Hemp vs Marijuana
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.
Recreational 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.
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.
When selling our hemp seed to other Farmers (outside of Colorado), the Seller we need that Farmer State’s Seed Dealer or Seed Seller License to sell those seeds to your Farm or Greenhouse in your State. Here is all the US States Seed License’s we carry listed for your review.
We are only legally obligated to only sell to individuals or companies who hold a state issued, Status of State and Tribal Hemp Production Plans for USDA Approval or your State registration hemp grower license.
We also track the 2021 feminized hemp seeds to grow CBD hemp seed for Industrial Hemp by US State, Canada and International with their Rules and Legislation in the United States, including Canada and International territory.
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 reviewing the Status of State and Tribal Hemp Production Plans for USDA Approval and/or Agronomist.
Once a plan is approved by USDA, it remains in effect unless suspended or revoked by USDA pursuant to the procedures described in the Interim Final Rule, or unless the State or Tribe revises their plan.
Feminized Hemp 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.
Non Feminized Hemp 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.
We’re here to help you with that process for your feminized hemp seeds. 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.
Drip Irrigation Method 2,500 seeds per acre if you used this method of irrigation.
Center Pivots Method 7,500 seeds per acre if you used this method of irrigation.
All of our varietals have minimum order quantity (MOQ) as low as 100 seeds. For non-feminized hemp seeds we sell by the pounds which is normally 33,000 to 35,000 a pound of seeds. Sometimes the seeds can be thicker or thinner based on the varietal.
Yes our seeds are mainly feminized hemp seeds unless they are noted to be non-feminized hemp seeds. 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 Certificate of Analysis section.
Click here for the Germination Report from Colorado Seed Lab (maintained by Colorado State University), located in Fort Collins, CO. For nearly 100 years, the Colorado Seed Laboratory has been your source for excellence and reliability in seed testing. Our Germination Reports also come with the Purity Examination as well.
That’s correct all our feminized hemp seeds are below 0.3% THC levels. We follow the Farm Bill compliant ruling, this 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 ship via FedEx (with Signature Confirmation) at our expense and guarantee safe delivery to any industrial hemp license / registration holder. Within the FedEx package will included:
• Seed Label on the Package from the State of Colorado
• Certificate of Analysis (COA) of CBD Potency of the Seeds
• Feminization Report (only available for Cherry Blossom, T1 Trump, and Stormy Daniel Hemp Seeds)
• Informational Flyer
Industrial Hemp Biomass is the organic (if your USDA certified 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 that can be turned into CBD Crude oil, CBD Distillate or CBD Isolate powder. There are two methods for collecting hemp biomass, and each are dependent on your end goals. For collection of oils, leaves, hemp biomass should be dried as effectively as possible before further processing.
Going rate for USDA Certified Organic Industrial Hemp for $35.00 to $75/lbs, but if your interested reach out to us. Currently, the Organic Biomass market is very limited.
Our industrial CBD hemp is grown using safe, organic farming practices. Raw hemp biomass can be refined to make anything from wellness products to medical. If you are a farmer growing hemp or looking for hemp biomass for sale to get into the lucrative CBD business, get in touch with us.
We store our industrial hemp biomass in our 44,000 square feet low moisture/temperature-controlled state of the art, warehouse facility. For the farmer, once the hemp is processed it will be also need to dry out for a few days. To promote faster drying, we rake 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%.
The essential difference between conventional and organic hemp biomass farming is that conventional hemp farming relies on chemical intervention to fight pests and weeds and provide plant nutrition. That means synthetic pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers. Organic hemp farming relies on natural principles like biodiversity and composting instead to produce healthy, abundant food.
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.
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 – our certification is from Organic Certifiers.
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.
Every day, increasingly complex hemp shipping demands on your business. The ability to succeed requires a shift in focus—from short-term capacity to long-term agility. This is why we have partnered and have an exclusive contract with Coyote Logistics (a UPS Company) the best hemp shipper in hemp industry.