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#86850 assigned defect

Why do my Marijuana Clones deteriorate?

Reported by: anonymous Owned by:
Priority: major Milestone: Commissioning
Component: Zeus Core Version: 2.0
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If you have an cannabis plant and are looking for the reason why your clones are dying there are some steps you can take to ensure that your cuttings are healthy. First, you must ensure that you have an appropriate stock plant. It must be free from diseases and pests and sufficient in size to support your replicas. If you are using a cutting from an established mother plant, it is important to make sure that you cut it while the plant is actively growing. Do not fertilize the mother plant prior to cutting it. This will cause the plant to lose energy to produce photosynthesis and slow the growth of your copies. Second, you must keep your work area as clean as possible. It is important to disinfect your tools and scissors to avoid contamination.

If you have a marijuana clone that is dying because of too much vegetation, it's possible that the plant is soaked with excessive moisture. This can result in mold spores spreading from one plant to the next. It is important to maintain a consistent temperature in your clones. You should also introduce fresh air into them daily. Avoid overwatering as it may cause problems for the growth of your clones.

Avoid over-planting because it could result in pre-flowering. This could result in plants producing less flowers than they need. This could result in the clones dying when you use an environment that has less light. You can regulate the temperature of your Clones through humidity domes and mists. This will let you regulate the flow of air to the plant.

In addition, excessive vegetation can create a problem for your marijuana . The more vegetation your clones have, the more energy they will require. You could also be a victim of mold if you aren't able to control the amount of humidity they absorb. To increase humidity in your garden you can use humidity domes or mistings. If you don't want your weed to turn mouldy, you can try spraying the soil with water to keep it moist.

The clones of your marijuana plants can be affected by excessive vegetation. They require plenty of light to grow, but they aren't able to absorb enough moisture. This is why they are pre-flowering. If you have too much plant, you may end up damaging your plants' clones. The easiest solution is to lower the amount of light entering your plant room. A humidity dome is the best method to cut down on the darkness in your plant rooms.

It is crucial to not treat your marijuana clones in a way that is too harsh. This can lead to mold growth which could then affect other marijuana clones. It is a good idea to give your clones the proper space to develop. Do not overcrowd them. They must have enough light to flourish. Also, you should let the soil breathe well. Proper ventilation will allow the bushes grow faster.

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