by niwde, May 13, 2010.

  1. I have two clones that were cut from the mother plant two and a half weeks ago and were transplanted to soil 5 days ago. They appear to be healthy however I don't know how to care for them now...I am misting them twice a day everyday and feeding them nutes once every three days.

    How do I care for the plants now, do I continue misting them or should I start watering them regularly?

    Are they ready to be treated as a normal plant in vegetation?

    Can anyone with experience cloning plants please help? Thank you :eek:

    Additional Information:
    -clones are under 6 x 25watt CFL lights 24 hours a day about 2 inches away from plants
    -my vegetation room has 600 MH lights (metal halide)
    -the strain is purple haze X trainwreck
  2. Just treat them like a regular plant, that's what they are :) I never mist unless applying some treatment, you just don't need it. Good job on cloning! If it's fresh soil then you probably won't need to feed for a few weeks, look for them to start looking pale then start with 1/4 - 1/2 strength veg nutes. Good Luck!

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