Selecting seeds with exceptional genetic qualities is paramount to achieving farming success, ensuring compliance with regulations, and satisfying customers. Our partners prioritize cultivating superior genetics tailored to our customers’ specific requirements.

Our chosen seeds boast above-average CBD content, enhanced feminization rates, and a terpene profile that is amplified through our meticulous biological production methods. Moreover, we prioritize minimizing THC levels, guaranteeing a product that adheres to legal standards.

Choosing high-quality seeds for farming success

When it comes to hemp farming, selecting high-quality seeds is a critical factor in achieving success and ensuring a productive and compliant harvest. The choice of seeds directly influences the crop’s potential and the satisfaction of customers. It is essential to prioritize seeds with superior genetic qualities to cultivate a robust and desirable hemp crop.


Genetic qualities and crop potential:

The genetic makeup of hemp seeds plays a crucial role in determining the plant’s characteristics, including its ability to produce various crops. Different strains of hemp possess distinct traits and are optimized for specific purposes. By carefully selecting seeds based on customer needs, farmers can tailor their cultivation to produce the desired crops, such as grains, fibers, smokable flowers, or resin for CBD or CBG oil production.

CBD and CBG oil production:

The flowers of female hemp plants contain not only CBD (cannabidiol) and CBG (cannabigerol) but also a rich array of aromatic compounds known as terpenes. Terpenes contribute to the unique scent and flavor of each hemp strain, defining its “terpene profile.” The terpene profile of a strain determines the distinct aromatic characteristics and potential therapeutic benefits of the resulting CBD or CBG oil.

Mitigating Risk and Ensuring Compliance with Low THC Strains

THC levels in hemp are significantly influenced by the genetic makeup of the seeds, according to recent research by Cornell University. This underscores the significance of carefully selecting hemp seeds from strains that have a well-established track record of consistently producing low THC levels.

By opting for seeds with proven low THC levels, farmers can mitigate the risk of their crops exceeding legal thresholds and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. A unique challenge of industrial hemp farming is that farmers must ensure that their hemp crop possesses less than 0.3% of THC. Plants that exceed this limit cannot be legally harvested and sold as industrial hemp.

The seed phase sets the stage for the entire cultivation process. By proactively choosing seeds with low THC content, farmers establish a solid foundation for a successful harvest. It provides peace of mind and confidence in the crop’s compliance and the ability to deliver a consistent, reliable product.

As industry leaders, our commitment to genetic excellence ensures that our customers receive hemp products that meet their expectations while adhering to stringent regulatory standards.