Inside A Cannabis Cloning Micro-Grow

Some of the mama marijuana plants at Permanent Farms Micro-Grow

Some of the mama marijuana plants at Permanent Farms Micro-Grow

This week my adventures took me to Permanent Farms in Puyallup, Washington. To be honest, I had no idea what I was walking into. I mean, I’ve been in a few cannabis gardens before, but this was different.

First of all, when I heard the word “Farms” in the title, I kind of pictured rolling hills with livestock and tractors. The address I was given, however, took me to a nice apartment complex. I walked up to the door, not knowing that I would be entering a cannabis spaceship on the other side.

The door opened and I was greeted with glowing lights, narrow walkways, shelves of little cannabis clones, and small rooms full of mama cannabis plants.  The very close quarters with everything in its exact place for maximum efficiency still managed to somehow have a very open and welcoming vibe.

What they do here is clone cannabis plants. From sixteen plants of various strains they are able to produce a couple thousand healthy, organic clones per month. They have a methodical system set up that allows for maximum productivity, it’s impressive.  From the micro-grow, clones then go to collectives and are available to patients in Washington.

The whole idea of growing my own plants as a patient has been a daunting, intimidating concept but after seeing such a simple and well thought out operation, the idea of growing my own garden one day seems much more attainable. I was able to envision how it would be more possible to have a fresh cannabis garden that keeps feeding me raw leaves even with limited space.

This week, in talking to other patients and growers about my experience, it was interesting how many people responded by telling me they were either growing some Permanent Farms plants or they were intending to. Their reputation for quality clones at competitive prices apparently precedes them.

Thank you, Permanent Farms, for letting us see inside your impressive operations!

 

 

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Bobbi Jo on July 19, 2014 at 6:40 am

    Love Troy, he’s been so helpful. I’m determined to get cloneing down 🙂 thanks for showing his place!

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