Micropropagation is basically a clone/plantlet that is about a tenth of the size of a normal clone. The micropropagation process takes longer than conventional cloning methodologies, but it promotes a small foot print for plant output as well as allows for clean clones to be replicated for the purpose of ensuring consistency within the cultivation process.
Selecting a healthy mother plant is key to achieving quick root development during the cloning process. The stem of the area you select to cut should appear green with no signs of deficiency. A healthy clone will produce roots within 7-14 days.