INFO / TESTING

WE DON'T JUST GROW HEMP, WE ARE HELPING TO GROW THE HEMP INDUSTRY... ONE PLANT AT A TIME.

INFORMATION

PLANT SPACING:

  • Clone: When planting by clone we recommend 48” x 36” spacing – which works out to 3,630 plants per acre.
  • Seed: When planting by seed we recommend 30” x 24” spacing – which works out to 8,712 plants per acre.

ESTIMATED HARVEST VOLUME:

We typically see 1-2 tons per acre on plant material, excluding stock and stem. ***Note: This can vary substantially based on soil, water, climate and growing technique.

EXPECTED CBD CONTENT

From clone/feminized seed the whole plant material is typically between 8% – 10%, with a bud/flower sample typically between 10% – 12%. Using regular seed, you can expect a 2% drop making the whole plant material between 6% – 8%, and a bud/flower sample between 8% – 10%. ***Note: This can vary substantially based on soil, water, climate and growing technique.

Although our genetics typically stay under 0.3% THC, it is recommended you begin taking samples of your material in the last three weeks of flower.

**Please note: Our ‘generic’ seed has not been tested, and we make no claims about the CBD or THC concentrations that will be seen.

FEMINIZATION

With our non-generic seed, you should expect a 50/50 male to female ratio. ***Some people have been able increase the percentage of female plants by increasing the nitrogen content in the soil.

Our feminized seed is typically 99.9% female.

BAOX

BaOx is a high CBD hemp seed created from Hindu Kush and Otto. You can expect a fast flowering time and a short wide plant with a large / dense flower structure.

Generic

Our generic seed is harvest from our high CBD outdoor crop, and is a BaOx hybrid.

TESTING:

When growing high CBD industrial hemp, it is important to begin testing the plant material 3 weeks prior to harvest to ensure that the crop is under 0.3% THC.

Periods of extreme hot weather and/or drought can increase THC levels in industrial hemp plants. When growing outdoors, we recommend starting testing September 1st, and when using a indoor / greenhouse environment – we suggest beginning testing at day 40.