Colorado Clones for Sale – The Best Genetics!
If you’re living in or have visited Colorado recently, you’ve undoubtedly seen Colorado cannabis dispensaries and products. You can purchase basically any cannabis good you can think of, from Colorado edibles to tinctures, marijuana lotion and angel salve , beverages, Colorado THC oil and other varieties of concentrates and so much more.
But did you know you can also legally purchase and grow Colorado clones ?
Growing your own cannabis may have never crossed your mind. Or maybe you’ve always wanted to try your hand at growing your own stash, but simply don’t know where to find weed clones for sale in Colorado . This article is here to help.
What are Cannabis Clones?
A cannabis clone is essentially a baby cannabis plant that can be grown and harvested. It’s taken from a mother plant and carries on identical genes as its parent. Yes — that really means all genetics. A marijuana clone will grow up to smoke, taste and provide the same effects or high as its parent. So if you have some favorite Colorado weed strains , you can find clones of a preferred strain and grow it with your own two hands! And because clones are female, they will always produce cannabis flower.
Even the best clones in Colorado are created using quite a simple process. A small piece of a healthy female plant, even just one branch, can be used to create a clone. That clipped piece is then dipped in something called cloning gel, which helps the clone thrive when it’s re-planted.
Colorado Clones: What’s Legal?
Buying and growing Colorado clones at home is totally legal, but there are limits. Let’s go through the basics:
- Anyone 21 years old and over with a valid government ID can purchase Colorado cannabis clones ;
- Colorado clones , under absolutely no circumstances, are allowed to travel out of state;
- Colorado residents 21+ can have up to six cannabis plants growing in their home, with up to three flowering plants;
- In residences with more than one 21+ Colorado resident, there is a 12 plant maximum per household;
- Colorado cannabis clones and plants must be kept in an enclosed and locked area that is not easily viewed, that includes being viewable in a private backyard;
- No homegrown cannabis product can be sold.
Characteristics of the Best Clones in Colorado
Growing from a clone has some benefits over marijuana seeds. Clones typically grow faster, simpler and they are guaranteed female. One downside about clones is that they can be susceptible to disease and pests. But if you know what to look for when shopping for clones for sale in Colorado , you can avoid these issues.
To identify the best clones in Colorado , look for the following characteristics:
When looking at weed clones for sale in Colorado , it’s vital to examine the fibrous roots of the clone. Unlike cannabis plants grown from seeds, marijuana clones do not grow a tap root, a root structure that penetrates deep into the soil and help the plant stay rooted and hydrated. So while you won’t see a tap root on clones, you should see strong, white, protruding roots. Any yellowing or discoloration of the roots can cause major problems for the health of the plant.
The best clones in Colorado are going to have healthy leaves. What does a healthy leaf look like? It should be sturdily attached to a healthy branch without any discoloration, wilting or spotting. When on the hunt for Colorado cannabis clones , look to see that new baby leaves are starting to form.
No Pest Issues
While you’re looking at the leaves of marijuana clones, check to make sure there are no signs of pest infestation. This is vital! Bringing home one clone full of pests can ruin any other plants in your home. If there are small white dots on the leaves or any visible bite marks, it’s a definite sign that you aren’t looking at a good quality clone.
Weed clones for sale in Colorado can vary in color. There isn’t a specific green you are looking for, but rather a consistency in color throughout the entire plant. If there is a yellowing stem or a brown spot on a leaf, these are all signs that you should look elsewhere.
How Much do Clones Cost in Colorado?
Colorado cannabis clones cost anywhere from $10 to $30 per plant for recreational customers and $12 to $25 for medical marijuana patients. As with anything in life, you get what you pay for with clones. A cheap clone might seem like a good deal, but may not even survive to flower any useful product. Be sure to examine clones closely for the characteristics listed above and be willing to pay a higher price for stronger genetics, popular Colorado weed strains and overall healthier clones.
Where to Buy the Best Clones in Colorado?
Fewer and fewer dispensaries have weed clones for sale in Colorado , but with The Spot 420, you’re in luck. Not only are their Colorado super clones strong and healthy, they come from a lineage of superior genetics. You can even tour The Spot 420’s grow facility to see some of their thriving adult plants. When it comes to clones for sale, Colorado has no better source than The Spot 420.
If you’re looking for the best clones for sale, visit The Spot 420’s Pueblo West and, Trinidad Colorado dispensary locations .
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