Strains of cannabis that lack THC are grown to produce products from food, to textiles and building materials. This regulated material is becoming an option for American farmers with state regulations opening up the previous restrictions on growing strains of cannabis.
Growers are quickly jumping into the market of producing hemp. Benefits of growing hemp range from utilizing less inputs of fertilizer, chemicals and water. Hemp is considered to be a high value crop, having thousands of uses in the market.
Figure 1. Hemp, or industrial hemp (from Old English hænep), is a varierty of the cannabis sativa plant species that is grown specifically for the industrial use of its derived products. *Does not contain THC
Hemp Growth Conditions
- Growth conditions depend on the variety of plant being grown
- Does well in loamy soils with pH above 6.0
- Plant is sensitive to compaction
- Over-watering in early stages of growth can stunt growth
- Requires soils containing natural fertility
- Requires extra nutrients and water to achieve yield
- Requires additional inputs for fertility
Lot 125® is a propiertary blend of humic acid and fulvic acid.
1 Month Pre-Harvest
5 Gals/AC at each stage