Bomar Agra Estates

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Bomar Agra Ecosystem of Products

Bomar Agra Estates is USDA Certified Organic Industrial Hemp wholesaler located in Colorado. Operated 33 greenhouse with over 55,000 sqft in space and over 1,000 farming acres and aggregation in San Luis Valley.

We offer high CBD percentage of hemp biomass, hemp seed, and hemp extracts to wholesalers only. With over 50 years of combined organic farming and extraction experience, our team of farmers, botanists and extraction professionals understand what it takes to deliver exceptional hemp products.

Innovation is the heart of what drives us. Our team of visionaries wake up with one goal in mind – to provide our partners and consumers with an end product they will be proud to put their name on. Learn how we are redefining the hemp industry with our revolutionary practices and genetics.

Bomar Agra Estates is legally registered with the Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA) and USDA Certified Organic Industrial Hemp wholesale provider in Colorado, along with all of our industrial hemp products are grown using safe, organic farming practices.

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For farmers converting fields or seasoned hemp growers elevating their quality and productivity, Bomar Agra Estates provides a wealth of knowledge on genetics, farming best practices, and getting the most out of this hemp industry. The end result is to get you to the most successful outcomes.

Industrial Hemp vs Medical Marijuana FAQ

What is industrial hemp?

Hemp, or industrial hemp biomass, is a strain of the Cannabis sativa plant species that is grown specifically for the industrial uses of its derived products. It is one of the fastest growing plants and was one of the first plants to be spun into usable fiber 10,000 years ago.

We do not sell Marijuana or Cannabis, is a psychoactive drug from the Cannabis plant used for medical or recreational purposes.

What is recreational cannabis or marijuana?

Recreational cannabis or marijuana, are used to intentionally change one’s state of consciousness, often producing feelings of happiness and exhilaration. In the cannabis industry (specifically in American states like Colorado and Washington), recreational marijuana can be purchased at a recreational dispensary by anyone (either from the state or from outside the state) who is 21 years or older with a valid government-issued ID.

Recreational marijuana dispensaries are in contrast to medical marijuana dispensaries, which are governed by strict bylaws. We do not sell Marijuana or Cannabis, is a psychoactive drug from the Cannabis plant used for medical or recreational purposes.

Do you sell recreational cannabis or marijuana?

We do not sell Marijuana or Cannabis, is a psychoactive drug from the Cannabis plant used for medical or recreational purposes. We sell industrial hemp products from hemp biomass, hemp seeds to hemp extracts that contain no more than 0.3% THC and are legal in all 50 states.

Do you sell medical cannabis or marijuana?

We do not sell Marijuana or Cannabis, is a psychoactive drug from the Cannabis plant used for medical or recreational purposes. We sell industrial hemp products from hemp biomass, hemp seeds to hemp extracts that contain no more than 0.3% THC and are legal in all 50 states.

Where do I find medical cannabis or marijuana?

To get medical marijuana, you need a written recommendation from a licensed doctor in states where that is legal. (Keep in mind that some doctors might not be as willing to recommend medical marijuana to their patients.)

In any case, you must have a condition that qualifies for medical marijuana use. Each state has its own list of qualifying conditions.

Your state may also require you to get a medical marijuana ID card. Once you have that card, you can buy medical marijuana at a store called a dispensary.

Hemp Seeds FAQ

What license do I need to buy high quality BOMAR seeds?

We are only legally obligated to only sell to individuals or companies who hold a state issued, Farm Bill compliant industrial hemp license or registration.

Who's the most likely candidate for hemp production?

Experiences farmers have been rolling into hemp out of opportunity, mainly, but usually know the irrigation and cultivation methods needed for hemp farming. At the extensive level, corn and wheat farmers are finding it more difficult to make a profit, and that itself will drive them to try new and more specialized crops. Also fruit farmers will generally have the knowledge to care for hemp. In the near term, successful and responsible hemp farming should see hemp included as a rotational crop, both for its sustainable insertion into large scale agriculture, as well as for the nitrogen fixation and farm sanitation characteristics of hemp.

