Caring for your Gifted Clone
Your free clone is rooted in 3” rockwool giving it a good base to absorb and retain moisture keeping it hydrated. When planting we recommend removing the grey plastic wrapper and having the cube fully covered with soil/medium.
When watering newly planted clones it is important to water around the clone away from the rockwool cube so the roots stretch out from the rockwool. Watering directly to the top of the rockwool cube can drown your clone.
Your free clone is accustomed to low intensity 280 watt LED lighting for 18 hours per day and a controlled bug free environment. Slowly ramp up the light intensity if you are growing indoors. If you plant outdoors, it is advisable to acclimatize your clone to outdoor temperatures and elements for a few days.
For indoor and outdoor growing, soil type and moisture retention is important. For indoor applications we like to mix a blend of coco coir (70%) and perlite (30%) to provide optimal growing conditions.
Your gifted clone has been maintained for a minimum of five days after assembly to ensure healthy root growth and overall plant health. If you follow the above recommendations and still have problems with your plant it is usually related to light, soil, water/nutrients or natural elements.
If your free clone fails within two weeks of delivery, Contact us by text or email with a picture of the dead clone in the rockwool cube with the name tag. We will provide a free replacement clone (customer covers shipping) or credit towards future consulting services. Your satisfaction and a successful grow are our main interest.
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