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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 very substantial based on soil, water, climate and growing technique.

Expected CBD Content

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

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

**Please note our ‘generic’ seed has not been testing, 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.

Potency Testing

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