EZ Clone Cultivars

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We provide Standard Operating Procedures specific to each strain including:

  • Recommended Region (Longitude & Latitude Specific)
  • Plant Hardiness Zones
  • Planting, Harvesting, & Testing Guidelines  

We assist with duplicating strong genetics with consistent observable traits and getting ahead of the time and space required to sow twice as many seeds as you need to plant in order to sex and remove males if they are growing for CBD or other Cannabinoids like CBG. There is less production cost, time and space needed for cloning than there is raising seedlings and having to cull out males as well as having to deal with the inconsistent phenotypes.

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EZCloneZ High Plains CBD Hash Plant™

Our mid-season crop, CBD Hash Plant has a low odor, and can boast a very high per-plant yield. CBD Hash Plant is particularly resistant to worm damage and can produce some of the highest CBD content of any of our varieties. With slower cannabinoid development than some of the other varieties, CBD Hash Plant really starts to take off in the middle of September.

PLANTING & HARVESTING:

RANGE OF TIME TO PLANT:

Southern regions: after June 1st Central US: after June 10th Northern US & Canada: after June 20th

DROP DEAD DATE BY REGION:

June 20 at 30°N July 1 at 37° N July 10 at 43°N TIME

SPAN FROM FLOWERING TO HARVEST:
60 days after first flower set

First flower typically begins:
End of July southern regions
Early August central US
Mid-August in northern US and southern Canada

*Testing for compliance by September 10th at 37°N & September 20th at 43°N

STATS

Yield:
2,000 lbs. per acre

Raw CBD Production:
199.2-302 lbs.

CBD (total THC Compliant):
9.96%

CBD (total Delta-9 Compliant):
15.1%

CBD/THC Ratio:
32:1

RECOMMENDED REGION:
Most of Continental US/ Southern Canada *not be grown south of 30°N (unless interruption lighting used)

Plant Hardiness Zone Cold Hardiness: Tolerates 30°F or greater

Optimal Climate:
70°F-85°F

Minimum Light Hours Required for Vegetative State:
14:30

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EZCloneZ High Plains Late Sue™

Late Sue is one of our flagship varieties. While not the highest producer of CBD, Late Sue produces by far the largest yield (3,000 – 3,500 pounds per acre) of any of our other varieties, making up for lower CBD in quantity of production. Fewer plants required per acre means lower overall planting costs as well. Late Sue is extremely hardy and disease resistant. Its late season growing cycle also makes it particularly resistant to pollination as compared to the more common early season varieties. Late Sue holds up well to the heat, wet, and cold. Because of its late harvesting cycle, a crop of Late Sue can re-use the same drying facilities as one of our early season crops, effectively doubling drying space.

PLANTING & HARVESTING:

RANGE OF TIME TO PLANT:
20° N: June 1-June 10
30° N: June 20-July 1
37°N: July 1- Aug 1

DROP DEAD DATE BY REGION:
June 20 at 37°N
July 1 at 43° N

TIME SPAN FROM FLOWERING – HARVEST:
65 days after first flower set

First flower typically begins:
Early August at 20°N
Early September at 30°N
Mid-September at 37°N

*Testing for compliance by October 10th at 30°N & October 20th at 37° N

STATS

Yield:
3,000 – 3,500 lbs. per acre

Raw CBD Production:
271.2 – 357 lbs.

CBD (total THC Compliant):
9.04%

CBD (total Delta-9 Compliant):
11.9%

CBD/THC Ratio:
34:1

RECOMMENDED REGION

Central to Southern US

*not for growth north of 37° N (unless light deprivation is used)

Plant Hardiness Zone Cold Hardiness:
Tolerates 30°F or greater Optimal Climate
70°F-100°F

Minimum Light Hours Required for Vegetative State:
13:15

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EZCloneZ High Plains CBD Haze™

Another early season variety, CBD Haze has one of the best aromas that we have to offer, with a strong citrusy and pine scent. It is a good yielder and can boast some of the highest CBD to THC ratios we have to offer. With a strong yield and beautiful bud structure, CBD Haze can perform well in either indoor or outdoor growing climates and is a great candidate for a smokable flower. CBD Haze’s large colas make for some beautiful buds at harvest.

