Boost Cannabis Cultivation Revenue With Young Plant Sales


If wholesale flower prices drop to $500 a pound in your state, could your business survive?

Many indoor growers can’t produce cannabis flower for less than that amount, much less sell it at a profit.

Since market fluctuations are outside of a grower’s control, smart entrepreneurs know they must always be on the lookout for ways to future-proof their cultivation business.

Growing and selling young cannabis plants is one way to do that.

Seedlings, rooted cuttings, and tissue culture plantlets are considered young plants.

By outsourcing their propagation to you, growers avoid the risks of in-house propagation programs and free up more space for flowering plants.

For you, it provides an ongoing source of revenue that rivals the profitability of cannabis flower production.

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