How And When To Transplant Cannabis Plants?

Check your clones daily to make sure there is enough water by checking the bottom of the tray or cloning automatically.

To increase humidity, you can spray water on the leaves with a spray bottle. If the clone dies, remove it so that it doesn't cause mold on the other branches and so there is more room for the other branches as well.

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Most clones are ready to be transplanted into the soil in 10-14 days, but some may take longer. You'll know they're ready when the white roots are an inch or two long.

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When preparing for transplant, take care to keep the area sterile. Transplant shock can occur. Therefore, it is important to wear gloves when handling branches.

For transplant: First, put soil in your pot.

Water the soil before placing the clones to keep the soil from moving once the branches are in your new home.

Once the water is drained, use two fingers to dig a hole 1 to 2 inches deep or just enough to bury all the roots.

Lay the branches and cover them with soil carefully.

Cloning can do wonders for your cannabis garden, save time and money, and ensure a genetically consistent harvest. It doesn't take much to get started and if you do it right you can have a steady harvest of your favorite strains all year round.