Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (CSE: TRUL) (OTCQX: TCNNF), a leading and top-performing cannabis company in the United States, today announced it has successfully launched a pilot program selling its premium-quality cannabis clones at its Northampton, MA dispensary, in accordance with state law. This marks a significant first-to-market entry for the Company, where it is now the only multi state operator (MSO) to provide home growers with its products in the form of consistent, healthy, top-tier plants.
“Trulieve supports home grow initiatives in Massachusetts and we are excited to offer our top-tier genetics to those who would prefer to grow their own cannabis plants at home,” said Kim Rivers, CEO of Trulieve. “We’re delivering on our promise to meet cannabis consumers wherever they are in their level of experience, as well as our commitment to expanding access to the plant as we continue to grow in the Massachusetts market.”
At the time of program launch, Trulieve is releasing a limited amount of its Chocolope NewBerry Sativa strain, which can be ordered online through the Company’s Northampton location website and will be available for in-store pickup at 216 North King Street, Northampton, MA beginning Friday, August 20. Clones will be sold in packs of three and sales limited to one per customer during the initial launch phase. In the future, the Company plans to offer different strains based on consumer feedback and will expand clone availability across its Massachusetts locations.
For citizens of Massachusetts interested in home grow, the launch of Trulieve’s clone program represents a new opportunity to access the highest-quality genetics in a ready-to-grow format and ensures clone consistency and quality not previously available in the state. Cannabis clones carry the exact same genetic potential as their mother plant and will have similar cannabinoid and terpene profiles when grown properly. When clones are selected from healthy, high-quality mother plants, they also inherit their vigor, and natural resistance to mold, mildew, and pests.
For further information on the Massachusetts home grow program, please see the guidance document provided by the Cannabis Control Commission and refer to the home cultivation section of the Commission’s website.