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Hydroponics / Aeroponics forums; can i put cuttings straight iinto 2" net pots filled with hydroton pebbles straight into a homemade ezcloner?, thanks ...
can i put cuttings straight iinto 2" net pots filled with hydroton pebbles straight into a homemade ezcloner?, thanks
I haven't heard of putting clones in just pebbles. You need rockwool or atleast a cup of water. Could you explain, or I am mistaken?
Originally Posted by jpeg666
no need, all you need is the 2" net pot and a neoprene collar. no hydroton needed. the whole point of an "aeroponic" cloner is to spray water directly on the cut stem at regular intervals
Blocker: I'd listen to DC-4 or see what the following people have to say about cloning. I wish there was an easier way, but from what you ask, I get the impression you might be new to this so I’d suggest you RTFB and refer to the following resources. Probably Cervantes, Rosenthal and Green will be the most helpful to you.
1. Read: SeeMoreBud’s, “marijuana BUDS FOR LESS- GROW 8 OZ. OF BUDS FOR LESS THAN $100.” It’s a must for dirt gardeners using CFL’s.
2. You’ll also want to read: Mc McCarthy’s, “GROWING marijuana.” It’s another must for dirt gardeners.
3. Read: Jorge Cervantes’s, “marijuana HORTICULTURE THE INDOOR/ OUTDOOR MEDICAL GROWER’S BIBLE.” It’s great for dirt and hydro.
4. Read: Ed Rosenthal’s, “marijuana GROWER’S HANDBOOK.”
5. “THE CANNABIS GROW BIBLE- SECOND EDITION,” written by Greg Green, is a match, if not better than, the ones listed above.
6. You should also subscribe to, “HIGH TIMES,” magazine. Each issue is full of useful information and excellent photography.
7. You might also want to subscribe to www.gardenandgreenhouse.net. It’s free and they offer a monthly news letter that always has a lot of good information, especially for newbies.
8. A lot of local hydroponics stores offer free weekend gardening classes. Admittedly they offer these classes as a means of boosting sales but they present some good information and they’re frequently taught by experienced gardeners.
All these resources are very well written, well illustrated and packed with information that will answer most of your questions before you know to ask them. Doing your homework before you grow by consulting these resources will save you and your plants a lot of stress. These forums are great but often they’re the blind leading the blind and when you do get it from a knowledgeable source they frequently can’t get the information you need to you in a timely fashion. I sincerely hope this helps. HSA