Clone Sales

Second Century Ag knows hemp. With proven genetics, advanced agricultural insights, and deep operational expertise, we help Georgia farmers embrace the new era of hemp cultivation.

All hemp is not created equal

After years of breeding work and testing dozens of cultivars, we have a select group of genetics that will thrive in the southeast. Below are the seven varieties we offer. Click each icon for a more detailed description.

By 2/01

By 3/15

After 3/15

500-2000

$2.00

$2.25

$2.50

2001-10,000

$1.75

$2.00

$2.25

10,001-30,000

$1.50

$1.75

$2.00

30,001 and up

$1.40

$1.65

$1.90

Every purchaser of clones will receive our variety-specific Hemp Growing Playbook, which includes:

  • Watering schedules
  • Fertilizer recommendations
  • Harvest timelines
  • Drying methodology
  • Plant disease analysis
  • And much more

The above pricing applies to all standard-level CBD hemp varieties of genetics offered by Second Century Ag. Pricing subject to change, market conditions and availability. Capacity must be booked in advance. Minimum order of 500 clones.

A purchase agreement from Second Century Ag shall include stipulations regarding growing standards that allow us to meet the requirements of Georgia law. Terms and conditions apply.

25% deposit required to secure.

Second Century Ag offers the following genetic hemp varieties

Trinity

Trinity

Trinity is a medium-flowering sativa hybrid that can be used for either biomass or smokable flower production with its deep terpene profile and uniform cola structure. Trinity was picked for its unique ability to stretch and develop quicker than normal colas for a primarily sativa hybrid. The longer bud structure and node spacing makes this variety ideal for high humidity / heat locations. This variety has shown medium to high resistance to common hemp pests because of its unique cinnamon terpene profile. Trinity starts to flower when the daylight drops below 13 hours and 47 minutes.

Grizzly

Grizzly

Grizzly is a medium-flowering sativa hybrid with a large stretch that can be used for either biomass or smokable flower production. Grizzly is yet another quick-developing hybrid that produces large uniform colas coated in resin. The minimal leaf to cola ratio helps combat mold and increases airflow. This variety is quick to mature and produces heavy buds coated in CBD. Grizzly flowers when the daylight drops below 13 hours and 53 minutes.

Octane

Octane

Octane is a sativa hybrid with a large stretch and medium flower time that produces large, coated colas for biomass production. The colas are often too large for smokable flower, but viable sizes can be picked from crop during harvest. This plant has a great flower stretch and excellent airflow between the buds with larger node spacing that fills out tall and wide. This variety has an earthy terpene profile with strong undertones of gas, hence her name Octane. This variety begins to flower when daylight drops below 13 hours and 47 minutes.

SCBD

SCBD

SCBD is a mostly sativa hybrid capable of producing massive plants with slow-climbing content. This variety is ideal for tough climates and shows a strong resistance to common hemp pests who prefer deeper terpenes. The longer-spaced nodes allow for slender colas to withstand higher humidity environments and wind damage. SCBD is a well-known variety capable of producing high CBD and low THC content. This variety is ideal for the late planter or those who live in a Southern region with minimal daylight hours. This variety begins to flower when the daylight drops below 13 hours and 21 minutes.

Lemon Lime

Lemon Lime

Lemon Lime is very unusual with a high leaf to cola ratio—which makes the buds almost completely covered by leaf. Once uncovered, the frost and terpene profile are released, but this variety is best suited for biomass or a process where trimming or de-leafing is not required. This variety does have a tighter cola spacing and larger leaves but has a higher than average resistance to powdery mildew and other common pests. Lemon Lime has a beautiful green color and holds a compact bush form until flowering, when it begins to stretch and reach taller. This variety is extremely uniform and looks excellent when compared to other later varieties due to the size colas it can produce quickly. This variety will begin to flower when the daylight drops below 13 hours and 9 minutes.

Atlantis CBG

Atlantis CBG

CBG is an excellent variety because it has non-detectable THC even in the later weeks of flower. This variety will finish at around 14-15% CBG. CBG does have large indica dominant leaves and very big colas that can be an issue for high humidity environments if not monitored carefully. The pure size of the buds can be intimidating and, in some cases, requires staking or support to maintain growth. Overall, this is an excellent option for farmers who are concerned with the Total THC rules and have an outlet for CBG oil. This variety can be grown indoors for smokable flower or outdoors for oil production because of the cola sizes. This variety will begin to flower when the daylight drops below 13 hours and 42 minutes.

