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12 Responses

  1. Ibogaine306 says:

    Hey man. I do 24 hours of light for clones. They don’t mind. We Irish love
    the green, don ‘t we? PS Watch your reflection in the Mylar.

  2. TheIrishPitbull08 says:

    Make your own out of a shallow storage tote from Walmart, stirofoam from
    home depot and some $1 baskets from hydro store that are made for gutter
    systems and and 15$ air pump. Cut holes to basket sizes, hook it up and
    fill with hydro veg nutes. Save yourself 250$

  3. WelderRDT says:

    Very nice clones-deep water horticulture is the fastest, best way to start
    em. 3 days in the rockwool=roots.

  4. TheIrishPitbull08 says:

    Thanks bro, but I am 100% legal. 🙂

  5. Apollo the third says:

    Is it normal if roots start to brown some in the reservoir about a month
    afer sprouting? Mine were super white until today but the plants are still
    growing at a fast pace.

  6. Anthony video maker says:

    how long to root clones?

  7. T1ger8oi says:

    isnt it bad for the roots to see light?

  8. koolgrower says:

    Great looking clones! Thanks for all the information you shared. I think
    one of the most difficult challenges that any grower can face in gardening
    is making their clones grow faster. You really did a great job in making
    those clones produce great looking roots. Congratulations!

  9. paul ladesma says:

    hey how wher did you get your clone bubbler? did you make it your self?

  10. legolegend96 says:

    Did you use air pump and sub pump?

  11. facevalue says:

    3:34 those are gorgeous roots. me likes

  12. jaspertodd says:

    Is that Rapid Rooter Plugs your using?I ask cause iam kinda new to this.And
    wanted to ask how long till i can place them into my hydroponic setup with
    Nutirents?I started seeds in tray dome covered tray with a heatmat.There
    about a inch hight on day 4.Yuo think its to soon to transplant them?Thank
    you for the info.