Medical & Recreational Wholesale Clones For Sale Los Angeles

Before purchasing any clones, we always like to make sure we review a few important points to vet the clone grower and make sure we are off to a good start. Purchasing clones is a great way to increase income per square foot of your grow, and mitigating any risk should be a priority when doing so.

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What to Look For When Purchasing Clones in Los Angeles Ca

  • Look for green leaves, not yellowing, gray, or spotted.
  • All the leaves are straight, and not twisted or bent-over, looking like an eagles claw.
  • The stalk should be light brown or green, not yellow, purple, or dark brown.
  • Review the plant for spots or dots, which could be mold or mildew.
  • Take a magnifying glass to review for bugs.

You can really never be sure of the strain you are purchasing when purchasing clones. Unfortunately the California cloning industry has come under fire over the last few years for cloners giving away bad clones, or less-ideal clones to customers, and keeping the better clones for themselves. This is why its always a good idea to know who is doing your cloning for you and establish a strong relationship with them.

Growing & Buying Clones FAQ

What is Cloning?

Cloning a cannabis or hemp plant is simply cutting off a section of the plant and re-growing it as an additional plant. This is the process used when a grower has a strain they would like to replicate and the process of doing so is cloning the plant with this method.

Doing this stabilizes the genetic makeup of the original plant (to a high degree, not always 100%) and allows a grower to grow more plants systematically.

Can I Buy Multiple Clones at Once in Oregon?

At the moment (early 2017) licensed grows can purchase the amount of clones required to fullfill their licensed quantity/ tier size. For the time being, all Oregon grows can source their cannabis clones from wherever (no questions asked) in order to match industry demand. This rule will certainly not last forever and should be researched on the OLCC clone section before searching our wholesale clone directory in Oregon.

If you are not a commercial grow but a residential grow instead, you can source up to 4 plants at a time per person for the time being. This rule might also change soon but at the moment individuals are able to purchase up to 4 clones for recreational cannabis.

Do I Need a License to Grow Clones in Oregon?

If commercially then yes, if for personal use no, the gray area begins when it comes to medical and recreational and what your purpose of growing is for.

If you are consuming the cannabis, you are able to grow up to the allowed amount of clones as needed or allowed at the current moment, for now medical can grow up to 8 personal plants, recreational can grow up to 4 plants for themselves. This might change very soon as the market is shifting.

Where Can I Find Wholesale Clone Growers in Oregon?

Oregon has a few wholesale clone growers in and around Portland. The issue most of these clone growers are experiencing, is becoming licensed to accommodate the compliance end of Oregons cannabis market, and also matching the demand of Oregons wholesale clone market.

View our selection of wholesale clone growers capable of helping you source your clones for commercial grow. Personal clones will most likely need to be sourced from a dispensary as this typically requires a license to purchase when not growing commercially.

What Should I Look For When Purchasing Wholesale Clones?

Typically you want to know who you are purchasing your wholesale clones from. Often time you’ll see the internet provides very little information about clones and who is offering the cloning service (something we are trying to fix) and if that person has a good reputation. The last thing you want to do is purchase bad clones, and since cloning can be a repetitive deal for your business – it makes sense to know who your are sourcing your clones from.

  • Look for green leaves, not yellowing, gray, or spotted.
  • All the leaves are straight, and not twisted or bent-over, looking like an eagles claw.
  • The stalk should be light brown or green, not yellow, purple, or dark brown.
  • Review the plant for spots or dots, which could be mold or mildew.
  • Take a magnifying glass to review for bugs.

3″ Pot

Lead Time: 5 weeks
Size: 4-6″ Tall
Cost: $10

6″ Pot

Lead Time: 6-8 weeks
Size: 6-14″ Tall
Cost: $15

2 Gal Pot

Lead Time: 8-10 weeks
Size: 14-24″ Tall
Cost: $20

5 Gal Pot

Lead Time: 10+ weeks
Size: 24+” Tall
Cost: $80+

STRAINS ARE ALWAYS CHANGING

Please Call or Email us for Current Strain Availability.

Indica Clones

9 Pound Hammer

9 Pound Hammer is an 80% indica strain that crosses Gooberry, Hells OG, and Jack the Ripper. These dense buds are coated in resin, offering sweet grape and lime flavors. True to its indica dominance, effects are heavy and long-lasting, useful for pain and stress relief. Best grown indoors, 9 Pound Hammer will deliver a heavy yield, flowering between 50 and 60 days.

