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Hemp seed starts need a good location. It can be challenging to find a good spot for your seed starting set-up. Initially, those pots or trays don’t take up too much room, but as the plants grow, they may out-grow the original space, or need to be re-potted into larger containers. And space isn’t the only consideration; if you can’t provide ample light (with grow-lights or Greenhouse), starting your own seeds will be a frustrating waste of time and money.

What are Hemp Seed Starts?

We sow our Abacus seed into a soil from Miller Soils called “CDM Pro” that is comprised of the following OMRI listed ingredients: Perlite, Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss, Coconut Coir, Compost, Biochar, Soybean Meal, CalPhos, Dolomite, Endo-Mycorhizzae, and Yucca Extract.

We have created hemp seed starts from our proprietary hemp strain, and have sexed it to ensure there are only females. This is the best of both worlds, as you get a taproot (that would otherwise not be present in a clone / cutting) and since the starts have already been sexed, you don’t have to worry about rouging males.

Hemp seed starts are less risky for farmers since the seeds have to put up with hazards such as adverse weather patterns, like drought or flood, high wind (for open-field farming), pests, and weeds. In order to be successful, one has to ensure that the environment in which the seeds are growing, is conducive. The farmer also has to be prepared to thin the seedlings; that is, pulling out a few plants between the rows to make sure even spacing between the plants. Lack of spacing will result in crowded plants that will compete for light, water, and nutrients. Crowded plants have also been prone to diseases due to the lack of airflow. Seeds generally take a little longer to grow than Seed Starts. It’s good to note that there are some genetics whose germination rate is slower than others even if you plant them as Seed Starts.

Hemp cultivation is a considerable investment. In addition to the upfront costs like tools, supplies, and labor, farmers must also purchase the seeds to get started. It would be less profitable investment to toss half the crop or risk reduced product quality.

A back cross of our very desirable Cherry Abacus™ into our Abacus 2.0™ to stabilize the terpene profile of the Cherry Abacus™ while maintaining the amazing smell of the Abacus 2.0™. Our Cherry Abacus 2.0™ was developed for smokable products and full spectrum extracts.

OG x Purple Urkle x Hemp. Our Abacus 2.0™ is one of the most desirable smokable hemp cultivars on the market. After years of genotype selecting, Abacus 2.0™ feminized hemp seed is finally available.

CHERRY ABACUS 2.0

Feminized hemp seeds refer to seeds that have been pollinated from female hemp plants that have been induced into producing pollen. Since the hemp plants chosen for creating the seeds are female, the pollen created on these plants will carry almost all X chromosomes and the seeds resulting from pollination will yield female plants at around at 99% rate. These feminized seeds will carry a double XX chromosome instead of the standard XY split that results from traditional pollination from a male plant.

The most successful hemp CBD farms take special care to cultivate only the finest female hemp plants. They do this by purchasing quality feminized hemp seeds such as those offered by HempSeedFlorida. Our seeds come from only premium hemp genetics and regularly test well below the minimum .3 percent THC threshold.

Original Abacus crossed with our own Abacus 2.0™ that we bred in 2016. Out of 2000+ plants we selected two genotypes with the best terpene profile and continued to breed these together to stabilize the cultivar. Imagine the strong berry essence combined with the wild berry smell of the Abacus™

Black Label CBG is approved in Alabama and South Carolina. It hails from a powerful lineage like the Frozen Whistler CBG Black Label CBG has an extremely high CBG content nearing almost 20% and only 0.18% THC.

Abacus can be planted to grow row crop or spaced out. Will have strong tap root that is not present with clones / cuttings. A strong tap root ensures even more strength and vigor as the plant matures and has also been said to help increase yield. a “survival advantage” in nature, and gives a huge advantage in growing outdoor crops especially in hot and dry conditions.

These are roots from our Abacus that was grown from seed, you can see the prominent tap root.

We have created seed starts from our proprietary hemp strain, and have sexed it to ensure there are only females. This is the best of both worlds, as you get a taproot (that would otherwise not be present in a clone / cutting) and since the starts have already been sexed, you don’t have to worry about rouging males.

For Outdoor Farming

We sow our Abacus seed into a soil from Miller Soils called “CDM Pro” that is comprised of the following OMRI listed ingredients: Perlite, Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss, Coconut Coir, Compost, Biochar, Soybean Meal, CalPhos, Dolomite, Endo-Mycorhizzae, and Yucca Extract.

.3% THC / 10-12% CBD Outdoors. Harvest early October.

Vigorous grower, can withstand early planting and spring snow. Grows right through bindweed, and does well in any soil condition, even with little to no soil amending. Late season frost will bring on ample trichromes and a striking deep purple color.