i am gonna try cloning about 20 plants from fem moms in a few weeks. after my sweety took a bottom trim off a 3 week old veg plant. she stuck it in a red dixie cup in 2 in. of water from the tap. ph is 7.6 roughly. after 2 to 3 weeks in front of window, roots started to pop as well as pistols. growing roots and trying to flower in front of window as well a really thick trunk.Nice job, it looks good. I switched my cloning to just straight up cuts dipped in hormone and right into soil. Been on a 100% success rate.
if the ham is getting 100% success with gel, im gonna try that 1st. am comfortable in dirt also. no learning curve, mistakes, clogged nozzels etc. would very much consider a dome lg. enough to accommodate 20 cuttings in dixie cups. gonna goog, see whats up on domes. even if i got 60%, theres plenty of lollypop cuttings. pup, i got the freezer almost complete. waiting on led, motion wireless lighting to come. used bwanabuds 1/4 inch poly coated galv.screen. really came out nice. will post pics soon. the rh in basement is holding at 40% now. thats what u use and i"ll give it a good try. thanksI also used to use a bubble cloner. I have used the EZ-cloner with great success, and the bubble cloner with solid success but now that I am scaled down so much, I just go strait into coco coir/pearlite in solo cups after dipping into clone gel. I think the key to these working well for me is that I got large clear bottles and cut the bottoms off to use them as domes. I spray them every day with some water that has a tiny amount of nutes that include rooting tonic and then spray the domes to keep the humidity high and within a couple weeks, I see new growth begin.
When I see the new growth begin, I know the rooting was successful. At that point I take the dome off. I keep my cuttings under lower light T5 24hrs until they begin to show new growth, then I turn up the lights and begin feeding a little more. This method has been about the easiest method for me. But if I was cloning more than 4 plants at a time, I would move to the cloners as they are more for the big multiples.