IDEAL ENVIRONMENT Indoor FLOWERING DAYS 55 AVERAGE YIELD High AVERAGE HEIGHT Medium

Mr. Nice

Mr. Nice is a cross between the legendary G13 strain and the Hash Plant. Previously unavailable since the ’80s, Sensi Seed Bank has put this hybrid on the market again. He is named in honor of Howard Marks, the Oxford graduate who became one of the biggest Marijuana smugglers of our time. After his time in federal prison Howard released his autobiography entitled “Mr. Nice”. This indica dominant plant has extremely dense buds with a sweet smell. Mr. Nice will creep up and provide you with a strong, mellow high.

FLOWERING DAYS 60

Sativa Clones

Allen Wrench

A popular strain for sativa-lovers, Allen Wrench presents the best qualities of its parents, Trainwreck and NYC Diesel with crisp flavors of sour fruit. Its aroma has been characterized as sour and flowery, leaving a lingering scent of fruit. Allen Wrench is known to provide users with a long-lasting cerebral high and fill an entire room with its strong essence. The buds have a dark-green color and dark foliage with orange pistils growing out. Allen Wrench also has a 10-11 week flowering time and medium to medium-high THC content.

Strawberry Cough

Known for its sweet smell of fresh strawberries and an expanding sensation that can make even the most seasoned consumer cough, Strawberry Cough is a potent sativa blend with mysterious genetic origins. The skunky, berry flavors will capture your senses while the cerebral, uplifting effects provide an aura of euphoria that is sure to leave a smile on your face. Strawberry Cough is a great solution for managing social anxieties and to balance yourself in times of elevated stress.

Sange N Sour

Sage N Sour by T.H. Seeds is a 75% sativa strain that unites the sharply pungent Sour Diesel with their SAGE hybrid. With an aroma that closely matches the subtle herbal notes of sage, Sage N Sour delivers a perfect balance of euphoria, energy, and happiness to its consumer. Growers will appreciate the generous yields this sativa has to offer following its 60 to 65 day flowering cycle.

Vortex

Vortex by TGA Genetics is a 80/20 sativa-dominant strain whose potency will pull you into a whirling mass of euphoria like a cosmic riptide. Its celestial parents Space Queen and Apollo 13 pass on a sweet and sour lemon aroma accented by notes of tropical mango, while its inherited effects can range from racy and energetic to heavy and disorienting. The staggering THC content of Vortex has won this sativa several awards including High Times’ Best Sativa in 2010 and the High Times “Top 10” in 2007.

IDEAL ENVIRONMENT Indoor FLOWERING DAYS 56 AVERAGE YIELD Medium AVERAGE HEIGHT Medium

Hybrid Clones

Agent Orange

Don’t let the name scare you! The only herbicidal warfare Agent Orange will wage is between the excellence of this strain’s flavors and uplifting effects. A well-balanced hybrid that combines the smooth Orange Velvet with the bold Jack the Ripper, Agent Orange will capture your senses. Wonderful smells of oranges and fresh-cut citrus fruit will entice you immediately, while the pigments of deep maroon and purple will make this bud stand out in a sea of green. The effects are uplifting and motivating, serving as a great mood enhancer if you are feeling lethargic or depressed.

FLOWERING DAYS 65

Animal Cookies

Animal Cookies is the child of the legendary hybrid marijuana strains Girl Scout Cookies and Fire OG. This clone-only strain flowers in 9-10 weeks, and grows into dense, frosty green buds tipped with purple. True to its name, Animal Cookies has a sweet, sour aroma with heavy full-body effects that will impress any veteran consumer. This potent medicine might be overkill for mild symptoms, but its ability to obliterate severe pain and insomnia is unprecedented.

FLOWERING DAYS 65

Blue Dream

Blue Dream, a sativa-dominant hybrid originating in California, has achieved legendary status among West Coast strains. Crossing a Blueberry indica with the sativa Haze, Blue Dream balances full-body relaxation with gentle cerebral invigoration. Novice and veteran consumers alike enjoy the level effects of Blue Dream, which ease you gently into a calm euphoria. Some Blue Dream phenotypes express a more indica-like look and feel, but the sativa-leaning variety remains most prevalent.

With a sweet berry aroma redolent of its Blueberry parent, Blue Dream delivers swift symptom relief without heavy sedative effects. This makes Blue Dream a popular daytime medicine for patients treating pain, depression, nausea, and other ailments requiring a high THC strain.

GROW DIFFICULTY Moderate FLOWERING DAYS 67 AVERAGE YIELD High AVERAGE HEIGHT Tall OUTDOOR FINISH Early – Mid October

Sunset Sherbet

Heir to the Girl Scout Cookies throne is Sunset Sherbet (or Sunset Sherbert), an indica-leaning hybrid with intoxicatingly potent effects. Sunset Sherbet inherits the genetic lineage of its Girl Scout Cookies parent, whose ancestors include the famed OG Kush, Cherry Pie, and Durban Poison. Crossed with an indica known as Pink Panties, Sunset Sherbet exhibits powerful full-body effects elevated by a jolt of cerebral energy. A complex aroma colors Sunset Sherbet with notes of skunky citrus, sweet berry, and that candy-like smell redolent of its Girl Scout Cookies parent. Stress, tension, and sour moods melt away with the carefree mindset and physical relaxation that comes with this rich hybrid.