To find out more about your region, we recommend speaking with your local or US Department of Agriculture and/or Agronomist.

Is high quality hemp seed growing suited for my State or regions?

It’s amazing to see how well hemp does in most regions. Since the Farm Bill was passed, many new states are now growing hemp and many more countries are also working to cultivate in their regions.

To find out more about your region, we recommend speaking with your local or US Department of Agriculture and/or Agronomist.

Whats the difference between an Feminized and Regular Seed?

Feminized Seeds will grow plants that produce flowers (buds); there is no changing of the light cycle to initiate flowering the way you do with regular seeds.

Regular Seeds are non-feminized and non-autoflowering. You should expect half of your plants from these seeds to be male and dispose of them before they can pollinate your females. Pollinated females produce lower quality buds that are full of seeds. Regular seeds require a change in the light cycle to begin producing flowers.

How do I figure out how many high quality seeds to buy?

We’re here to help you with that process. Once you determine your acreage, we can help inform which varietals and quantities will meet your needs.

In recent years, two effective and efficient irrigation methods have emerged as the leading technologies — drip and center pivots. Drip is better suited for small vegetable fields, orchards or vineyards. Pivots are best for larger fields, although options for small fields exist.

2,500 seeds per acre if you used the Drip Irrigation Method

7,500 seeds per acre if you used the Center Pivots Method

What is your hemp seed order minimum?

Our minimums vary based on varietals and pricing. Many of our varietals have MOQ as low as 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 250, 500, 1,000, 2,500, 5,000.

10,000 Seeds and above is in bulk. In bulk, we sell 10,000 – 50,000 Seeds = $0.75 cents/seed and 50,000 Seeds to 10,000,000 Seeds = $0.50 cents/seed.

Which seed variety should I buy to grow my hemp harvest?

Bomar Agra’s seeds are known for the quality yield produced by our strains and the consistency of their harvest when grown properly. At Bomar, we live by the highest standards meaning we tap into the power of genetics and leverage efficient and innovative technologies to produce clean and pure, feminized seeds.

Every variety in our catalog has undergone the same scrutiny, field trials, and testing year after year. The primary differences between them are found in the terpene profile and flower structure; all can be trimmed into flowers or sold in pre-rolls, and all varieties have the same robust, self-supporting structure and flowering times.

Can I plant hemp seed directly into the ground or should I transplant into a pot?

We can do both. We offer high quality hemp seeds to ensure that what you’re planting has the best potential for success. Different regions call for different varieties. Primarily, this is dependent on photoperiods, especially with flower duration and how long it takes plants to mature. Talk to us about your region and we can help determine the best varieties products for you.

Does BOMAR produce and sell high quality feminized seeds?

Yes, our BOMAR seeds are feminized. Our process results in an industry-leading 99.97% female plants from our seed. 1 in 4,000 are phenotypically male despite carrying an XX female genotype and will drop pollen these should be rogue and removed before fully flowering. In addition, all of our seed is non-GMO. You can review our feminization reports at our Certification section.

What is the germination rate % of BOMAR seeds?

Based on tests in third party labs, the vast majority of our seed lots will germinate at above 99%. To us, quality control is of utmost importance. Our processes like pollinating indoors, SOP’s for seed cleaning and QC help us provide you with the best seed possible. Priming helps regulate the seed’s temperature and moisture content. This brings the seed closer to the point of germination.

Are your BOMAR seeds varieties below 0.3% THC?

Yes BOMAR seeds are below 0.3%. Unlike other states, compliance has always been tightly regulated in Colorado, where laws dictating total THC levels and rigorous compliance testing have been part of hemp producers’ long-standing standard operating procedures. We’ve been working within CDA requirements of total THC since 2013.

We work with third party party labs (Bontanacor, Eurofins and Gobi Analytical) to provide you with compliant product. COA’s are provided during the sale process.

As with any crop, hemp requires care when growing, so we recommend developing a clear testing plan before you grow.

How do you ship your hemp seeds after I place an order?

We ship via FedEx next day (with Signature Confirmation) at our expense and guarantee safe delivery to any Farm Bill compliant hemp license / registration holder.

