OREGON: Business is brisk when it comes to selling marijuana clones. The plants, rooted clippings from mature plants, are the most common way Oregon medical marijuana patients interested in growing their own cannabis get their crop started.
Starting July 1, 2015, households will be allowed to have up to four marijuana plants, a provision already generating interest among people interested in growing recreational pot at home.
Joel Jennings, an owner of Five Zero Trees, a Southeast Portland medical marijuana dispensary, expects the state’s regulated marijuana industry to see robust sales in pot plants once Oregon’s legal marijuana law goes into effect July 1, 2015.
Jennings stocks at least four strains — Northern Lights, Super Silver Haze, Mt. Hood Magic and a fourth with a profane name not suitable for print. He figures he sells about 300 plants a month.