You can expect the clones to take root in 7 to 14 days. The actual time this will take will depend on a number of factors, which are described below
The health of the plant from which the clone originates will determine how quickly the clone can (or should) grow roots. If the parent plant is unhealthy, the clone will not have all the nutrients and resources to quickly develop healthy roots, or in extreme cases will not take root at all.
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On the other hand, if the mother is too healthy and watery enough, the clone will get everything it needs for a few days. This will increase the time it takes for the clone to produce roots, but ensures the clone remains healthy throughout the process.
In other words, clones taken from healthy parent plants have a better chance of survival and are ultimately healthier. However, you won't have much coercion or pressure to take root any time soon.
The temperature of your environment must be within healthy limits to promote optimal growth. If the area is too cold, growth will slow down and possibly stop altogether.
If the area is too hot, the plant becomes stressed, which causes the stomata on the plant's leaves to close off and interfere with a gas exchange – affecting photosynthesis. The temperature must be kept below 28 degrees to prevent this.