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The Growing Trend of Cannabis Clones in Today's Market

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A look at the rise of cannabis clones in the industry.

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Despite inhospitable New England weather, the number of outdoor cannabis farms in Massachusetts has doubled in just three years. This increase in cultivation has led to a growing demand for cannabis clones, as growers seek to replicate successful plant genetics and improve their crop yields. Cloning, the process of creating genetically identical copies of a plant, has become a popular method for ensuring consistency and quality in the cannabis industry.

The Justice Department has formally moved to reclassify marijuana as a less dangerous drug, a historic shift in generations of U.S. drug policy. This reclassification could have far-reaching implications for the cannabis industry, including potentially opening up new opportunities for research and development of cannabis clones.

A recent YouGov poll found that 7% of poll participants indicated that they had already purchased cannabis clones or seeds. This data suggests a growing interest in cloning among cannabis consumers, as they seek to grow their own plants at home or expand their cultivation operations.

Colorado's marijuana growers can procure genetics from a wider variety of sources, but some say the new regulations aren't flexible enough. This has led to an increased interest in cannabis clones, as growers look for ways to ensure the quality and consistency of their crops.

The Biden administration suggested reclassifying cannabis so that it's listed at the same level as ketamine instead of drugs such as heroin. This potential reclassification could have a significant impact on the cannabis industry, including the production and distribution of cannabis clones.

Consumers in states where medical and recreational marijuana are legal may not notice changes, but weed businesses will be allowed greater flexibility. This could lead to an increased focus on cannabis clones as a means of ensuring a reliable and consistent product for consumers.

Ohio's marijuana law goes into effect Thursday under Issue 2 — which Ohioans passed with 57% of the vote. But a bipartisan majority in the state has expressed interest in exploring the potential benefits of cannabis clones for both medical and recreational use.

PR Newswire. ORLEANS, Mass., May 18, 2024. ORLEANS, Mass., May 18, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- Agway of Cape Cod and Seaside Cannabis Company announce a new partnership to offer high-quality cannabis clones to customers in the Massachusetts area.

3 Tips to Keep Plants Short. Tip 1: Minimize veg time. To optimize production, ideally plants will grow 24 to 36 inches indoors and 48 to 60 inches outdoors. By using cannabis clones, growers can ensure that their plants stay within the desired height range for maximum yield.

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