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Take the Guesswork out of Farming with Hemp Seedlings and Clones

When it comes to growing hemp from seed, let’s face it: there’s a lot of time and guesswork involved. Some seeds can take up to two weeks to sprout, and there’s no guarantee that all of them will germinate. Luckily, there are easier alternatives that can help boost your crop production, and we’ve got them at Blue Forest Farms.

Did you know we offer seedlings and clones? Using partially-developed plants can eliminate the time and effort spent raising a plant from seed and give you a head start on the growing season. Plus, we guarantee quality, high-CBD female plants—so you can say goodbye to all that guesswork!

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Our products:

  • 21-30 days old
  • Feminized
  • Grown to meet your planting timeline
  • Raised for optimal CBD and resin production

Why choose seedlings?

Our seedlings are grown to meet your planting timeline, and seedlings tend to mature faster in general, so they’ll give you a head start on the growing season. Purchasing seedlings from BFF eliminates the challenges presented by weather if you’re sowing seeds outdoors, and the need for transplanting if you’re starting seeds indoors. Best of all, seedlings are a guaranteed plant, whereas a percentage of seeds may not germinate. All of our seedlings are feminized and will produce female plants optimal for CBD and resin production.


Our products:

  • 14-21 days old
  • Feminized
  • Grown from cuttings of top-performing plant lines
  • Exceptional genetic traits with nearly 0% variability

Why choose clones?

Simply put, you know exactly what you’re getting. We choose individual plants from our genetic library that exhibit top performance and unique characteristics—like their aroma and cannabinoid profiles—and guarantee a product with the same traits, since clones exhibit nearly 0% variability. Clones are started from existing cuttings, and when you receive them, will actually be larger than seedlings and have a branch and leaves. Note: Rather than a taproot, clones produce a fibrous root system, which can require greater care. They may have greater needs, too, when it comes to water and soil conditions.

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