How To Clone Tomato Plants?

– Cloning tomato plants ensures a steady supply of identical, healthy tomatoes.

– Select a healthy, vigorous tomato plant for cloning.

– Prepare the cuttings considering timing and seasonal factors.

Make a 45-degree cut below the node with sharp scissors or pruning shears.

Apply rooting hormone to the cuttings to increase rooting success.

– Root the cuttings in either water or soil, noting that water propagation may result in weaker roots.

Transplant the clones once new growth and a well-established root system appear.

– Water clones once or twice a day with pH-balanced water until roots develop.

Maintain consistent temperature and humidity levels for successful cloning.

Tomato cloning produces multiple identical plants from a single parent plant.