July 9, 2013



The foundation of industrial hemp in Colorado is the farmers.

I have to emphasize how important it is to work with an experienced Cannabis Sativa L. person who understands the plant as well as everything from “Plant to Product.”

Consulting for:
01: Industrial Hemp Introduction/General Growing
02: Dual Purpose Crops for Seed and Fiber
03: Soil Conditions
04: Climate and Water Needs
05: Fertilization of the Soil
06: Drilling/Seeding
07: Weed Control
08: Diseases and Pests
09: Combining hemp for seed
10: Harvesting Fiber
11: Retting (rotting and turning)
12: Baling and Storage
13: De-gumming
14: Agronomy
15: Rotation Crop
16: Transportation of Hemp
17: Straw Quality
18: Crop Following Hemp with Other Crops
19: Field Trials

Colorado is in a very unique position with many industrial hemp opportunities.
Colorado has a historic opportunity, and much is yet to come…There is a lot of work to do before industrial hemp grown in Colorado will be considered comparative in value with hemp grown in other parts of the world. There are quite a few unknown factors to discover growing a brand new crop here after 60 some odd years.The goal is for everyone to have the best success! Now that it’s legal to grow, we can pave the way in this industry. There are few key points to support the cultivation process for farmers to keep it simple and most effective for you to do what you do best – the growing.The ramping up of the industry here in Colorado is estimated to take a minimum of three to five years.  Here’s to designing our Hempy World!Where do I get seed and what should it cost?

•Cultivate your own
•Order it yourself online.
•Work with a collaborative group to properly and legally import cultivars from around the world.
…or all of the above.

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