CANNABINOIDS and TERPENES
Dry bucked biomass weights are calculated from dry bucked wet weight using 25% of wet bucked yield (g/sq ft). Terpene percentage is based on the total average percent weight terpene content of sample. Dominant terpenes listed are the top 5 terpenes as a percentage of total average.
Alpha Explorer is one of our proven autoflowering Phylos Hemp Seed varieties. It is a medium to large, apically dominant auto that has been adapted for medium-density planting and does well later in the season. This variety is a great yielder that produces CBD-rich flower ideal for low-cost farming production, well suited for both extract and flower.
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Day-Neutral Technical Cultivation Guide
When to Plant - Day-Neutral Plants
Variables Affecting Yield Potential
SEED USE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
For important information and restrictions that apply if you order seeds, please read the Seed Use Terms and Conditions.
Every hemp grower needs a legal state compliance test to sell their harvest. A compliant pre-harvest COA (<0.3% total THC) identifies the crop as industrial hemp and allows for legal harvest. Contact your State Department of Agriculture to understand the local rules regarding testing and harvest windows.
Test early and test often. Routine tests reduce your risk of going over the federally legal limit of 0.3% total THC as the plant nears maturity. We recommend you test every week and to utilize a testing log to monitor the increasing cannabinoid content.
For our Automatic Series of Hemp Seeds, we recommend beginning testing at flower initiation, ~35 days after sow (DAS). For our Velocity Series of Hemp Seeds, we recommend beginning testing at flower initiation, when there are ~14 hrs of daylight (between late July and early August at N° 42 for outdoor cultivation). For more information:Interpreting Your COA
A post-harvest COA measures the final potency of your crop and is not considered a compliance COA.