The marijuana industry has not yet been legalized, although the initial votes have been lost. What didn't burn, however, was research. Legalization has opened doors for research and we are seeing exponential developments in cannabis research in terms of science and technology.
Tissue culture, micropropagation, or cultivating authenticity verified genetics will change the future of marijuana cloning. Although cloning is not a new concept, tissue culture cloning is in the spotlight as the cannabis industry continues to expand.
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In addition, cell technology is a business ally that requires high yields, great genetics, and consistent yields. Let's take a look at this cloning method and understand why it sets the tone for commercial cannabis growers.
Seeds or clones; These are two growing techniques you may have heard of or tried out yourself. For most inexperienced marijuana makers, this will be the only option for quite some time now. Growing from seed can help prevent pests and other contaminants. However, seeds need constant care as they grow. When they grow into adult plants, they can become male plants.
Using clones can be a quick alternative, and also provides a way to ascertain the genetics you want in your plants. But like anything, there is a downside; They can be more susceptible to disease and take longer than seed plants.