2" EZ Clone Type Custom Colored Neoprene Collars
30 count Multi Colored Pak
6/White, 4/Purple, 4/Blue, 4/Green, 4/Orange, 4/Red, 4/Charcoal
Use our Collars from Clone to Harvest!
Easily Identify Plants, NO More Lost or Faded Marking Tags!
Separate Cuttings in your Cloner By:
• Strain / Genetics
• Clone Date
• Where cutting came from & more
Our Neoprene Collars are different! They Hold Cuttings Firmly Yet Allow for Normal Water Translocation Thru the cuttings.
Inserts fit EZ Clone, Turbo Clone, Power Clone and Most 2" Net Pots Used In DIY Hydroponic Systems
No more tags to get lost or fade
Tips for successful cloning:
1. Always keep tools clean.
Clippers, Razor Blade or Scalpel, Cutting Board, Container of RO or Bottled (non-chlorine) Water.
Clean Razor Blades with Rubbing Alcohol to Remove Oily Residue.
2. Be gentle with new cuttings, some plants shock easily.
Use Clippers to cut a stem with 2-4 sets of leaves. Approx 4" cutting
Use Razor Blade or Scalpel To Make a 45 Degree Cut on the Cutting Stem. Be Prepared in Advance to Immediately Set
Cutting in Water, Rooting Gel Hormone or Specifically Made Cloning Nutrients.
3. In a Hydroponic or Aeroponic system, use of a timer is critical.
Too Much Water Spray Can Cause Cuttings to Wilt or Rot. Not Enough Water Spray Can Cause Plants to Wilt & Die. Continuously Running the Pump Can Cause Cloner Water to Get Too Warm Over Time Can Promote Root Rot.
We prefer timers that are capable of 1 minute on and 5 minutes off.
4. Set your Cloner PH at 5.7 - 5.8
You can use cloning gels or special clone nutrients as well as plain non-clorinated low PPM water.
(be sure if you use plain water to watch closely for roots. Once rooted the new clones need food.)
5. Keep lights a safe distance from new cuttings!
Plants can get light burn, don't risk losing your cuttings to intense light heat. Put your hand above the cuttings
If your hand feels warm, the lights are too close for new cuttings. Once cuttings are over the shock of moving
gradually lower lights daily or every other day for intense growth.
6. Some plants root faster than others.
For slower rooting cuttings, consider foliar feeding to help keep them stable until they start growing roots.
7. Take notes, your plants will tell you what works and doesn't.
Every environment is different. The only way you are going to know what works for you in the beginning is to take notes.
Change of temperature, Humidity, PPM, Light Cycle are all helpful to maintaining a successful garden.
8. Start Cloning!