Finally, a place to go online to talk directly with a marijuana cloning expert! Only because I'm not doing this anymore can I officially come out of the closet and start teaching other people. Phwew! It was a rough ride producing cannabis clones for all those years under constant threat of federal and local authorities. We had close calls several times, and finally, we decided to pack it in for the next phase of life. 18 years of personally managing dozens of employees, dealing with bug infestations, navigating the wildly seasonal market, and fighting off cops and robbers, and it was time for a change.
Now I'm happy to teach others to grow high quality marijuana clones. You can learn either by reading this blog, buying my ebook, or hiring me to do on-site consulting.
I'll add a new post at least once a week, and we'll talk about the many aspects of growing your own clones. I'll tell you just a little to get you off the ground on today's post.
The fundamental key of rooting a high percentage of marijuana clones is to balance air, light, and moisture in a very consistent way inside your clone tray. Keep the root zone between 78-82 degrees, keep the medium moist, but not wet, and use just about 30 watts of fluorescent light. Then, start with your dome closed for a day, then open it a little, then more, then more, till your cannabis clones are ready to survive without a dome at all.
I will write posts based on your suggestions, so email me, and we'll get the ball rolling.
Jennifer Martin is a pioneer in American cannabis cloning. Having supplied Bay Area marijuana dispensaries since the passage of Prop 215 in 1996, she helped bring over 2 million marijuana plants into the world. She also won the 1998 San Francisco Bay Area Cannabis Cup with the strain Bubbleberry, by a 32-point spread on a scale of 200. She has never entered a Cannabis Cup since due to her focus on cloning.