Article by David Brown, Lift News
Ontario’s Peace Naturals has added cannabis clones to its available products for registered patients. It is the sixth company now to offer clones for sale after Health Canada changed the rules to allow the sale of ‘starting materials’ from licensed cannabis producers to registered patients.
Peace Naturals will be initially offering one strain for sale, Daybreak, at a rate of $75 for the first strain and $50 each addition clone, up to five plants, plus shipping and handling, etc. They also include education materials as part of the starter kit. Like several other producers, Peace Naturals will be using the CloneShipper and using Purolator for overnight shipment.
“This will take people through all the details from receiving their clones all the way to harvest,” says Eric Klein, Marketing & Communications for Cronos Group, which owns a controlling interest in several licensed producers, including Peace Naturals.
“From choosing a grow tent to lighting, air flow, soil selection, nutrient selection, regulating pH, soil preparation…watering and feeding, nutrient systems, we talk about how to leverage those systems, the veg phase, flower phase, harvesting, trimming and curing.”
Klein says they are also working on some video content for registered patients. Peace Naturals have already reached out to patients who have expressed an interest, and they will posting the information on their website soon for registered patients.
Canna Farms, MariCann, Whistler Medical, THC Biomed, and Delta 9 Biotech have also begun selling clones since the August 2016 rule change. Only two Licensed Producers are currently selling seeds: Tweed and CannTrust.