We are proud to announce that we are now a regional sales representative of Davis Farms in Oregon, an industry leader in the hemp field with 30+ years of experience.
The majority of what we grew in 2020 was their "Painted Lady" and it outperformed all of our other test strains. I first saw "Painted Lady" at the Virginia Tech CBD plot during their 2019 Field Day. She stood out from the rest and I was immediately convinced this was our strain. She did well against drought, pest pressure, torrential rains, and early frost.
She came in easily compliant and we could not be happier!
If you would like more information regarding hemp seed I'll be happy to have that conversation with you and facilitate an introduction with Davis Farms to get you well on
Ask me how to receive 10% off your first purchase!
Seeds from David Hemp Farms are :
In addition to first class seed Davis Farms also has the Impello nutrition program for farmers this season if desired. The program is amazing and they encourage all farmers to use it.
The nutrient program is sold per acre and includes the following delivered to the door and ready to dilute so it can be run through drip or flood irrigation systems.
1. Microbial inoculate and pre veg
2. Early veg
3. Late veg - pre flower
4. Early Flower
5. Mid flower
6. Flower finisher
Hemp is defined as a cannabis plant (Cannabis Sativa L) containing less than 0.3% Total THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), which is the psychoactive compound that induces the "high" most commonly associated with marijuana. Though hemp is often cultivated for its rich CBD (Cannabidiol) content, it can also be refined into fiber, textiles, paper, building materials, and bio-fuel.
Yes. With the release of the USDA’s Interim US Domestic Hemp Production Program, those handling hemp in any fashion (seed breeding, plant cultivation, CBD extraction, or whole biomass processing) must have a hemp license. Every state has its own hemp regulations. If your state already has a hemp program in place, you must follow your local hemp regulations. If your state does not yet have a hemp program, you must follow the USDA’s licensing program until your state’s program is developed.