PLANTING & HARVESTING:

RANGE OF TIME TO PLANT:
After June 1st

DROP DEAD DATE BY REGION:
June 20 at 37°N July 1 at 43° N

TIME SPAN FROM FLOWERING TO HARVEST:
60 days after first flower set

First flower typically begins:
Mid-July at 37°N
Late as August 1st 43°N

*Testing for compliance by September 5th at 37°N & September 15th at 43°N

STATS

Yield:
2,000 lbs. per acre

Raw CBD Production:
168.6 – 280 lbs.

CBD (total THC Compliant):
8.43%

CBD (total Delta-9 Compliant):
14%

CBD/THC Ratio:
27:1

RECOMMENDED REGION

Central & Northern US/ Southern Canada

*not be grown south of 35°N (unless interruption lighting used)

Plant Hardiness Zone Cold Hardiness:
Tolerates 30°F or greater

Optimal Climate:
70°F-85°F

Minimum Light Hours Required for Vegetative State:
14:45

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EZCloneZ High Plains Stray Kat

One of our flagship varieties, Stray Kat is a fast growing, early season variety, with very high yields. Its CBD to THC ratios of 35 -40:1 means that Stray Kat can be brought to a high CBD finish while retaining compliant THC levels. Stray Kat will often finish with non-detectable levels of Delta-9 THC. Stray Kat works great as an indoor or outdoor plant, in both Northern and Southern climates. It has a pleasant aroma, and a tight bud structure, without too much density, which can cause problems with wet and mold in humid climates. Good resistance to drought, disease and pests.

PLANTING & HARVESTING:

RANGE OF TIME TO PLANT:
After June 1st  

DROP DEAD DATE BY REGION:
June 20 at 37°N July 1 at 43° N

TIME SPAN FROM FLOWERING TO HARVEST:
65 days after first flower set

First flower typically begins:
Mid-July at 37°N
Late as August 1st 43°N

*Testing for compliance by September 5th at 37°N & September 15th at 43°N

STATS

Yield:
2,500 lbs. per acre Raw

CBD Production:
282.5 l- 365 lbs.

CBD (total THC Compliant):
11.3 %

CBD (total Delta-9 Compliant):
14.6%

CBD/THC Ratio:
37:1

RECOMMENDED REGION

Central & Northern US/ Southern Canada *not be grown south of 35°N (unless interruption lighting used)

Plant Hardiness Zone Cold Hardiness:
Tolerates 30°F or greater

Optimal Climate:
70°F-100°F

Minimum Light Hours Required for Vegetative State:
14:45

History

WHO WE ARE

EZ-CLONE Enterprises Inc. was established in 2000 by Billy Blackburn and Brad Mickelsen. These Gentlemen have been Horticulture Growers for two decades. EZ-CLONE is honored to be one of the top, A-List brands in the Hydroponic and Indoor Gardening Industry. They understand your demand for superior products and can thoroughly fulfill your Plant Cloning and Propagation needs.

EZ-CLONES’ goal has been to focus specifically on simplifying the plant cloning process, using the art of Aeroponics, while creating a high integrity product that works “for you” and guarantees results. They pride themselves on becoming the utmost authority on Horticultural Aeroponic Cloning. Their many years of expertise and friendly customer service has garnered them great respect and solidified an exemplary reputation throughout the rapidly expanding Hydroponic Industry.

Pioneering the “Cloning Machine Niche”, EZ-CLONE has become the Industry Leader, winning growers’ praise and multiple industry accolades, including “Best Aeroponic Cloning Machine” and “Best New Horticulture Product”.

EZ-CLONE can proudly say they have maintained a less than 1% return rate. Their products are made with the strictest standards, highest quality parts available and are assembled and packaged right here in the USA. Their Systems come with a Lifetime Warranty.

