Los Angeles Marijuana Plants
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The Strainbank Difference
We simply have the best marijuana plants for sale online! Anyone can make this claim, but The Strainbank have been offering cannabis genetics to medical marijuana patients in Los Angeles since 2009 without any paid advertising. All donations go toward the development and preservation of superior marijuana strains, not to Weedmaps. You'll appreciate the difference.
New To Cultivation?
Have confidence each harvest growing plants from The Strainbank. Your order with us is backed by an Exchange Policy if you have issues with your new garden.
To avoid confusion, we replace Los Angeles marijuana plants on a case-by-case because many new growers do not take the necessary time to have a basic understanding of plant care & nutrition. Take a preventative approach to growing and tell our staff before ordering if you're new to growing so we can offer helpful tips before starting. We recommend staying away from marijuana blogs or forums with mixed information.
Together We'll Grow Far - Call Us Today!
Contact Us anytime to get help from our expert growers who use techniques developed over decades of experience and University research. The Strainbank is available to offer consultation during any stage of the growing process.
"To thrive roots must have adequate levels of soil oxygen. Roots are widely overlooked as to their significance in plant health. About 80% of all plant issues start with root problems." - Colorado Master Gardener Program 2011
New Plant Care Advice
Through the years we routinely see new patients over water marijuana plants. Weed clones do not need water during the transplant process. If you feel compelled to water your Los Angeles marijuana clones the day you receive them, use a spray bottle with filtered water. Young clones do not require any nutrients the first week; however, if you feel compelled to feed your weed plants, use a light quarter solution. Experienced growers in Los Angeles learn quickly there's no rush to force baby plants into a mature feed schedule.