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We’re America’s largest succulent tissue culture producer, and we can’t wait to meet you at Cultivate’20 Virtual – the industry’s largest 100% online trade show! For 33 years, we’ve produced the finest tissue-cultured and custom-propagated plants, especially hard-to-find varieties. That includes Agaves and Aloes, but also hemp, flowering plants, stage III, stage IV and more. […]

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GrowerTalks Rancho Tissue Article

Rancho Tissue adds hemp to lineup The way things are heating up in the hemp market, I’m going to have to institute a weekly hemp update. Or perhaps it will eventually be easier to list the companies that are NOT in hemp. This week, it’s Rancho Tissue Technologies (RTT) that has announced entry into the […]

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Hemp/CBD tissue culture

Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., June 18, 2019 – Rancho Tissue Technologies is entering the hemp and hemp/CBD markets, offering clean, high-quality, true-to-type tissue culture and propagation of hemp. “With 40 years of tissue culture experience, I regularly receive requests from growers wanting tissue cultured microcuttings and liners of popular hemp selections or of their own […]

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Mason Montoya has joined Rancho Tissue as lead researcher. Mason comes to us with an incredibly broad background in tissue culture. While in college Mason worked toward development of a protocol on the ever popular but difficult to tissue culture ornamental plant Strelitzia nicolai. After receiving his BS degree in biology from UC Irvine he […]

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Test Tube Banner

Welcome to the new Rancho Tissue Technologies website. We’ve refreshed our design for a new and improved responsive design. There are several great features to note, improved availability lists as well as ongoing site improvements.

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agave bracteosa calamar

New to Rancho Tissue -Agave bracteosa ‘Calamar’ Agave bracteosa ‘Calamar’ (Solitary Candelabrum Agave) is a solitary slow growing succulent with 1 foot tall by 18″ wide rosettes of unarmed (spineless) pale green leaves. The leaves, which usually number 20 or fewer emerge vertically in the center and arch gracefully back towards the outside of the […]

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A 1998, MIssissippi State University – ARS/USDA release, Biloxi Southern Highbush blueberry is one of many Blueberry varieties we have in stock. The Biloxi Blueberry has a vigorous, upright, spreading, and notably bushy growth habit. It is recommended for low to no chill areas (<150 hours), where it typically can be grown fully-evergreen. Biloxi is […]

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