Clearly, aeroponic cloning has come a long way since the crude “bubble cloners” of a few decades ago where many growers made use of coffee cans and had cloning gardens in their basements.
But the principle behind these cloning techniques has remained the same, where nutrient solutions were sprayed or applied on suspended cuttings, keeping them moist and controlling the other factors including light, temperature, etc., as much as you possibly can until shiny white roots start to appear.
Together with other cultivation enthusiasts, growers, doctors and scientists, and just about anybody whose interests were piqued with the hydroponic phenomenon, GrowersHouse stood witness to the evolution of hydroponic propagation, hydroponic businesses, and everything else hydroponic related.
Today, a great number of organizations, companies, and businesses are continuously popping here and there with an extensive variety of “plug and play” aero cloners, cloning solutions, root enhancers, and other relevant cloning tools and devices.
And while much of the hydroponic world has yet to be tapped and delved into and we’re just experiencing the advent of the hydroponic propagating business and industry, whether you’re looking to start a mini hydroponic garden in your basement or sell DIY cloners or offer hydroponic-sitting services, it’s best to be well educated about hydroponics for you to fully enjoy the great wonders it actually brings.
To close, whether you’ve been inspired by the content above or are looking to jump-start a small hydroponic-related business, head on over to our site at GrowersHouse and find unlimited resources that will surely give you a better understanding of the wonderful world of hydroponics.