Cloning is easy for everyone and guaranteed to succeed. It is important to cut the branches of a plant with a sharp knife, attaches it to a solution (made by soaking pieces of willow twigs in water, a homemade root hormone), and in a week or so the cuttings grow roots and become the plant's own roots.
Marijuana farmers call this cloning, but gardeners usually call it "cuttings". Whether you are a small gardener, a large farmer, or a marijuana/seed producer, cloning is a great tool because of the following results: savings and increased production.
Let me make it clear that I am not saying "clones not seeds", but both clones and seeds. This is a step-by-step guide through the process. You can buy marijuana clones at Mendo Bros store online.
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When the plants are mature enough, take ten branches from each Burmese plant and be sure to mark which plants come from each branch (with letters or numbers) that match with parent clones).
If 100 or more clones have visible roots, switch the light mode to flowering plants (12 hours, 12 hours rest). Within a week – at most two – bud plants show. Kill all-male clones as soon as they appear to eliminate the risk of pollinating your plants, which means the shoots are planted.
You must now have five Burmese women high in buds with about five weeks of fattening before harvest and 50 guaranteed female clones that need a transplant.
This new clone will dominate under 18 or 24 hours of light. Just before these 50 are ready for planting, you can clone them and get an unlimited supply of guaranteed Burmese female cannabis plants.