Every clone you buy will come with a 1/2 gram
sample of the finished product so you can see what your plant will be like when it's done. All of my clones are taken from mother plants that have been grown from seed puchased from the breeder. They are not clones of clones of clones bought at some dispensary in Denver or clones passed around amongst friends. My mother plants are at least three months old before I start taking clones from them.
Big Pie medical marijuana clones are rooted in a mix of 3/4 perilite, & 1/4 vermiculite. No dirt. They are being fed Dyna-Gro hydroponic nutrients at 280-380 ppm with a ph of 5.9 to 6.1 depending on size. Because of the perilite/vermiculite medium the clones are in, they should be watered every other day until transplanted. They can be transplanted into soil or rinse the root ball off in a pail of water and place them in your hydroponic set up. My marijuana clones are bug and disease free.
Big Pie clones are not really clones, they are plants with well formed roots. They are at least one month old. My clones sit under a 1,000 watt light for at least a week before they are ready. This means they are ready to place under the "big light" right away and will not need a break in period to get used to the intensity of a 1,000 watt light. My plants can't be compared to the small, scrawny, mite infested clones you will find at most dispensaries. These plants are ready to go into the bloom stage, but they should be given 6-10 days to get used to their new pot/home before they are put into bloom.
If you need more than 20 clones, you can pre-order them for $15 per clone.
My plants are sold in two sizes
8" - 11" = 3 for $60
12" - 15" = 3 for $110
Current marijuana clones for sale
I am working on adding growing tips for each of our strains
Click on any of the underlined strains for growing tips for that specific strain.
Chemdog Double-D x Chemdog
Chemdog Sour Diesel
Jack the Ripper
New York City Diesel (NYCD)
Pure Power Plant
These clones are being fed Dyna-Gro hydro nutrient solution at about 480-580 ppm and a 6.1 ph. After transplant you should start them off with half strength of whatever your nutrient bottle recommends, also, whatever you nutrient bottle recommends do not start them off higher than 400 ppm. After they have been in their new pots for 5 days, start raising the ppm's by 100-200 ppm's every 3 days (or every watering) until you reach the suggested ppm's recommended on your nutrient bottle. If you plan on running a different ph than the 6.1 they are currently on.... Start off with 6.1 and work your way up or down by changing the ph no more than .4 every 3 days (or every watering) untill you reach the desired ph.
I have explained my technique in detail for how I make clones on the page titled "How to Make Clones".