8 Stages of Cannabis Cultivation: Cure

[email protected] Blog

Through the dry and cure process, we achieve a well-preserved flower bud with a lasting shelf life that safeguards the internal cannabinoid profile while developing the all-important terpenoid profile. It is believed that the unique combination of cannabinoids and terpenes within each plant is what makes the healing power available, delivering the entourage effect. By controlling the humidity and temperature …

8 Stages of Cannabis Cultivation: Harvest

[email protected] Blog

Harvesting the cannabinoid rich flowers after 4 months of growth comes with great anticipation. On harvest day, the grow room is filled with dank buds as the plants are relocated from the flowering room to the trim room. We harvest every Monday at the end of 9 weeks in the flowering room when flowers are at peak performance. Grown in …

8 Stages of Cannabis Cultivation: Flowering

[email protected] Blog

The vision started in 2009 when a warehouse became available in Park Hill just around the block from the homes of partners Justin Jones and Greg Gamet. This was great news at a time when property owners were cautious about renting to the cannabis industry. Taking a chance, our landlord approved the lease and owners obtained an OPC License 11 …

8 Stages of Cannabis Cultivation: Vegetative

[email protected] Blog

This Plant is a miracle and grows quickly in the vegetative stage. Even though facing criminally liable propaganda aimed at eliminating it, the Plant remained in our culture because of hidden traits, now being brought into light by legalization. It is a gift. Like the regulated industry she has built around her, the Plant changes significantly during the 8 stages …

8 Stages of Cannabis Cultivation: Propagation

[email protected] Blog

Many young ganjapreneurs, patients, and hobbyists are attempting to replicate the formula for growing top quality cannabis. When Colorado voters approved cannabis as a plant medicine back in the year 2000, it paved the way for legal growing by allowing 6 plants to every medical card holder. This blog post is the first of a seven part series: “7 Cannabis …