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Cloning is asexual reproduction Cuttings are taken from a mother plant in vegatative growth and rooted in hydroponic medium to be grown as a separate plant The offspring will be plants that are identical to the parent plant Cloning preserves the character of your favorite plant Cloning can make an ocean of green out of a single plant so it is a powerful tool for growing large crops and will fill a closet quickly with your favorite genetics When you find the plant you want to be your buddy for the rest of your life you can keep that plants genetic character alive for decades and pass it on to your childrens children Propagate and share it with others to keep a copy should your own line die out A clone can be taken from a clone at least 20 times and probably more so dont worry about myths of reduced vigor Many reports indicate its not a problem Cloning will open you to the risk of a fungus or pests wiping out the whole crop so its important to pick plants that exhibit great resistance to fungus and pests Pick the plant you feel will be the most reliable to reproduce in large scale based on health growth rate resistance to pests and potency The quality of the high and the type of buzz you get will be a very important determining factor Take cuttings for clones before you move plants from vegetative grow area to the flowering area Low branches are cut to increase air circulation under the green canopy Rooted clones are moved to the vegetative growth area and new clones are started in the cloning area using the low branch cuttings Each cycle of growth will take from 4-8 weeks so you can constantly be growing in 3 stages and harvesting every 6-8 weeks
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