With an extensive history of advocating for the hemp plant, we always keep both farmers and patients at the center of our mission. We have been a driving force in setting regulatory standards, working with state and local government to craft laws that support and protect farmers. We have long believed in hemp as an alternative method of healing as well as industrial uses in building, textiles and biofuels to help create a greener tomorrow for generations to come.
You have the capability to purchase seeds and clones. Which do you choose?
Seeds can be enticing due to lower perceived cost, but you don’t really know what you are getting. Bad seeds can give you poor yields, male plants that ruin your crops (and you neighbor’s), and bad germination rates. With clones you can actually see a live plant and ideally a COA (Certificate of Analysis) from the mother plant to tell you what the CBD/THC mix is.