• What are Marijuana Clones?

    Marijuana clones have been around for as long as there have been marijuana plants grown by humans. Not with just marijuana plants, but people have been cloning plants for decades to get exact copies of plants and flowers that have great characteristics.

     

    Marijuana clones are typically cut from a large "mother plant" that is kept in the vegetative stage of growth in order to produce as many small cuttings as possible. These small cuttings, typically about 4-6" tall, are sliced carefully with a razor from the mother plants outer branches. Then, each cutting is dipped in a rooting solution to help stimulate root production from the cutting.

     

    Once the cutting is dipped in the proper rooting gel, it is typically set into a small 2 inch by 2 inch rockwool cube where it will sit for around 2-3 weeks, developing thick, white roots. Once the root base has developed and the plant is growing in a healthy way, it can be transplanted into a larger pot of soil to continue its growth.

     

    The cloning method is great for cannabis growers that want to get identical copies of a valuable strain. Fro example, instead of buying 100 seeds with mixed results, you can buy just 10 seeds and easily take 10 clones from each plant during the vegetative stage for less money and better results.

     

    There are benefits of seeds though. Cannabis seeds develop a strong taproot that will be particularly helpful in outdoor growing environments where wind can push on plants to the point of breakage. However, if you're growing indoors, clones should be fine. They won't experience high winds or other harsh elements that the taproot is most helpful for.

     

    Pests are another concern with clones, as opposed to seeds. It is true that clones can come with pests on them already, but if you buy from a reliable source it shouldn't be an issue. Most professional clone producers keep their facilities extremely clean and sterile, minimizing the chances of the plants you bought coming with some nasty spider mites or other unwanted, crop endangering bugs.

  • Where To buy marijuana clones online?

    It's important that you do your research before buying clones online. Ordering marijuana clones online can be costly, so you want to make sure that the company you purchase from is legit and keeps their clones in sterile conditions. We've found that the team at Marijuana Clones Online have the best variety of strains, quality and shipping method for getting clones to your home safely.

     

    They only ship overnight to ensure the baby marijuana plants don't go without light for too long and start flowering, and each clone is secured in a hard plastic box, secured with foam to make sure they don't move or break in transit.

     

    They have some of the best strains on the market including Gelato, Alien OG, Oreo Cookies, Cement Shoes, Granddaddy Purple and so many more. Their breeders and cultivators have been growing in California with the best for decades, giving them an unparalleled understanding of what strains will work best for their clients. Whether you're a home grower or large scale cultivator, they have both the quality and quantity you need to have a successful high yielding crop of tasty marijuana.

     

    Out of all the services we've experimented with, Marijuana Clones Online has the best of everything as well as a money back guarantee if your clones come damaged. Just take a picture if they arrive less than satisfactory, and their customer support team will replace or refund the order without hesitation.

     

    If you're looking to start your first grow or are in a pinch for premium clones to plant, we can't recommend them more. The team is super friendly, always knowledgeable and eager to help you get the most out of your grow space.

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