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  • How are Sun Clones delivered?
    SunClones are shipped individually packaged for protection, and the packaging is completely recyclable and discreet. We use one-day shipping via UPS or USPS to ensure quick and safe delivery of your order.
  • How large are the plants when delivered?
    Our standard offering plants are shipped when they are between 4-10" tall. They will be anywhere from one week to one month old from the time of being potted. They will be well-rooted in a 3.5" x 3.5" pot.
  • What is the minimum order?
    To maximize the efficiency of the cost of overnight shipping, we require a 2 plant minimum order. You can mix and match the strains as you'd like within that however you like. For larger orders, please contact SunClone directly.
  • What days do you ship out orders?
    We ship out orders Monday through Wednesday to guarantee that they will arrive before the weekend and to avoid any extra time in transit.
  • Can I track my shipment?
    Yes, you can track your shipment through the carrier's website using the tracking number provided in your shipping confirmation email, which will be sent out the day your order is sent.
  • What should I do if my SunClone arrives damaged?
    If your SunClone arrives damaged, please contact us immediately so we can resolve the issue and ensure you receive a replacement.
  • Can I change my shipping address after placing an order?
    If you need to change your shipping address after placing an order, please contact us as soon as possible so we can update your information before your order ships.
  • I just received my plant, what do I do now?
    We recommend ordering SunClones when you will be available to receive your package upon delivery. Your first step will be to open all boxes and remove the plants from packaging. Assess the plant for watering needs, and place it in a nice sunny spot.
  • What light schedule are the plants on before delivery?
    Our clones are grown in light supplemented greenhouses, meaning, they receive natural daylight during the day, and supplemental lighting in the evening. They are always kept under 18 hours of light per day.
  • General Growing Tips
    Planting: We recommend planting your plant into a larger pot by the time they are 1 month old. The transplant date can be found on the plant tag that came inside the pot. It is recommended that you use at least a 10 gallon pot, or plant directly into the ground. Lighting: We recommend placing your plant under supplemental lighting to start, with an 18-hour light cycle. Any more, and it may be stressful for the plant, as a sudden change to its environment. Any less than 18-hour light cycle may cause the plant to go into flower prematurely. We would not recommend putting your plant outside or without supplemental light sources until June 1, as the days are still too short until that date. Watering: We recommend watering every 2-3 days. To prevent over-watering, it is best to take signals from the plant itself that it is ready for water. These signals include drooping leaves, and lightweight pot. Foliar care: We recommend using a beneficial foliar spray 2-3 times a week. There are lots of home remedies you can create yourself from basic household products, but we like to recommend Plant Therapy by Lost Coast as a preventative for powdery mildew, and H2O2 to promote oxygen absorption to the leaves.
  • General Flowering Tips
    Once your plant has grown to about half of the finished size, it is time to flip to flower! The plant's natural photoperiod ability will recognize when the days shorten, and with the impending light shortage, it will create flowers nearing the end of its life cycle. Flower times vary by strain, so be sure to refer to our product pages for more information on the strains you are growing. That being said, the flower times may vary, and visually observing the plant will be the best indicator as to when the plant has finished flowering. You will want to trim all the limbs of the plant off, and hang them upside down in a well ventilated and low humidity area, preferably indoors. The buds may take several days to several weeks to dry completely. Once the buds are 25% humidity, they are ready to be used! We recommend trimming the fan leaves off of the buds at this point, and enjoy!
  • Why not just buy seeds?
    Pros of purchasing seeds: Genetic diversity: Seeds offer a wider range of genetic diversity than clones, allowing growers to experiment with different strains and find the best fit for their growing conditions. Cost-effective: Seeds are often less expensive than clones, especially if you buy them in bulk, making them a more cost-effective option for larger grows. Long-term storage: Seeds can be stored for several years, making it easy to keep a stock of genetics on hand for future grows. Disease prevention: When starting from seed, growers can avoid the risk of bringing in pests or diseases from pre-existing clones. Cons of purchasing seeds: Germination rates: Not all seeds will germinate, and even with the best techniques, some seeds may not sprout. This can lead to wasted time and money. Longer grow time: Starting from seed requires a longer grow time than using clones, as plants need to go through the seedling stage before they can be vegetated. Variability: Seeds can produce plants with different characteristics, which may lead to inconsistency in yield, potency, and overall quality. Pros of purchasing clones: Time-saving: Clones are ready to be vegetated immediately, allowing growers to skip the seedling stage and save time. Consistency: Clones produce plants with the same characteristics as the mother plant, ensuring consistency in yield, potency, and overall quality. Faster harvest: With clones, growers can harvest faster, as the plants are already mature and ready for flowering. Cons of purchasing clones: Limited genetic diversity: Clones offer limited genetic diversity compared to seeds, as all clones are genetically identical to the mother plant. Higher risk of pests and diseases: Clones can carry pests and diseases from the mother plant, making them more susceptible to infestations and disease outbreaks. More expensive: Clones are often more expensive than seeds, especially if you are looking for a specific strain or phenotype. In summary, the choice between seeds and clones depends on your personal preferences and needs. Seeds offer genetic diversity and long-term storage options but require a longer grow time, while clones offer consistency and time-saving benefits but have limited genetic diversity and higher risk of pests and diseases.
  • What kind of growing medium should I use for my SunClones?
    The best growing medium for clones depends on your growing conditions and personal preference. Popular options include soil, coco coir, and hydroponic systems like rockwool or aeroponics. Choose a medium that works best for your setup and provides your plants with the necessary nutrients and moisture.
  • How often should I water my SunClones?
    Clones require more frequent watering than mature plants. Water your clones when the top inch of the soil feels dry to the touch, but be careful not to overwater, as this can lead to root rot and other issues. Aim to keep the soil evenly moist, but not waterlogged.
  • What kind of lighting should I use for my SunClones?
    Clones require less intense lighting than mature plants, as they are more delicate and sensitive to high levels of light. T5 fluorescent lights or LED grow lights are popular options for clones, as they provide gentle, even lighting without producing excessive heat.
  • How do I prevent mold and disease in my grow?
    To prevent pests and diseases, it's important to maintain a clean and sanitary grow environment. Practice good hygiene by washing your hands and tools before working with your clones, and avoid introducing pests or diseases from outside sources. Use a gentle, natural pesticide to treat any infestations, and keep a close eye on your plants for signs of disease.
  • When can I transplant my SunClone into a larger container?
    Once your clones have established roots and are showing new growth, they are ready to be transplanted into larger containers. This usually takes 1-2 weeks after rooting, depending on the strain and growing conditions. Transplant your clones into a larger container with fresh soil, and water thoroughly to promote healthy growth.
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