About oxyCLONE

Get Your Clone On with oxyCLONE!

The oxyCLONE was originally developed to clone an herb from Thailand (Gynura procumbens). It is a blend of Eastern and Western ideas with years of development and rigorous testing. Thousands of these machines were placed throughout the United States, sold through hydroponics shops. The goal has always been to provide a high quality cloning system at an affordable price.

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The oxyCLONE is now available at hydroponics shops and garden centers. This easy-to-use cloning system is available in three sizes to accommodate 20, 40, or 80 clones. Each oxyCLONE comes with two full color sets of oxyCERTS, featuring our no-pinch design.

The oxyCLONE is powered by Hydrofarm’s premium water and air pumps, delivering consistent turbulence and oxygen. This is the heart of our system. Each submersible water pump has a Venturi feature to generate air bubbles. Active Aqua air pumps and air stones generate even more bubbles, and the air regulator knob can be used to adjust output. No other cloner delivers dissolved oxygen like the oxyCLONE.

Oxygen equals life!

The oxyCLONE is for professionals, hobbyists, and anyone in between. Cloning gels and solutions are optional and may enhance results. Most of our clients use only municipal tap water. Other users have reported excellent results with bottled spring water. Distilled water and reverse osmosis water should be avoided in this system.

The secret to oxyCLONE’s success is our super-oxygenated, recirculating, turbulent water. Keeping your water as oxygenated as possible is critical to success. With high levels of aeration, the oxyCLONE can succeed in environments where aeroponic cloners fail.

The oxyCLONE is ready to go right out of the box. Add water, and plug it in. Add your cuttings, and you are done! We do emphasize the need to clean your machine between cycles. Simple three minute setup instructions are included.

While periodic viewings are necessary, please avoid looking inside the machine daily. High levels of oxygen and humidity will accumulate under the lid. We call this the oxyZONE. Every time you raise the lid, the oxyZONE escapes, and you risk exposing your cuttings to unwanted bacteria or mold.

It may take some practice to achieve 100% success rates, but the oxyCLONE makes it easy!  Get your clone on!