Our Sustainable and Organic Growing Practices

At our farm, we believe in growing hemp using methods that are not only environmentally friendly but also produce high-quality plants. We follow a few key principles to ensure our hemp is grown sustainably and organically.


  1. Soil health: We start with healthy soil, which is essential for growing healthy plants. We use compost and cover crops to build organic matter, increase soil fertility, and retain moisture. We also rotate our crops to prevent soil-borne diseases and pests.
  2. Natural pest control: Instead of using synthetic pesticides and herbicides, we use natural pest control methods. For example, we introduce beneficial insects like ladybugs and lacewings to help control pests. We also use companion planting, where certain plants are grown together to deter pests and attract beneficial insects.
  3. Water conservation: Hemp requires a lot of water, so we use drip irrigation to conserve water and reduce waste. We also collect rainwater and use it to irrigate our crops.
  4. Non-GMO seeds: We use non-GMO hemp seeds to ensure our plants are not genetically modified.
  5. Organic fertilizers: We use organic fertilizers like compost and fish emulsion to provide nutrients to our plants.
  6. Sustainable harvesting: When it’s time to harvest our hemp, we do it by hand to minimize plant damage. We also make sure to leave some plants standing to provide a habitat for beneficial insects and wildlife.

By following these practices, we are able to grow hemp that is not only high-quality but also environmentally friendly. We aim to create a sustainable and regenerative farm that supports our planet’s and community’s health.

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