No I wish some tomatoes use branches to support em when they start getting large see pic that was a couple weeks ago they grow like crazy didn't even plant em this year they seeded themselves go figure!
Yeah seems to work well just a clock globe I had sitting around but just fyi they sell a cutting bell similar to this online several places some are nicer than others but think im going to get one more like the one I attached
Whats your usual turn around right now I've only completely done one cutting took a month to really get going but I didn't have a dome instead I used a solo cup thinking this dome I had from an old clock is just the ticket though as the growth immediately has continued vs the cup it stopped growing until I replanted into soil at 30 days from cut but then she took off pretty quick! Thanks
Yeah unfortunately I keep my 9mm setup with shotshell big game have 4 or so of those to start off with then 13 RIP in case there's a need for punishment plus the big game shotshells take care of critters really good raccoons, possum, ground hog, one shot and their gone so they're my favorite wouldn't kill a person though just messed up a little lol really let my pits take care of it!
So I'm looking into cloning techniques and was wondering which yall use or prefer not really into hydro yet so sticking to soil for indoor looking at using foxfarm soil thanks ahead of time for your input and suggestions!
Thanks for that info appreciate that insight planning too August 1st next time I add my next round of compost manure 1st and 15 and I usually turn it into the soil outside the branch reach currently that and a fish emulsion I make from pan fish I fish outta the reseavor behind my house feed them with that twice a week seems to be a good nutrient setup for these girls.