Cannabis Clone Tips

Cannabis Clone Tips

Special care is needed for cannabis clones to grow into premium healthy flower.
Check out a few tips on how to care for these fragile little beauties.
Clones go through 2 Cycles in their lifetime.
1. The vegetative cycle
2. Flowering Cycle.
During the vegetative cycle, a plant is doing the majority of its root and foliage growth and should be receiving roughly
18 hours of light and 6 hours of darkness each day. If clones are not kept in the vegetative grow state long enough
this can cause something called pre-flowering.
The flowering cycle is the point at which the plant is receiving roughly 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness
It’s important to watch for signs of heat stress such as drooping or curling leaves. Using a mycorrhiza
Product will prevent shock.
Most clones are kept under 24 hours of light in nurseries. Often the clones are kept under fluorescent or LED lighting
and are not yet used to strong or powerful light/heat given off from the sun.
If you’re growing outdoors, It’s important to introduce your clones to sunlight (after transplant) in a gradual, slow
manner. Starting with partial shade and indirect sunlight will be beneficial for the first few days. The partial sun will get
them invigorated to grow and the shade will ensure the heat is not so strong that they are overwhelmed and go into
shock.
Make sure to check the moisture of the actual rockwool cube for the first week or two. Within two weeks the plant will
develop a stronger root system, and this will not be an issue.
If you have any questions on how to prepare your clones or which media to use for conditioning such as Coco coir
blocks or root gel, we’ve got you covered.
The expert staff here at Guerilla Grow are here to help you!

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