OUR STORY

As told through an interview with Erik Biksa, of Grozine Magazine and EZ-CLONE Product Creator, Billy Blackburn
Erik: What inspired the Company Founders to start EZ-CLONE?
Billy: In 1999, my best friend, Brad Mickelsen and I, ended up back home in Sacramento after a four year stint in the Air Force. We became roommates and started growing in our garage, basically just for fun to begin with. Brad was going to Sac State University for a bachelor’s degree in psychology and was also bartending. I was working on writing songs, recording music and starting the endeavor of becoming a musical artist.

Growing became addicting very quickly and was also a very creative outlet. However, from the beginning, we both had nothing but trouble with the conventional methods of plant cloning. I became fascinated with new ways to grow and became engulfed in the art of Hydroponics and Aeroponics. Reading everything I could get my hands on, I began making homemade Hydro and Aero systems. The creation of the first EZ-CLONE was simply just to help solve a problem for Brad and I. It was never even initially thought of as a product.
Around that time, Brad and I shopped regularly at a Hydroponic Store called Greenfire. Back then, it was only one of two Hydroponic Stores in the entire county of Sacramento. I remember going into the shop one day, and there was a little old lady named Margaret working behind counter. After politely voicing my dismay over the lack of mechanical connectivity of some plastic pieces I was looking for, she looked up, smiled and asked me if I wanted a job. I initially laughed and said “No thank you”, but after a week, I came back to ask if it was still available. I thought…what a great place just to learn how to become a better grower. I took the job.

After months of standing behind the counter, listening to people come in and voice their problems, I learned that plant cloning was one of the most difficult aspects of growing for the majority of the customers. This became the “light bulb” moment, and soon there after, Brad and I decided to start a Company.

Erik: What were some of the earliest challenges you faced?
Billy: The earliest challenges were learning to work together and the production of the units. We quickly discovered that being friends and being business partners were two totally different things. Brad and I literally moved into a warehouse in the middle of winter to start the business. We moved all of our furniture and two dogs out of a house we were renting, and into an eleven hundred square foot, freezing cold warehouse. We lived in it for several months and began to build the systems by hand. There were tempers flaring and butting heads, but we figured it out. We each have strengths in different areas, and learning how to let the other person do what they are best at, was quite the learning process. It took a while and a lot of hard communication. Each of us now knows very well the skills of the other. Sweat equity baby…
Erik: What do you consider to be your biggest successes?
Billy: First and foremost, being in business as long as we have is our biggest success. Owning a business is non-stop problem solving. I believe so many people think there is this connotation associated with the word Entrepreneur, as being totally glamorous. That is the furthest thing from the truth. Sure, it’s amazing working for yourself and having the freedom to call your own shots, but I always tell people, “Don’t be mistaken…becoming an Entrepreneur is grueling and filled with constant ups and downs”. It takes a very unique mindset and an unwillingness to stop to become successful at anything, but you also have to love what you do. That passion is hands down the most important factor. We had this unshakable drive when we first started and were probably too dumb to know any better, but we just kept pushing and didn’t allow anything to stop us. Dedication, perseverance and passion is what got us to where we are today.

Secondly, one of our biggest successes has got to be the release of our new Commercial Pro Cloning System. This is something that we have been working on for years, and it has finally come to fruition. We are firm believers in the quote “Build it and they will come”. Also, the one major thing that we do constantly, is Research and Development. We are always cloning some type of plant at all times. Innovation plays the biggest part in maintaining a positive and current stature in all businesses and is what will keep you ahead of your competition. Competition is truly a good thing and a necessary evil. If we didn’t have it, we would become complacent.

Erik: What advice do you have for new young and dynamic companies starting up today in the Hydro Biz?
Billy: Offer amazing products and even better service. That is one thing that EZ-CLONE hugely prides itself on. We connect with our customers because WE ARE our customers. We have been in and still are in their shoes. We know how important it is for our Systems to give them success. We get immense satisfaction when we make our customers satisfied, and you should always make sure to listen to your customers feedback. The best focus group you can never buy, is your customers telling you what they think.

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