FAQs

Can I buy just a few hemp plants for a personal grow?

Unfortunately we follow the minimum allotted in order to receive an Indiana Hemp license.

How quickly will I receive my clones?

Once you place your order we request a 3-4 week window depending on the size of your order. This will include hardening.

What if my clones arrive and are dead?

Your satisfaction is our guarantee! We always strive to deliver you the best product possible but sometimes a few of the hundreds of clones may not survive transport. We will always replace any clones you are not happy with, free of charge. 

What is hardening and do you harden for us?

Hardening is the process of climate acclimatization. Our clones are harvested and grown indoors but if you will be planting outdoors your plants still need to be acclimated to the outdoor weather. This can take up to 2 weeks. But don’t worry! We provide hardening at our facility so once you receive your clones they are ready to plant.

What should I do when I receive my clones?

Unpack your clones immediately. Set them outside as they have already been hardened off for the outside temperament, water them if they appear dry, and plant within 3 days of receiving them.

Should I have my soil and water sampled?

Absolutely! Your soil and water can include trace metals, chemicals or other toxins to your hemp grow. Although hemp is a great soil remediator, it may also impede the quality of your grow. We can provide testing lab referrals for this.

Do you sell seeds?

We do not currently sell seeds. This may be an option in the future however so always check back.

Do you grow seed starts?

We are able to grow seed starts indoors. Please notify us via email if you are interested in seed starts.

What is the difference between HEMP and MARIJUANA?

Hemp and marijuana both come from the Cannabis sativa variety. The difference is in the percentage of THC content. The 2018 Farm Bill defines hemp as Cannabis sativa L and “any part of that plant, including the seeds thereof and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts and salts of isomers,” with no more that a 0.3% concentration of THC.

How can I notify people my plants are NOT marijuana?

Purdue extension provides signs that state “Hemp Not Marijuana” that you may place throughout your growing area.

What is Ditch Weed and why do I care?

Ditch Weed is a naturally growing ferel marijuana. According to the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), ditch weed is defined as wild and scattered marijuana plants with no evidence of being planted, fertilized or tended. In 1914, the US department of agriculture noted hemp was abundant as a wild plant in many locations in the Midwest including Iowa, western Missouri, and southern Minnesota.


It is important to be aware of any sites with Ditch Weed as these can often pollenate your crop.

Why is it bad if my crop gets pollinated?

Hemp grows are ideally all female plants. Our clones are all female to guarantee your plants do not pollinate each other. If your plants get pollinated then your plants will expand all their energy in creating seeds instead of nice large CBD rich flowering colas.

Will deer or other animals eat my hemp plants?

That is always a possibility however from our experience it has not been a major problem although deer can sometimes rip holes through your plastic when used in conjunction with drip tape. These holes will allow additional weed growth.

What kind of Pests attack hemp?

  • A great resource is purdue extension entomology newsletter to find more information of pests and hemp. 

 

What is a COA?

COA stands for Certificate of Analysis. It is the basic rap sheet for all things hemp. It’s the “nutrition label” for your hemp product. A COA can tell you the THC:CBD ratio, CBD and various other cannabinoids percentage, heavy metal content, terpenes and so much more.

What lab do I use for hemp testing?

We have 3 trusted lab partners we use and trust. Each providing different needs. When it’s time for you to test we can guide you through this process and who might be the best fit.

When should I test my plants?

Start testing your plants at the first sign of flower. Once you see your plants are flowering you are approximately in week 2 of flower. We have provided you with our COA’s by week in order to guide you on when to expect your plants to yield a certain CBD percentage and staying compliant. We recommend testing on a weekly basis to ensure your crops do not go hot as the outside environments can always cause your plants to vary from indoor.

Where can I get processing done?

We have partnered with Heartland Harvest for your processing needs. They are providing our farmers with special pricing just for our farmers. They can provide drying, bucking, processing to oil, crude, distillate, water soluble, delta 8, and more. If you would like to go with an alternative company we can guide you through this as well.
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