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MedMar Healing Center, Taking Clone Pre-Orders for High-Quality Medical Marijuana Strains
Date:4/3/2013

(PRWEB) April 03, 2013

When it comes to growing high-quality medical marijuana, many people are unsure where to begin. That’s because they are often unaware that the best route is usually to start from a clone, rather than from seeds. When it comes down to it, the cloning process is the most important aspect in growing a high-quality medical marijuana strain that offers vigor and momentum. Growing from clones, rather than seeds, is preferable for a variety of reasons.

“Cloning is the most effective way to ensure that you are getting a high-quality strain,” explains Douglas Chloupek of MedMar Healing Center. “Growing your own medical marijuana plants from a clone is also more cost effective than if you were to start from using a seed.”

Jade Kline, founder of the CannAcademy, explained some important facts about the cloning and growing process in his article titled “Cloney Baloney: Can Genetics Degrade or Do Plants Lose Momentum?” He explained that starting the plants from seeds can be expensive, as well as a gamble. Starting out with 10 seeds will take up space and, of the females that develop, there may not be any that prove to be outstanding.

Successful cloning of high-quality medical marijuana plants begins with strong plants. Cuttings are strategically taken from the mother plant, with attention given to keeping that plant in optimal health. Cuttings are integrated with a medium, such as soil, water, or rock wool. The cuttings then need ideal conditions to grow healthily, including an environment that is humid and warm, and the stems will need to be kept moist.

When growing medical cannabis from clones, it is important to start out with high-quality clones, such as the ones available at the MedMar Healing Center. The cannabis dispensary offers 15 strains, all available for pre-orders. All 15 strains have been tested, use in-house genetics, and are offered in three different growth sizes. The th
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