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How to clone herbs for your hydroponic garden

It looks like when it comes to growing Herbs quickly in hydroponics systems it’s easier to start from an existing plant than from seeds. First, you know what you are getting as you can see the mother plant, then with seeds there is always a chance of failing along the process.

Here are the easiest 9 herbs to clone from existing plants: mint, Oregano, Sage, Basil, Stevia, Thyme, Rosemary, Lemon Balm, Chives

We talked here about propagating Basil by cloning an existing plant.

Khang Starr has an explanatory video on how to propagate Rosemary From Cuttings

and here a more generic video on cloning from Everest Fernandez

How To Take Cuttings – 4 Minute Guide to Clones and Cloning

And most importantly, how often do you need to re-water cuttings?

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