I really like the idea of cloning. I am a major supporter of genetics research and hope to be a breeder of this beautiful plant one day. Using the cloning method is a perfect way to keep your strain constant and need to get good at this.
I am open to all advice and criticisms. Just know that I WILL ALWAYS stick to DWC growing/cloning. It is the method i prefer best so when giving advice, please don't just tell me to switch to aeroponics or something. It's like telling a english major
Seeds continue to look good. Any advice, +rep, criticisms, are appreciated. Here is what my seedlings look like and their root systems:
Reffering to first 3 and "Plant 1" and second 3 pictures as "plant 2." Both, this morning, had a PH=6.0 and have been holding steady
Updated 03-24-2012 at 10:43 AM by Clone'o'matic420
Started these seeds on March 2nd and transferred them into the expanding clay pellets on the 7th. This is the grow set up:
Type: Deep Water Culture
Lights: T5, 4 foot, 8 bulb, 6500K
Medium: Expanding clay pebbles in 8" net bucket lids
Nutrients: currently in full Vegetative state, 33% of full recommended strength solution, of General Hydroponics Flora series using gro, bloom, and micro.
Plants are looking extremely healthy. I have never seen pictures