24k Gold

Also known as Kosher Tangie, 24k Gold is a 60% indica-dominant hybrid that combines the legendary LA strain Kosher Kush with champion sativa Tangie to create something quite unique. Growing tall in its vegetative cycle and very stretchy in flower, this one will need an experienced hand when grown indoors. Most phenotypes will exhibit a sweet orange aroma from the Tangie along with the dark coloration of the Kosher Kush, and will offer a strong citrus flavor when smoked or vaped. THC levels range from 18% to 24%; definitely not for novice users!

Blueberry Headband

Several renditions of the Blueberry Headband hybrid are known to exist, which is unsurprising considering the popularity of its parent strains, but the original Blueberry Headband from NorCal’s Emerald Triangle Seeds is the most documented version. Rather than a simple cross of Headband and Blueberry, the ETS version combines ‘76 Blueberry, Emerald OG Kush, Cali Sour D, and Pre-98 Bubba Kush into a 50/50 indica-sativa hybrid that smells of diesel, berries and pepper. Growers can expect medium-tall, bushy plants with huge yields of highly resinous colas. Blueberry Headband produces a hybrid-type high, with a nice cerebral rush and relaxing body effect.

Orange Cookies

Orange Cookies bred by Franchise Genetics is a hybrid that combines Orange Juice with the renowned Girl Scout Cookies. A flavor-packed strain, Orange Cookies expresses itself with a strong aroma of sweet citrus that closely resembles a fresh tangerine. The flavors of Orange Cookies gives way to deep calming body effects that mingle with a euphoric cerebral buzz to leave you happy and relaxed.

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Growing & Buying Clones FAQ

What is Cloning?
Cloning a cannabis or hemp plant is simply cutting off a section of the plant and re-growing it as an additional plant. This is the process used when a grower has a strain they would like to replicate and the process of doing so is cloning the plant with this method. Doing this stabilizes the genetic makeup of the original plant (to a high degree, not always 100%) and allows a grower to grow more plants systematically.
Can I Buy Multiple Clones at Once?
At the moment (early 2017)most licensed grows can purchase the amount of clones required to fullfill their licensed quantity/ tier size. For the time being, all grows can source their cannabis clones from wherever (no questions asked in certain states, make sure yours allows this!!) in order to match industry demand. This rule will certainly not last forever and should be for example researched on the OLCC clone section before purchasing any clones in the USA. If you are not a commercial grow but a residential grow instead, you can source up to 4 plants at a time per person for the time being. This rule might also change soon but at the moment individuals are able to purchase up to 4 clones for recreational cannabis – in some states.
Do I Need a License to Grow Clones?
If commercially then yes, if for personal use no, the gray area begins when it comes to medical and recreational and what your purpose of growing is for – make sure you look into the rules and regulations for your state. If you are consuming the cannabis, you are able to grow up to the allowed amount of clones as needed or allowed at the current moment, for now medical can grow up to 8 personal plants, recreational can grow up to 4 plants for themselves. This might change very soon as the market is shifting.
Where Can I Find Wholesale Clone Growers?
Many states have a few wholesale clone growers in and around major metropolitan areas, we suggest checking your local listings but can also contact us (which is why we are here). The issue most of these clone growers are experiencing, is becoming licensed to accommodate the compliance end of the local cannabis market, and also matching the demand of the local wholesale clone market. View our selection of wholesale clone growers capable of helping you source your clones for commercial grow. Personal clones will most likely need to be sourced from a dispensary as this typically requires a license to purchase when not growing commercially.
What Should I Look For When Purchasing Wholesale Clones?
Typically you want to know who you are purchasing your wholesale clones from. Often time you’ll see the internet provides very little information about clones and who is offering the cloning service (something we are trying to fix) and if that person has a good reputation. The last thing you want to do is purchase bad clones, and since cloning can be a repetitive deal for your business – it makes sense to know who your are sourcing your clones from.
  • Look for green leaves, not yellowing, gray, or spotted.
  • All the leaves are straight, and not twisted or bent-over, looking like an eagles claw.
  • The stalk should be light brown or green, not yellow, purple, or dark brown.
  • Review the plant for spots or dots, which could be mold or mildew.
  • Take a magnifying glass to review for bugs.
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