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There are many different ways to clone your plants, but aerocloners may be the fastest. You can buy them easily enough but for those of you that enjoy DIY or that don’t want to spring for the extra cash, I’ve lifted some plans to build your own for a fraction of the price. Many thanks to KingRalph from ICMag for putting this together. The rest of this issue are the step-by-step plans to build your own. Thanks for reading, and I hope you enjoy!

Parts List:

  • 350GPH Danner Supreme Mag-Drive Utility Pump Model 3 (Model 5 500GPH for larger units)
  • 35x 2inch Neoprene Insert Collars (only 50cents a pop in the 35x bag
  • 12x Aeroponic Misters (EZ-Cloner replacement sprayers, Mister 320 etc)
  • 1x Rubbermaid Roughneck 31gal Tub or equivalent
  • Schedule 40 PVC
  • 1x 1/2″ Pipe in length
  • 1x 1/2″ Female Connector
  • 4x 1/2″ Elbows
  • 3x 1/2″ Tees

TOOLS

  • Drill
  • 2″ Holesaw
  • 11/32 Drill Bit (or 10/32 tap)
  • Glue Gun + Glue (or 2″ netpots)
  • Composite Hacksaw (something to cut PVC)

Have you pulled these things out of your back pocket yet? Vundeba, let’s begin constructing…

1. Screw the 1/2″ Female PVC onto the pump output…

2. Cut PVC pipe for a length that ends up at least 6″ below the top of the tub. Remember, you can always cut more off later, so don’t cut too short. Clean all ends of plastic, and stick the pipe in the pump’s fitting.
3. Stick 1/2″ Tee on the pipe…
4. Cut 2 equal lengths to go the long distance of the tub…
5. Put the 2 last Tees on the ends…
6. Cut 4 equal length short pieces and stick in Tees after cleaned…
7. Attach the 4 elbows…
8. Measure and Cut 2 more equal length pieces to fit your rectangle, clean, and check to see how your barebones fits together…
9. Now take apart the PVC and with an 11/32 drill bit (or 10/32 tap) drill holes for the sprayers in the pipes, and screw in the misters. sealing these isn’t really necessary, also your pvc should fit together tightly enough not to need sealing either.
As you can see that 18gal tub was a bit small, so i got the 31gal with plenty of space. Longer PVC, more misters, and a bigger pump and tub will allow you a bigger cloner, simple as that, design remains the same…

10. The Lid… drill the 2″ holes you need. Clean the stray plastic off the holes without enlarging them, do no cut the plastic further yknow. Here you can either drop in 2″ netpots, or what i had to do on some is to hot glue around the outside of the hole so the neoprene collars stuck in nicely, no netpot to fall in or for roots to get tangled in, or to buy note: experience has shown users to cut the bottom half of netpots off so roots are not damaged on removal…

Keep an eye on temps, they should be 68-78, 75F optimal.

That’s it. I hope some of you find this tutorial helpful. Until next time… May your gardens be green and your bud jars full.

Peace, KB

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