Cannabis cloning is fairly easy and should be done when the plant has grown vegetative. Cloning involves taking a known piece of a parent plant and creating another plant with the same genetic makeup.
The mother plant should be an energetic and healthy female plant with lots of shoots for cuttings. You can also get San Jose clones for sale at https://mendobros.com/san-jose/.
When the clones grow vegetative and take root, they grow rapidly immediately after the bat. This is a good habit to practice when cutting clones.
Plant clones that do not flower (i.e. 2 weeks after flowering) can produce small shoots over an 18 hour rooting period.
However, they taper into vegetative growth quite rapidly when placed in a vegetative light cycle or the long days after rooting.
Plants cloned during the flowering process (when bloom is visible) take longer to return to rapid vegetative growth and time is wasted.
Sometimes a plant does not return to healthy vegetative growth depending on many factors such as the stem.
This means that plants adopt a constant growth pattern of one to four leaves and are not as compact if they have regular five, seven, or nine leaf patterns.
Plants are much less productive than clones taken during vegetative growth.
If the rooting medium is in a liquid solution all the time, the cuttings will take root slowly and the cuttings develop a thinner root tissue that leaves the plant for productivity.