Farms With High Standards
Our entire product line is organically and naturally cultivated from our farm to your door. This is part of our promise to you, and a big reason why we have been demanding the higher standards for the hemp industry.
why hemp clones rule
Our farms use Hemp Clones. Hemp Clones are the cuttings from a “mother” plant. These clippings then grow their own root systems and become plants that are genetically identical to the original plant, which can grow year after year.
Clones are taken from the healthiest lower branches of the mother plant. Once they are cut from the plant they are then rooted in water, cloning solution or rockwool. Roots typically sprout from the clone in just 2–3 weeks.
We only use the best performing hemp clones so we can improve our harvest after each and every cycle.
More Important Than Dirt
For you farmers out there, you know there is a big difference in the soil you use to grow your crops. That's why our supplier farms follow the best organic farming practices out there. Crops are rotated every cycle, and we never use any pesticides. The soil is also tested on a regular basis for heavy metals and other contaminants to ensure our dirt is the top notch.
no artificial lighting
Natural Light from the Sun
As you may already be able to tell, we strongly believe in organic farming practices and regenerative agriculture. We don't use artificial lighting on any of farms because we want to be eco-friendly and stay a part of the ecosystem we all enjoy.
fresh and clean
Water from the Rocky Mountains
We know that our plants can only be as good as the ingredients we put in, and one of those main ingredients is H2O. That's why we use farm fresh well-water, free from contaminants. And to top it off, our farms test our water on an ongoing basis is to ensure its clean.
Harvest season is the moment every farmer waits for. If you’ve ever grown anything (even a tomato in your backyard), you know how exciting this time can be.
The time for harvesting the hemp is determined by the type of hemp being cultivated. Hemp that is planted for high yielding cannabinoids is typically harvested around early October, or when the plant is approximately 16 weeks old and the flowers have ripened and full of seed.