Hemp Biomass FAQ

What is hemp biomass?

Hemp Biomass is the organic material that includes hemp flower, hemp leaves, and parts of the stem that have been harvested from the plant. Biomass can be regarded as foundation for all use full-spectrum oil extract. There are two methods for collecting hemp biomass, and each are dependent on your end goals. For collection of oils, leaves, or for use as fuel, hemp biomass should be dried as effectively as possible before further processing.

What is hemp biomass processing prodecures?

One of the most rewarding parts of the process is taking what you have grown for months and seeing the final product. With so many finished goods possibilities, each it unique in its own way, our hemp biomass is normally for CBD Oil production.

From here the dried biomass is ready to be stored until enough of the biomass has been harvested to allow for viable oil production.

What is drying hemp and whats the process?

Drying hemp can be done in a variety of ways. From the inside of a sterile lab facility, the major factor here is space and adequate air flow. Snipping each branch from the plant and hanging them individually, allows for not only a quicker drying process and results in less product loss. Hanging can be done a variety of ways. Hemp is commonly hung by wedging the stalk/branch through traditional drying wires or clamps. These wires/clamps allow it to hang with adequate air flow to dry for 3-5 days.

Whats your pricing on Conventional and USDA Certified Organic hemp biomass?

We sell both conventional and USDA Certified Organic Hemp Biomass, with conventional biomass going for $1.25/per CBD % and the certified organic biomass going for $2.25/per CBD %. For good measure we will included the COA from Botanacor and Gobi that shows our 8% CBD Potency.

Creating a pricing breakdown if you were going to buy 100 lbs of Hemp Biomass based on both these prices for conventional and organic.

Examples:

Conventional at $1.25/per CBD % x 8 = $10/per lbs

USDA Certified Organic at $2.25/per CBD % x 8 = $18/per lbs

What license do I need to buy high quality BOMAR biomass?

We are only legally obligated to only sell to individuals or companies who hold a state issued, Farm Bill compliant industrial hemp license or registration.

To whom does BOMAR sell hemp to once it's harvested?

Normally, most farming happens under contract with manufacturing labs, however, there’s a growing market of hemp biomass, both at the futures (presales) level, as well as after harvest when we explore new opportunities with manufacturing labs.

What is the process of hemp biomass storage?

Stored in a BOMAR low moisture/temperature-controlled state of the art, warehouse facility. For the combine farmer, once the hemp is cut it will be also need to dry out for a few days. To promote faster drying, try raking with a hay rake or tedder to arrange into biomass into rows. Once it is dry the hemp will be baled by an automatic baler and tractor. Hemp can be baled with any hay baler. It can be baled using square or round bales based on the storage option for each unique situation. The biggest focus here is to do everything to insure low moisture content in each bale, 15% to 10%.

Whats the difference between Conventional and USDA Certified Organic hemp biomass?

The essential difference between organic and conventional hemp biomass farming is that conventional farming relies on chemical intervention to fight pests and weeds and provide plant nutrition. That means synthetic pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers. Organic farming relies on natural principles like biodiversity and composting instead to produce healthy, abundant food.

BOMAR Conventional Hemp Biomass produced by partnering farms that rely on chemical intervention to fight pests and weeds and provide plant nutrition. That means synthetic pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers.

BOMAR USDA Certified Organic Hemp Biomass in the United States, the definition of “organic” provided through the government regulated U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Organic Program (NOP) of all aspects associated with the production, handling, processing, and labeling of organic products, which are strictly enforced. In short, the NOP defines organic agriculture as “an ecological production management system that promotes and enhances biodiversity, biological cycles and soil biological activity.” It is based on minimal use of off-farm inputs and on management practices that restore, maintain and enhance ecological harmony.

How do you ship hemp biomass between state lines?

We ship hemp biomass with your third party freight company which pick up and deliver the hemp biomass to your company facilities. There are many states that consider industrial hemp and hemp products to be legal.

We suggest COA’s for every shipment and a copy of the COA for all of the batches. Letters from both parties stating the use and delivery locations. Registration from both parties involved.

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