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Old 10-11-2017, 08:17 AM #171
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Nice! Hope it helps you. We've had nothing but positive feedback from growers. Our goal is to make varieties better every year and help push large scale cannabis cultivation forward.
I'm going to be stocking the tincture in the shop I manage and am giving some to my ex (mother of my child) later today for her elderly dog. Hoping it gives the old girl some relief. Will keep you posted
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Oregon Dept. of Agriculture THC compliance test results below for our Stem Cell CBG variety (0.028%, 10x less than the legal limit for hemp). We waited until 5 days before harvest for the official test to prove a point--this is the lowest THC content variety available through traditional breeding practices and can be safely grown in any country with a hemp program. It is the first publicly available pure cannabigerol (CBG) variety. We are very excited to get this to people around the world!

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Old 10-21-2017, 04:45 PM #174
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I posted some of these photos over in Robrites' awesome "Oregon grow" thread already, which most folks who read this are also a part of--sorry for some duplication. Torrential rains hit early Thursday morning; we put in an 18 hour day harvesting Wednesday to get all of our finished CBG clones in from the 3 farms where they spent their days. It took about 12k sq. ft. of warehouse space to hang whole plant / tops, but will be worth the effort in the end.




With that, we can almost wrap up the 2017 harvest season. We still have thousands of plants in the field that we couldn't get to, so there will be one more gross harvest of all the moldy material (yup, there's a very good market for that stuff too), which will get piled up in "mold mountain" sometime next week and slow dried until the new year. At $50 a pound and 500k pound demand, it's still worth salvaging! What a weird world we live in....so cool that extraction technology has figured out how to make use of what used to be compost.

Our trim team is still working around the clock to fulfill international flower orders on our R&D crop, pallets of trim / leftover material are headed out to oil extractors, and the farm team is getting ready for a large increase in scale next year. I got to spend the day in our temporarily cleared out greenhouses, getting the parents to our 2018 crop settled into their new pots and PCR screened for the presence / absence of particular genes of interest. Two days after bringing in all our CBG clone mothers for harvest, a small percentage of her grandchildren are stretching their legs and beginning to flower under 24 hours of light...these are the special ladies we've been looking for--high oil content, pure autoflowering CBG plants. We've progressed so much in 3 years and know that year #4 will continue that trend in a positive way. So thankful to contribute a bit to the legacy of this plant.

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Got the oil in yesterday. Each bottle is a half ounce and contains 347mg cbd and 7.5mg thc. He grows your strains, does a co2 extraction, then mixes with pure coconut oil. By far the best CBD oil I carry now. By far. He was going to breed his own cbd varieties then got hip to what you're doing Socioecologist, and decided fem seeds were the way to go. He just harvested 10k plants!
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Oregon Dept. of Agriculture THC compliance test results below for our Stem Cell CBG variety (0.028%, 10x less than the legal limit for hemp). We waited until 5 days before harvest for the official test to prove a point--this is the lowest THC content variety available through traditional breeding practices and can be safely grown in any country with a hemp program. It is the first publicly available pure cannabigerol (CBG) variety. We are very excited to get this to people around the world!

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so these are available in seedform?
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so these are available in seedform?
The pictures are of our original mother plant, one of three phenotypes that emerged from our 2016 breeding projects. We outcrossed this variety in early 2017 to improve it; it takes 2 generations (minimum) to lock the CBG chemotype back in, and we have done that now with several different outcrossing projects. We are selecting our best to use as field production clones in 2018 and those will become the backbone of our "Early" CBG lines, which will then be released to the public for production in 2019.

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a friend just came back from Colorado , and told us that the <0.3% thc endproduct is sold for 50-250 $. Are prices that low?
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a friend just came back from Colorado , and told us that the <0.3% thc endproduct is sold for 50-250 $. Are prices that low?
That's the range for stripped material or ground whole plant destined for extraction / isolate, yes (CBD). Our trimmed flowers are going for a bit more than that (not much though, we are the low price leader in that regard) and the resulting high quality trim is on the upper bound of what you mentioned. But yes, that's an accurate price everywhere in the US for CBD. CBG, due to it's novelty and usefulness, is going for quite a bit more (i.e. more than THC).
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CBG, due to it's novelty and usefulness, is going for quite a bit more (i.e. more than THC)
It was a while ago that you told us that the less common cannabinoids were going to be a major moneymaker for hemp growers, now its turning out to be the case. Is it safe to assume you have projects targeting other cannabinoids?
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