High CBD Hemp Clones 12-14% CBD


Min. 1000 Units


This was the strain that was grown last season. Minimum of 1,000 clones. $8 per clone, discounts with more quantity. Delivered in trays of 50, rooted in cloning plugs. Excess of 50k clones.

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High CBD Hemp Clones 12-14% CBD. We have thousands rooted and available for sale.
Minimum order 50, discounts for orders over 1000

High CBD Hemp Clones 12-14% CBD , tested in snowy and freezing conditions with success.

We also offer consulting on best growing practices for these strains.

Get your mother block ready for spring planting!

So, you want to grow hemp?

It’s the perfect time to start learning everything you can.

With the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, it’s now legal (once again) to grow hemp in the USA.

While regulations on growing hemp haven’t yet been determined, it’s only a matter of time before growing hemp could become one of the most commonly cultivated crops.

The money in hemp isn’t bad either.

By some estimates, hemp grown for CBD could be worth up to $30,000 an acre.

Plant a 10, 20, 50, or 100-acre hemp farm, and you’re looking at a rather lucrative crop.

Interested in learning how to grow hemp?

We bet you are.

Let’s dive right in.

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Like marijuana, hemp is a member of the Cannabis sativa L. plant species.

While both plants are from the same species, they contain a unique biological structure which makes them very different plants indeed.

While marijuana plants produce thick, dense buds and grow to be relatively bushy, hemp plants are tall and thin, don’t produce the buds that marijuana is famous for.

When you look at a hemp and marijuana plant side, there is no mistaking the difference between the two.

One of the biggest differences between hemp and marijuana, however, is the cannabinoid content each contain.

While marijuana can contain 5-30% THC (or more), hemp plants contain less than 0.3% THC.


Hemp is primarily grown for a few different reasons.

It’s been grown for industrial purposes (such as for making fibers) for years.

It’s also grown for its nutritional seeds that can be eaten by themselves or used to make hempseed oil.

Most recently, hemp has been widely cultivated for CBD.

If you’re interested in learning how to grow hemp, it’s vital to determine what you’re interested in growing it for. Fiber? Seed? CBD?

Currently, growing hemp for CBD is making the biggest buzz.


Because the CBD industry has exploded and is estimated to be worth some $22 billion by 2022.

And now that it’s (almost) legal to grow in the US, there are plenty of people that want in on the action.

Let’s take a deeper look at the different categories of industrial hemp…something every would-be hemp farmer should know.

the basics of how to grow hemp

Seeing as the topic of growing hemp could encompass an entire book, here we’re simply going to cover the basics.

If you’re interested in learning how to grow hemp, but don’t know much about hemp or have the slightest idea of where to start, consider this written especially for you.





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