- oxyCLONE 20 is a simple, compact, recirculating cloning system
- Won't leak or clog, made from food-grade BPA-free plastic
- Maximum oxygenation
- Evaporative cooling means less retained heat
Aeroponic Hydroponic Cloner 3 Mister Water Spray Bar Manifold EZ Clone Cloner 6"
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Reducing Water Usage in the GrowroomJanuary 31, 2016 - Dope Magazine
How much water does a cannabis plant need? If listening to the news or some politicians in California, they'll tell you it takes up to six gallons a day, per plant. Multiply that by the number of cannabis plants cultivated in California each year and...
From Soil To Insurance: How Some Companies See Opportunities in CannabisJune 13, 2017 - Reno Public Radio
So this is a soil and a peatmoss mix,” says General Manager Brandon Heller. The Grow Shop General Manager Brandon Heller shows how big a plant could grow inside the store's growing medium. Gardeners plant the seed in the pre-dug hole and feed it...
Homemade Hydroponic Cloner
A simple hydroponic cloner that can be built by just about anyone. This little cloner will get the job done just like to big expensive ones but at a fraction of the price. Don't let people...
DIY Hydroponic Cloner & Germination System
After frustrations of failures in using rock wool cubes sitting in a tray with water to germinate seeds, I build a system to germinate seeds or propagate cuttings on any hydroponic growing...
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International Coleus Society Cultivar Trials and RegistrationInternational Coleus Society. 2017
This 104 page guide is the State of the Genus report in the genus Coleus, an important group of tropical, annual bedding plants and house plants. This 2016 update covers the full array of named, unnamed, and trademarked clones evaluated by the International Coleus Society in their "real world" containerized trial garden. It also covers the last two years of cultivar registrations up to #1551 (added December 2016) with detailed descriptions and very large, high-resolution, digital images. Many cultivars have never been published before and several appear no where else in literature.