Hemp Clones

Browse our inventory of hemp clones and seeds from vetted farms.

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CBD Hemp Clones & Seeds You Can Trust

As with any cultivator within our network, Clone Connect has done the same level of vetting to ensure that our cultivators selling hemp clones and seeds offer quality plants and professional service.

Below you’ll find more information about the farms in our network, the cultivars they offer and the services that the Clone Connect network collectively provides. Once you are ready to purchase, or if you have any other questions, please fill out our order inquiry form and a representative from our team will contact you as soon as possible.

Additional Services Provided

Understanding ROI

Understanding ROI is critical. We’ll walk you through what to expect when it comes to your investment and the expected yield based on the CBD percentage of the cultivar you select.

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Our farms care about your grow. If needed, they’ll travel to your operations to ensure you're off to the right start so you get the highest yield possible.

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Helping You Sell

When you purchase from Clone Connect, you'll gain access to our hemp focused digital marketing services along with our expansive industry network to help you sell your end-product

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Current CBD Hemp Clones & Seeds Available

Our inventory changes, so please check with us via the inquiry form. Currently our inventory is as follows for both seed and clone:

Hemp Farm 1

Location: Arizona

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Hemp Farm 2

Location: Northern California

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Hemp Farm 3

Location: Oregon

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Hemp Farm 4

Location: Colorado

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Hemp Farm 5

Location: Oregon

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Looking For Other Hemp Products?

Our farms offer more than just seeds and clones. Browse the hemp categories below for all of your additional hemp needs and growing goals.


If you’re looking to become part of the rapidly growing CBD industry, you have two choices: You can grow marijuana plants with high cannabidiol (CBD) and low THC, or you can grow hemp plants, or you can start with hemp seeds.

In general both plants are very similar and come from the same cannabis family. Both possess the CBD cannabinoid that has become wildly popular for its health benefits. And of course, both marijuana and hemp plants can be cloned.

However, where they are different are the following:

  1. Hemp plants always have .3% or less of the THC cannbinoid. Marijuana plants can genetically designed for .3% THC or less, but not every marijuana plant has this THC level (the way that every hemp plant does).
  2. The laws for growing hemp plants are different compared to growing marijuana plants (even if they are high cannabidiol and less than .3% in THC).

If you’re unsure of next steps or how to get started growing hemp, please contact us with any questions and we are happy to guide you.


Clone Connect is a Proud Member of the National Hemp Association