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i502 CLONE HOUSE PRODUCES ONLY THE FINEST QUALITY CLONES – IMPRESSIVE STRAIN LIST – ONLINE ORDERING

Omg. 22 New Strains have been added to our already impressive strain bank!

Some of them are already available as clones!

About Us

i502 Clone House is a clone only garden located in Lake Stevens, Washington. We work for the producers! Our garden is dedicated to growing healthy, beautiful moms and cutting the finest quality clones so that we can save your garden time, space and money. Our clones come fully rooted in pure coco, in 2.5 inch cups. We have an extensive strain list that we will continue to grow for you!

We Have Listened!

We have listened to our customers and we will now be offering you the ability to get clones immediately. We are currently growing our rooted clone inventory so that you can get your premier cuts on demand. Our current clone inventory is posted on our Order Page and will be updated as inventory changes.
Use our convenient Order Form to place your order. Clone requests will be processed in the order they are received.
We look forward to doing business with you!

Our Promise To You

i502 Clone House was born out of the sheer desire to provide producers with premier starts, consisting of the highest quality strains, phenos and one of a kind genetics.

Our Customers

You are our customer if you are at least 21 years of age and a licensed i502 producer / processor, or Washington state medical marijuana user*.

*i502 Clone House is happy to serve the medical marijuana community! Once a qualified patient has been entered into the registration data base and has received their recognition card, we are happy to work with you. We will provide clones up to the amount allotted on your registration card, at one time.

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Medical Marijuana Qualification F.A.Q.

Qualifying patients and designated providers, who hold a recognition card and have been entered into the medical marijuana authorization database, may purchase immature plants or clones from a licensed marijuana producer as defined in RCW 69.50.101.

A person must first be deemed a qualified patient by a health care professional. The health care professional may include recommendations on the number of plants the patient may grow at one time:

As part of authorizing a qualifying patient or designated provider, the health care professional may include recommendations on the amount of marijuana that is likely needed by the qualifying patient for his or her medical needs and in accordance with this section.
(1) If the health care professional does not include recommendations on the qualifying patient’s or designated provider’s authorization, the marijuana retailer with a medical marijuana endorsement, when adding the qualifying patient or designated provider to the medical marijuana authorization database, shall enter into the database that the qualifying patient or designated provider may purchase or obtain at a retail outlet holding a medical marijuana endorsement a combination of the following: Forty-eight ounces of marijuana-infused product in solid form; three ounces of useable marijuana; two hundred sixteen ounces of marijuana-infused product in liquid form; or twenty-one grams of marijuana concentrates. The qualifying patient or designated provider may also grow, in his or her domicile, up to six plants for the personal medical use of the qualifying patient and possess up to eight ounces of useable marijuana produced from his or her plants. These amounts shall be specified on the recognition card that is issued to the qualifying patient or designated provider.

In order for a patient to purchase clones from a producer, the qualified patient must first be placed in the medical marijuana authorization database. This can be done at any marijuana retailer that has a medical marijuana endorsement:

A qualifying patient and his or her designated provider, if any, may be placed in the medical marijuana authorization database at a marijuana retailer with a medical marijuana endorsement. After a qualifying patient or designated provider is placed in the medical marijuana authorization database, he or she must be provided with a recognition card that contains identifiers required in subsection (3) of this section.
(3) The recognition card requirements must be developed by the department in rule and include:
(a) A randomly generated and unique identifying number;
(b) For designated providers, the unique identifying number of the qualifying patient whom the provider is assisting;
(c) A photograph of the qualifying patient’s or designated provider’s face taken by an employee of the marijuana retailer with a medical marijuana endorsement at the same time that the qualifying patient or designated provider is being placed in the medical marijuana authorization database in accordance with rules adopted by the department;
(d) The amount of marijuana concentrates, useable marijuana, marijuana-infused products, or plants for which the qualifying patient is authorized under RCW 69.51A.210;

i502 Clone House is a cannabis clone only garden in Lake Stevens, WA. Clones come fully rooted in pure coco. View our extensive strain list!