Cherry Wine x The Wife
Cherry Blossom hemp seeds are born from premium Cherry Wine and The Wife genetics. As such, this potent CBD hemp strain features the delightful flavors of sweet berries and fresh earth to accompany it’s musky, pine aroma. By combining two parents notorious for their high CBD content; relaxing, pain-relieving qualities; and awesome flavors and aromas, Cherry Blossom has proven that the best genetics can still get even better.
The parent, Cherry Wine, is well-known for its high CBD content and low THC levels. However, much of its real appeal lies in its woody, earthy aroma and sweet “green apple” flavor. Cherry Wine contains high levels of the terpenes myrcene and pinene, which contribute to the strain’s relaxing, clear-headed effects and superior pain-relieving qualities.
The Wife, which loads Cherry Blossom females with an abundance of trichomes and even higher CBD concentrations (almost 20 percent in some cases), offers an exceptionally smooth smoking experience. Those who smoke the Wife often note hints of berry and earth on the inhale and cherry-banana flavors on the exhale. Though Cherry Blossom is perfect for use in pipes or hemp cigarettes, her highly resinous nature makes her an excellent candidate for cannabinoid extraction, as well.
Reliable Hemp Seeds
Cherry Blossom hemp seeds grow into a reliable crop with a harvest time of around eight or nine weeks. Test crops for potency to determine when to harvest by noting when its CBD content begins to taper off. Visually identify when to harvest the plant when the trichomes on CBD hemp flowers start to cloud. Note that CBD content begins to wane as the trichomes turn an amber color and aim to harvest before this occurs. Expect to harvest outdoor crops in early October.
Commercial Hemp Farmers
Hemp Cherry Blossom is especially attractive to commercial hemp growers because it is resilient to stress and unpredictable weather. High wind and tight spaces are no match for hemp Cherry Blossom, though the strain thrives when given ample space to spread. An upward, “Christmas tree”-like growth structure is best suited for this strain.
Fertilizing Hemp Crops
Hemp is not unlike other vegetables in its nutritional needs but does require some special consideration. For example, hemp soil should be slightly acidic — usually in the low sixes. Fertilize with nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, then add calcium later to avoid creating a tight calcium phosphate bond that can be hard for the plants to process. Sulfer and micronutrients are also crucial for a healthy hemp crop though the specifics of these largely depend on the pH level of the soil. Regular soil tests can help keep the nutrient needs of each hemp crop on track.
When grown on four- to five-foot mounds, Cherry Blossom hemp cultivation can produce around 2000 to 2500 pounds of dry flower per acre of farmland. Compared to other strains of hemp seeds, this is quite the output! Come harvest, the Cherry Blossom hemp crop will boast its bright green, trichome-rich flowers and permeate the air with its woody, herbal perfume.
Cherry Blossom hemp seeds consistently produce a minimal amount of THC – well below the 0.3 percent threshold that defines hemp – U.S. Congressional Research Service.
Farm Bill Compliant
With the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp is legal to grow and distribute throughout the nation. (Note that local hemp cultivation laws vary. Research local hemp cultivation legislation to remain compliant.) As such, we recommend Cherry Blossom seeds for both small and large commercial grows. Their resilience to environmental stress, high yield, and attractive CBD content proves its worth in weight every time.
Locally-grown hemp CBD is in high demand. From small personal crops to large industrial operations, Cherry Blossom hemp seeds are a great way to meet that need.
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