Those clones are finished. I would say start with new cuts. The healthier the cuts are, the more vigorous they are in flower. Like riding a wave.The Angel's Breathe cuttings are looking better after a day and a half in the bubble cloner. I added more water to the cloner because I'm not sure if the cutting tips were getting enough water; now the bubbles are popping at the surface right below the tips and they are getting lots of fine mist as they should. Four have perked up, and the other three appear to be improving.
I have a question about the health of these clones. The tips of the cuttings appear to have shrunk in the area where I applied cloning gel. I'm not sure if this is normal and I should just wait for them to root or if I should re-cut and reapply gel to these tips. Any suggestions?
I've read that cloning from topped plants, as I have done here, is more difficult than cloning from lower branches. Fortunately, if these clones don't work out I have plenty of new cuttings I can take from my seedplants, I'll just lose a little time waiting for the clones to root. The main thing I'm going to have to deal with soon is to figure out how to keep my seedplants to a manageable size through the grow. I'm going to go back and read up on the Bonsai Mother pictorial thread.
4mLmicro/6bloom/1-2drops plain bleach/ 8-10drops superthrive per gal. I've tried many many methods of cloning, I stick with perlite now, but when I was experimenting with a bubbler in particular. I guess my best tips would be
-dont let the bubbler get too warm
-place cuttings 1/2inch above water or less
-don't place cuttings too close to the light, or under too intense lighting, until they root
The ones you have that failed just looked like they weren't getting their tips wet, but it looks like you made some adjustments
When I used a gel I actually found it more effective to mix directly into the water, for me anyway. I ran out n even cloned without any hormone at all in bubbler, but I like superthrive for the type of root system produced and that a bottle last forever. Personally prefer perlite to coco was easier for me to get the type of cuts I was looking for, but bubbler was cleaner.
Good luck to ya hope you find what your searching for...