Late Sue

Late Sue

Late Sue is a sativa hybrid that requires maximum space to perform to its highest potential. Expect large branches and even bigger colas. Late Sue is a rare plant that offers great yields, a long stretch, and high CBD-ridden colas. Late Sue is a longer flowering plant, but once flowering, content quickly climbs as the plant gets larger. Proper space for roots and branching is critical to get the most out of this unique variety. Late Sue is a uniform beauty with a great terpene profile and high CBD content. This plant is a biomass plant designed for large outdoor operations seeking a high combined weight and content. Late Sue is harvested later, but this helps to combat common pests because it is slower to reach flower. Late Sue continues to impress growers across the southeast. Late Sue begins to flower when daylight drops below 12 hours and 40 minutes.

Trinity

Trinity is a medium-flowering sativa hybrid that can be used for either biomass or smokable flower production with its deep terpene profile and uniform cola structure. Trinity was picked for its unique ability to stretch and develop quicker than normal colas for a primarily sativa hybrid. The longer bud structure and node spacing makes this variety ideal for high humidity / heat locations. This variety has shown medium to high resistance to common hemp pests because of its unique cinnamon terpene profile. Trinity starts to flower when the daylight drops below 13 hours and 47 minutes.

Grizzly

Grizzly is a medium-flowering sativa hybrid with a large stretch that can be used for either biomass or smokable flower production. Grizzly is yet another quick-developing hybrid that produces large uniform colas coated in resin. The minimal leaf to cola ratio helps combat mold and increases airflow. This variety is quick to mature and produces heavy buds coated in CBD. Grizzly flowers when the daylight drops below 13 hours and 53 minutes.

Octane

Octane is a sativa hybrid with a large stretch and medium flower time that produces large, coated colas for biomass production. The colas are often too large for smokable flower, but viable sizes can be picked from crop during harvest. This plant has a great flower stretch and excellent airflow between the buds with larger node spacing that fills out tall and wide. This variety has an earthy terpene profile with strong undertones of gas, hence her name Octane. This variety begins to flower when daylight drops below 13 hours and 47 minutes.

SCBD

SCBD is a mostly sativa hybrid capable of producing massive plants with slow-climbing content. This variety is ideal for tough climates and shows a strong resistance to common hemp pests who prefer deeper terpenes. The longer-spaced nodes allow for slender colas to withstand higher humidity environments and wind damage. SCBD is a well-known variety capable of producing high CBD and low THC content. This variety is ideal for the late planter or those who live in a Southern region with minimal daylight hours. This variety begins to flower when the daylight drops below 13 hours and 21 minutes.

Lemon Lime

Lemon Lime is very unusual with a high leaf to cola ratio—which makes the buds almost completely covered by leaf. Once uncovered, the frost and terpene profile are released, but this variety is best suited for biomass or a process where trimming or de-leafing is not required. This variety does have a tighter cola spacing and larger leaves but has a higher than average resistance to powdery mildew and other common pests. Lemon Lime has a beautiful green color and holds a compact bush form until flowering, when it begins to stretch and reach taller. This variety is extremely uniform and looks excellent when compared to other later varieties due to the size colas it can produce quickly. This variety will begin to flower when the daylight drops below 13 hours and 9 minutes.

Atlantis CBG

CBG is an excellent variety because it has non-detectable THC even in the later weeks of flower. This variety will finish at around 14-15% CBG. CBG does have large indica dominant leaves and very big colas that can be an issue for high humidity environments if not monitored carefully. The pure size of the buds can be intimidating and, in some cases, requires staking or support to maintain growth. Overall, this is an excellent option for farmers who are concerned with the Total THC rules and have an outlet for CBG oil. This variety can be grown indoors for smokable flower or outdoors for oil production because of the cola sizes. This variety will begin to flower when the daylight drops below 13 hours and 42 minutes.

Late Sue

Late Sue is a sativa hybrid that requires maximum space to perform to its highest potential. Expect large branches and even bigger colas. Late Sue is a rare plant that offers great yields, a long stretch, and high CBD-ridden colas. Late Sue is a longer flowering plant, but once flowering, content quickly climbs as the plant gets larger. Proper space for roots and branching is critical to get the most out of this unique variety. Late Sue is a uniform beauty with a great terpene profile and high CBD content. This plant is a biomass plant designed for large outdoor operations seeking a high combined weight and content. Late Sue is harvested later, but this helps to combat common pests because it is slower to reach flower. Late Sue continues to impress growers across the southeast. Late Sue begins to flower when daylight drops below 12 hours and 40 minutes.

Interested?

Please contact us for more information.

dan@secondcenturyag.com
+ 1 912 549 7083

SECOND CENTURY AG
Athens, TN – Ocilla, GA – Atlanta, GA – Denver, CO
912-549-7083