In cloning, cuttings are taken from a mother plant in the vegetative growth stage, and rooted to be grown as a separate plant. These cuttings will grow to be identical plants of the mother plant and will preserve its characteristics. You can continue to make clones once your plant has reached the vegetative stage. Cloning is also very handy when growing large crops and it is a great way to continue to grow your favorite plant for years to come.
When buying clones, it is recommended that you keep them in quarantine for a period of 2 weeks in order to avoid any risk of a fungus or pests. All clones are manually inspected by laboratories approved by the Oregon Health Authority for any evidence of mold, mildew and pesticides. The State does not require that clones be inspected for pests, which is another reason we recommend a period of quarantine. Keep in mind that pests are easily transmitted in clothing, pets and anything else these tiny little bugs could possibly adhere too. It is also recommended that you change your clothing prior to entering your indoor garden and changing out of your clothes after gardening as well. Keeping pets away from your indoor garden is also important as once your garden has been contaminated, it will be extremely difficult to get rid of them. Most often than not, you will have to take your entire garden down, bleach, disinfect all areas and start over. Our clone selection is always changing so we ask you to call us for current strains and stock availability or if you have any questions. Spring is pretty much here and it is the perfect time to start your indoor or outdoor garden! Recreational customers are allowed to purchase 4 clones from 10/1/2015 through 12/31/2016. Medical customers are allowed 18 clones per day. Clones are $20 for MEDICAL patients and $25 (includes tax) for RECREATIONAL customers.