Red Bordeaux is essentially a Berry Blossom bx that was developed with the Colorado farmer in mind concerned about early frost. With no compromise in vigor this varietal allows you to stagger your harvest beginning with Bordeaux in the middle of September. This is a huge logistical advantage when dealing with acres of biomass giving you the ability to harvest your slightly later finishers in their ideal harvest window.
In terms of legality, agriculture licenses for hemp production are available in 46 states, thanks to the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill. It is illegal to produce hemp in Idaho, Mississippi, New Hampshire and South Dakota.
Hot blonde is a select new hemp cultivar bred from two of the rarest and most sought after hemp varieties in the industry right now. Blue forest farms currently is the sole and exclusive distributor for this strain available in extremely limited quantities.
Achieve an exceptional return on investment. Our stable, genetically isolated seeds give your grow the best chance of success. With CBD levels averaging in the 13-18% range, our low THC, High CBD genetics ensure your crop won’t run hot. Each one of our strains was hand picked for the sole purpose of industrial growth and harvest. Have peace of mind knowing that our exceptional quality control standards, commitment to excellence, and socially responsible approach ensure you are investing in a product that meets or exceeds your expectations.
Perfect for outdoor or indoor growing climates, and do not require greenhouses to finish. Perfect for extraction or raw flower. Our High CBD Seeds offer exceptional value, with high levels of phyto-cannabinoids and terpenes. Our focus in hand picking these varietals was quality, above all else. Our rare, special strains have gained popularity in the hemp cigarette industry as an alternative to smoking tobacco and marijuana. Invest in the best. Our genetics offer extremely high research, therapeutic and economic value.
30:1 CBD to THC ratio. Large flowers, large plants (if planted timely) with floral notes of sweet bread, hops, and haze. The legendary r5 was crossed with a select phenotype of the wife, a Colorado heirloom strain grown that has been cultivated commercially here in Colorado for over 8 years. Queen Dream is a Blue forest farms exclusive offering available in limited supply.
When grading quality and performance, it is a top-level strain. The Cherry Wine selection reversed in this hybrid tested well below the legal limit of THC at full maturity (8+ weeks in flower) and averaged nearly 17% CBD from whole plant composite samples. With most of our customers entering into the CBD farming and looking to scale quickly to large industrial agricultural acreage, we know the necessity to supply a stabilized boutique quality CBD oil flower that can, and is expected, to be farmed without the concern of going over the THC threshold (individual farming practices may affect the end result).
For fiber and seed production, you’ll need hemp seeds that produce both male and female plants; for the latter, some male plants are necessary to pollinate the female plants for seed production.
The Otto II is a hybrid high-CBD hemp seed developed in Colorado. Otto II is stable and breeds true for high-ratio CBD expression. Excellent for use in botanical extraction applications. Flowering occurs at 70-77 days indoors.
Perfect for outdoor or indoor growing climates, and do not require greenhouses to finish. Perfect for extraction or raw flower. Our High CBD Seeds offer …
On average, hemp reaches maturity between 8-16 weeks (based on species).
For seed harvest, wait 12-16 weeks until you see seeds forming at the top of the crop. Some seeds lower on the plant may be harder, where as some closer to the top may be soft and green. This is normal and means your plant is not quite ready for seed harvest. For maximum harvest wait until the majority of the seeds are hard.
2 to 4 weeks after your average last freeze when soil temp is above 46F, or anytime up to 4 weeks
What is the proper row spacing for hemp plants?
Year 1: Hemp (planted for harvest)
Year 2: Common Buckwheat (planted for soil phosphorus regeneration)
Year 3: Hemp (planted for harvest)
Year 4: Alfalfa (Planted for soil nitrogen regeneration)
If you don’t the time to plant a cover crop this season then simple supplementation from your local agriculture supply store can be a quick and effective way to ensure you have organic mineral content in time for the current season.
Sending in a soil sample before sowing your hemp seeds is very important. Kush recommends doing a few soil tests from different labs. This will help you to have a broader idea of what is going in the soil, but one test will do the job to get started.
In some hemp fields, seed spacing is commonly 4’x6’, due to how big the plant will be at full maturity. This additional space also gives room to harvest material from the plant. Similar to an orange grove or apple orchard, all hemp plants have their own space. This is more convenient for the farmer, due to the creation of rows to walk, room between plants for inspection, and easier movement at harvest time. This is not necessary, but keeps the field orderly and manageable.
However, hemp can be planted very densley with no issues as well. Not only will this help keep weeds at bay, but it will provide more harvest potential. Another benefit is that the hemp crops do not need to be inspected as frequently due to the sheer quantity.
Planting Hemp seeds from April-June is advised, although conditions are more important than the calendar date. A soil temperature above 50°F, in full sun.