Depending on the amount you ordered, our industrial hemp flower will either vacuum sealed or put in a stand-up brown bag. Afterward Labels are included, licensing and Labs of the hemp flower. Each order contains COA’s.
Carolina Dream is the finest Colorado-grown strain on the market. Hence our local soil is rich in alkaline and topped off with organic compost.
By the way Colorado soil contains high concentrations of magnesium therefore lending this superior strain a heart healthy quality. Since alkaline-based soils tend to be far less soluble than others, thus we have infused our beds with added nutrients to fortify them throughout the growth process. Our strains are ship across all 50 states, with lab results.
There are three species of the hemp plant: Cannabis sativa L., Cannabis indica and Cannabis ruderalis. Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the active ingredient of marijuana, is the main difference between the different species.
Cannabis sativa L.
Hemp is a subspecies of cannabis. Varieties have a THC content of less than 0.3%. Hemp is a non-psychoactive form of cannabis. Generally Cannabis sativa L. is generally tall and randomly branched, high in fibre and grain, and is low in THC. Many fibre and grain products and industrial uses have been made from Cannabis sativa L. (hemp).
Cannabis Indica is cone shaped, short, and densely branched. Therefore it will have poor fiber quality, generally used to make medicine or just for personal needs. Furthermore it tends to have a higher THC content than CBD. C. Sativa L. and C. Indica tend to have THC concentrations between 18-38%. By the way, day length can also control when they flower.
is not common in North America. Cannabis ruderalis will produce flowers based on its age rather than the light cycle (photoperiod). Autoflowering is a type of flowering.
Hemp is an annual broadleaf plant with a taproot. Hemp generally requires 110 days for its growth and should receive around 10-12 inches (25.4-30.5 cm) of rainfall throughout the growing season. Soil moisture will affect the ability of the root to penetrate deep into the soil profile, Therefore hemp can demonstrate adaptations to a variety of soil moisture conditions. In some soils the taproot may penetrate 6-12 inches (15-30 cm) deep.
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