All varieties in this series have the same Mid-September finishing times, but can be delayed by late planting dates and heavy nitrogen feeds. We suggest around 2000 plants per acre for early June field plantings and 3000 per acre for early July field plantings. When field planted in June and offered optimal conditions, 500 grams of flower per plant is easily attainable.
(ACDC x ERB)
*2nd Place 2019 Cultivation Classic*
ACDC is the famous Cannatonic phenotype that helped revolutionize west coast CBD production. As a clone, she is not worth the effort for field production, as her stalks lack the best chance at successful recombination. We bred it for many generations to figure out how to consistently bulk up flowers, flower earlier, strengthen the stalk, narrow the variability in total cannabinoids, and improve terpene desirability.
Loud myrcene dominant terpene profile
Heavy resin producer favored by full spectrum extractors and cut flower connoisseurs
Field ready structure
(DC Haze “CC” x ERB)
Visitors to our 2017 field trials gravitated towards this plant in particular and reminisced about the truly special flavors emanating from imported Hawaiian flowers (beta-caryophyllene and humulene are key secondary and tertiary terpenes). Hawaiian Haze brings farmers a unique opportunity to grow equatorially-inspired, long season flavors at any latitude and to do so with large yielding, modern hybrid flower structure.
Excellent field ready strain for biomass as well as fresh cut flowers
Unique terpene profile that oozes tropical funk
High yielding with large medium density buds
(SH50 x ERB)
Farmers will be rewarded with vigorous bushy, upright growth patterns in the vegetative phase that can easily fill 6” centers. By late August, fields will be full of large, oily “goldilocks” buds, perfect for the international trimmed hemp flower market. The flavor is sweet funk, with some hints of fuel—very sought after by consumers! Pound for pound, this just might be the most lucrative CBD producer available.
Highest recorded yields and plant size in our catalog
Ideal for biomass, but also provides big dense “A” grade flowers
Terpene profile gives off a strong gassy funk
SOUR SPACE CANDY®
(Sour Tsunami x ERB)
The CBD-dominant Sour Tsunami cut used in this cross has the strongest stalk of any plant we have grown and sports a unique, terpinolene-forward flavor similar to GG4 and the Sour Diesel/Chem/OG lines. Outcrossing this variety to our ERB line yields a unique flavor profile reminiscent of sour candy from outer space. If interstellar travelers needed a sweet and sour snack to keep their head right during adventures, this would be the one! This could be our most popular line.
Rock Hard, golf-ball sized flowers that stay intact in trim machines
An excellent choice for cut flower with a loud and intoxicating terpene profile
A huge producer that is ideal for drier climates and mild weather.
(Special Sauce x ERB)
Our flagship line, containing exotic astringent berry smells, beautiful pink pistils, and some of the highest oil returns of any industrial hemp on the planet. The flavors are otherworldly. and it is a true gift to smell a whole field flowering! Many claim to have “it”–trust us, they don’t! This mom has never been released and is only used for breeding. Smaller flowers then others but they are coated in resin.
Our highest average CBD content, often reaching over 20%
Top seller in the international trimmed flower market
Excellent for full spectrum oil extraction
Ideal for humid climates with strong mold resistance
(Suver #8 x ERB)
*1st Place 2019 Cultivation Classic*
Suver Haze is a very special variety has performed exceptionally well from Oregon to South Carolina due to her unrivaled botrytis resistance. Our first legitimate R&D facility was located along Suver Road, in the former epicenter of Oregon grass seed development. The area has a rich farming and social history and we offer this as our contribution to the legend. This strain continues to impress us with her structure, strength, stank, and cannabinoid content.
Excels in moist climates and exhibits strong resistance to botrytis
Our highest ever recorded CBD content producer at 25%
Exotic sour apple flavor created by farnsene and betacaryophyllene terpene content
All strains in this series have the same Mid-September finishing times, but can be delayed by late planting dates and heavy nitrogen feeds. We suggest around 2000 plants per acre for early June field plantings and 3000 per acre for early July field plantings. When field planted in June and offered ideal conditions, 500 grams of flower per plant is easily attainable.
Through many generations of inbreeding and chemical analysis we discovered the needle in the haystack in 2016. This CBG dominant strain was the first commercially available. It is a vigorous grower that produces high yields of large flowers. We bred this specifically for biomass producers and its unique trichome composition allow for easy combine harvest.
Excellent uniform, field ready structure
Ideal for biomass producers
Unique trichomes do not gum up combines as quickly as CBD varieties, allowing for mass harvest.
Relatively odorless and optimal for areas with concerned neighbors.
We took one of the superstars of cannabinoid production ("The White," an elite THC variety) and converted it to a pure CBG chemotype, while simultaneously selecting for powdery mildew resistance. Plants grow into stout bushes with large frosty flowers. It’s powerful aroma and beautiful bag appeal make it an excellent choice for cut flower, with some producers even running it in light deprivation greenhouses.
Fast growing with potential for large quantities of A grade flower
Creamy lemon terpene profile
Our highest testing CBG flower, topping out at almost 20%
Plants in this series mature around 77 days after soil emergence regardless of photoperiod. We recommend 3500-4000 plants per acre to maximize canopy space. Autoflower genetics require constant attention in their early stages of life and we do not recommend them for inexperienced growers.
“Really Nice Auto” was the first High CBD and terpene content day neutral (autoflower) variety developed for large scale industrial hemp production. These vigorous growers offer farmers the opportunity to grow several successive crops outside during a normal growing season and remain short for harvesting ease. Ideal for biomass and for cut flower producers.
Our sour twist on the RNA produces an incredible terpene profile of sour apple with gassy undertones. Another fast grower that if planted in May will finish before many even get their plants in the field. Big dominant colas with minimal stem waste. This release will be limited this year.