PRC Medical Marijuana Clones
The P. R. Collective is a medical marijuana dispensary in San Pedro, California that offers a number of medical marijuana clones to its members. The clones (plants) are offered by PRC in order to shorten growing times, predetermine the strain type and sex of the resulting plant, as well as reduce the overall cost of medical marijuana for the member-patient.
For those who are familiar with the marijuana home growth process, the use of clones in growing and cultivating medical marijuana offers a significant advantage in being able to greatly increase the percentage of female plants produced, as well as guarantee a steady supply of a particular strain.
How this works: A clone is an exact replica of a particular plant – a cutting from an existing plant that is known to have certain beneficial traits and characteristics that make the plant a value to PRC patient-cultivators. The clone, therefore, of a particular strain offers the grower an advantage over the guesswork that comes with traditional “grass roots” growing efforts. The reason that female plants are desired over their male counterparts is that the male plants typically provide a lessened medical effect in the finished product – whereas, the female plants are more potent.
Obviously, the growing of medicinal marijuana clones is only legal in those states or jurisdictions where the growing of medical marijuana is permissible by law. The PRC only offers medical marijuana clones to those member-patients who have had a full membership review and are active members of our co-op.
The available PRC clones include a number of our most-popular California-grown Sativa, Indica, and hybrid strains. Most PRC clones are set in rock wool. This allows for quick and easy transplantation to a natural soil or hydroponic system. As with many of the PRC medical marijuana products, the supply and stock changes from week to week. Please stop by or check the below menu at this page to see what we currently have in stock.
|Acid Wreck $15||Blackberry OG $15
As specific Sativa, Indica, and hybrid strains have been known to provide more effective relief than others in treating certain maladies, member-patients who are unfamiliar with the differences between the products and strains may wish to read about the differences on our Indica vs. Sativa page.