The Whole Plant Way.
We grow for the whole plant
We are hemp farmers who grow hemp the way it grows naturally, "The Whole Plant Way".
We broadcast on average 5.2 kilograms or 11.5 pounds of certified organic natural dioecious hemp seeds per acre, with a projected spacing of 4 inches between plants.
With our way of farming there is minimal soil disruption.
We are allowing a portion of the hemp seed grown on our acre to mature and naturally fall too the ground in the fall.
By letting this hemp seed fall to the ground as it does in nature we eliminate the need to till the land in the spring.
Our perpetual harvest of whole plant hemp builds the soil as it grows year after year, think of our hemp field as a large composter, adding organic inputs just by growing.
Growing our hemp seed you can potentially harvest over 600 pounds of hempseed per acre, each year depending on your growing location and environmental factors.
Healthy soil requires organic inputs, and growing hemp "The Whole Plant Way" can add 5 tons of organic plant material to the soil each year.
Growing the whole plant way allows us to capture and utilize all of the compounds of the plant to include, fiber, flower, hemicellulose and over 400 plus compounds that make up the Cannabis Sativa l Hemp plant.
With the hemp you grow from our seed, your harvested crop can turn be turned into building materials, water filtration, bio digestion, renewable natural gas production, bio pellets to replace coal fired energy, animal feed, biodiesel, CBDA, CBGA, CBD, CBC, CBN, nutrient dense plant protein and more.
We climatize our hemp seeds with natural breeding protocols only.
We only grow with natural heirloom hemp seed.
We are a collective of small family owned farms that have been growing hemp since 1979.
No tilling, no synthetic inputs or chemicals needed to grow hemp the whole plant way, just a great way to help save and rebuild the living soil that we are all connected to. If you are interested in growing hemp the whole plant way, feel free to contact us anytime with your questions.
Contact us. for your seeds to save the soil.