Buying, trading, selling, and shipping marijuana clones has become big business since full marijuana legalization took hold in Colorado, California, Oregon, Washington, and other states.
If you live in Canada, try here.
And a big favorite of growers buying marijuana clones is Budbay.
When you’re buying marijuana clones you want:
- A moneyback guarantee.
- Rare, reliable, potent, high-value strains.
- Absolutely zero pests, diseases, viruses, etc.
- Diversity in pricing, genetics, size.
- Visible, developed root systems.
- Reasonable prices.
- Cybersecurity and stealth shipping security.
- Secure in-person pickup.
- Trackable shipping.
- Rooted in rockwool cubes is preferable.
- If seller says the clones are “rare cuts,” get proof of authenticity such as genetic testing, lab testing, photographs of clones and motherplants.
Marijuana clones are sold commercially in three sizes: babies, teens, and adults.
Babies are clones with 3-5 leaf sets, a few roots, and not more than 7-8 inches tall.
Teens are 8-15 inches tall, with many leaf sets, and a thick root mass.
Adults are rooted, developed plants, often in their own pots.
Teens and adult marijuana clones are more than ready to be put immediately into bloom phase, if that’s what you want to do.
Pricing for mainstream strains like Blue Dream, OG Kush, Sour Diesel, Girl Scout Cookies, Super Silver Haze, Jack Herer, Grape Ape, and Gorilla Glue #4 are 10$ for babies, $15-25 for teens, and $25-50 for adults.
If you’re purchasing rare cuts, expect to pay hundreds if not thousands of dollars.
Be aware that the rare cuts marijuana clones industry is full of scammers.
When someone asks you for thousands of dollars for one clone, unless the seller can provide amazing proof that this particular clone is one of the strongest, most productive strains on earth, don’t waste your money.
I guarantee you that if you buy superb cannabis seeds such as those made by Subcool TGA Genetics, grow them out, and carefully select favorite phenotypes to use as motherplants and breeding males, you’ll do better than spending hundreds if not thousands of dollars on “rare cuts.”
In legalized states, some sellers offer package rates on boxes of marijuana clones.
This option is used most by commercial growers who want to buy dozens or hundreds of marijuana clones all at once to install in a warehouse grow op or an outdoor plantation.
Many clone sellers ship plants in small containers custom-made for marijuana clones, which you can see and purchase here.
Take a look at the video below, which shows you how to ship marijuana clones.
Now you know the latest insider information on buying and shipping marijuana clones!