How we grow?
We strive for extra care from early stages of cloning and vegetation to incubator conditions accordingly.
The farm has two separate gardens and licenses one is 5000 sqft mix light (hoop houses ) and the second garden is a 5000 sq ft outdoor cultivation. In a Regular season we conduct two rounds of mixed light runs and throughout the first 8 weeks of the plant life cycle. During the growing cycle we apply all raw and certified organic amendments to promise strong healthy plants and prepare them for the flowering stage.
Our crafting techniques
of banding, tying, pruning and super cropping insure that the plants stay free from any pesticides and fungicide.
We also test our soil twice a year and conduct tissue and sap testing to follow up on plant intake during flowering. That allows us to follow and amend the soil for one long season.
To be a certified organic cannabis farm cultivator and handler is incredibly important for several reasons. First and foremost, organic certification guarantees that the cannabis products being produced and handled are grown and processed without the use of harmful chemicals or synthetic additives that can be harmful to consumers and the environment. It also promotes the use of sustainable farming practices that help to maintain healthy soil and minimize the impact on natural ecosystems. Additionally, organic certification helps to establish trust between us as the producer and our consumers, as it ensures that the product has been verified by a third-party organization to meet strict standards for quality and safety. By becoming certified organic, we are increasingly concerned about the impact of our products on the environment and consumers health. Overall, organic certification is an essential for farms in the process of producing high-quality, sustainable, and safe cannabis products.
Thank you for choosing our family cannabis farm.
We look forward to serving you and helping you discover the healing power of cannabis.