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Harvest & Drying Guide

Harvest & Drying Guide

You've taken care of your plants all summer, and now they are in full flower glory! As we head into October, your plants will begin to show you in many ways that they are ready to harvest. 

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You've Got Flowers! What to Expect Before Harvest

You've Got Flowers! What to Expect Before Harvest

As we head into September, many plants in the garden are growing and changing in fun ways, including your hemp! It's easy to track the progress of the flowers on your hemp, it is crazy dramatic to watch full of colors and aromas.

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August Grow Gardening Guide

August Grow Gardening Guide

You don't need acres or ideal conditions to grow hemp - it is easy to grow at home, especially starting in the month of August. Let's talk about some of the advantages to growing in August, potentially in a small space and intentionally growing smaller plants. Yes, advantages! Yes, intentionally smaller plants! Here are the solid reasons behind the how and why. Growing hemp is like growing zucchini. Let's explore this, in particular the more "problematic" outcomes from growing zucchini. Too much to handle. If you've grown zucchini before you know it can produce more fruit than you can ever use...

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Your Hemp is Certified USDA Organic

Your Hemp is Certified USDA Organic

We've always followed organic practices, and we were so excited when the USDA accepted Hemp into their National Organic Program. Learn more below about what organic means and how you can easily grow organic at home. USDA Organic SeedlingsYour seedlings are lovingly grown at Infinite Tree's USDA organic certified hemp nursery in the beautiful Applegate Valley. You can read more about our farm and team here. We follow the strict guidelines set by the USDA for everything that touches your plants that includes everything from the cleaning products we use to keep our farm spic n' span to the soil that...

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Green Tea, Meet Hemp Tea

Green Tea, Meet Hemp Tea

It's surprising how many cultures drink tea, and how many people incorporate tea into their daily lives. Whether you want a caffeinated cup or prefer something herbal hemp tea is delicious by itself or as an addition to your regular brew. If you've ever enjoyed a floral cup of green tea, you'll be surprised at how delicate and delicious hemp tea is, and very similar in body and acidity. With a short steeping time and no caffeine, it can be added to your favorite black tea (e.g. Early Grey is black tea with bergamot) or enjoyed on its' own. I like...

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