After doing extensive research on the subject I have decided to do some clone testing with materials I have lying around to see if I get at least a good idea of what practices need better exploration in terms of my system, but I must admit some of these practices may have subtle nuances that would take special knowledge or testing to dial in, I simply want to see what works best for this experiment and then choose a new control group or proceed with just water for the next. In essence I am testing what organic additives will work best for organic cloning and this particular experiment involves rockwool but I am also conducting similar operations with aero, soil and coco. It could be that rockwool is not good for organic cloning and soil or cocoa would be a better choice which is what I fear may be discovered trying what few organic aeroponic options that are practical, but I have hope that rockwool should provide a good medium for organics. The organic flowering additives I have chosen for this test are . Container 1 1. Aloe blended(small piece) 2. Cinnamon 3. Neem Honey 4. Neem Honey + Cinnamon 5.Start Boost maybe 1-3 ml in a cup of water 6. Fasilitor+small amount of start boost Container 2 1. Honey 2. Maxicrop - 3. Humbolt Natural Bloom 4. Humbolt Natural Grow 5. Protekt 6. Rhizotonic Rockwool has been washed out as recommended by manfacturer from 4 to 5 ph swing using citric acid and then drained of most moisture by stacking I do remember being told or maybe finding out through testing that rhizo and fasilitor are not good for clones but I still want to give them a chance and it will not be a large % of the clones. All the things I want to try in future rounds for rooting that I think of: Azos, Beneficials (caps+?), Bio Canna Veg + Bloom, Teas, Willow, IBA powder, IBA, Organic Cloning Solution but please recommend any that I havent already covered. I would like to start making blended solutions like was done with the aloe to test out different fresh compounds. I feel as though most roots put in the food processor would do the trick as a rooting compound, like making a dandelion root fermented plant extract. Which brings up the whole FPE line of testing but many of those things are not practical to be making into an FPE in small batches. I know there is a ton of products but maybe ground up fresh roots will turn out to be the best. Would be a nice way to recycle the roots!