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Genetic Selection III, Seed or Clone? Part 2

Seed Stock Pros: Stronger root zone. This means more nutrient uptake, higher immunity and a stronger plant. The taproot of the seed/seedling means that the plant will be anchored into the ground, protecting it from strong winds and insulating it from fluctuating environmental conditions. Stronger roots also means bigger plants with higher yield.

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Genetic Selection II, Seed or Clone? Part 1

Working with Clone Stock Clone Stock PROS Guaranteed genetics. If you have a COA of the mother(s) that the clone came from or of a clone that was grown to maturity, you can be very confident that the plants you are getting will test extremely close to that COA value.  100% female. Instead of worrying about culling males, if you are working with clones from mother stock that doesn’t contain high levels of hermaphroditic traits so you can be confident that all of the plants you received are duplicates of each other. Considering one male can pollinate plants up to ten miles away, having that reassurance and peace of mind is almost invaluable.  It will be extremely easy to keep...

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Genetic Selection I, An Introduction

So you’ve decided to grow hemp for cannabinoid production. You’ve already determined your location, the cannabinoids you want to produce for and tested the soil and amended/purchased your fertilizer regimen.

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Feeding Your Soil - Step #8

The Microbe to Fungi ratio is another important one to consider when trying to maximize the effects of your active biology in high-profit cultivation. In the early stages of a plant’s life, it prefers approximately a 2:1 Microbes to Fungi application rate. There is a very specific reason that we prefer this strategy.

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Feeding Your Soil - Step #7

Frequent Inoculation is essential for continued development of microbe life in the soil. Our goal is to create a well-balanced culture in the soil, and in order to achieve that, we need to ensure that balance between these microbes is maintained in the complete soil food web over time.

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