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In the winter of 2018, we set out to find the perfect CBD hemp strain. Here were our priorities:
1) Proven track record being grown in the upper Midwest
2) High CBD content
3) Low THC content
4) Sativa strain (shorter growing cycle, better for daytime use)
5) Strong minor cannabinoid profile
During our first meeting with our seed supplier, we asked if they had any strains well-suited for cultivation in the upper Midwest, and they suggested Hawaiian Haze.
The high CBD content and low THC content was also very attractive. The higher the CBD content of the hemp, the more potent the extract, and the more potent the extract, the better your tincture will taste. Additionally, a high CBD-to-THC ratio facilitates the THC remediation process to create broad-spectrum (THC-free) distillate.
As a sativa strain, Hawaiian Haze has a shorter harvest cycle, which is essential in colder climates like Wisconsin. Both sativa and indica strains promote relaxation, but sativa does so in more of an uplifting and anxiety-reducing way, whereas indicas strains promote a sense of relaxation that is more lethargic in nature. That being said, the differences between the effects of indicia and sativa are much, much more pronounced in THC strains than in CBD.
Perhaps most importantly, we only grow one CBD strain. That means that your customers can expect to have the same results from batch to batch. Companies purchasing extracts from other labs, or using a variety of hemp strains to make their products, will have tinctures that vary in color, taste, effect, and effectiveness.

In 2019, we planted 12,000 feminized seeds of the strain Hawaiian Haze. The seeds were started in a greenhouse and transplanted to the field six weeks later. 

In 2020, we planted over 8,000 feminized seeds, splitting the crop between high yield CBD and high yield CBG plants. You can see the video showcasing the seed-to-sale process below!

Follow us as we document the 2020 hemp growing season, providing a look at how we truly are a soil to oil CBD company. Click here to view the videos!

  1. Arkansaw, WI Field – June 5, 2019

  2. Arkansaw, WI Field – June 20, 2019

  3. Arkansaw, WI Field – July 24, 2019

  4. Somerset, WI Field – July 31, 2019

  5. Arkansaw, WI Field – August 3, 2019

  6. Somerset, WI Field – August 15, 2019

  7. Arkansaw, WI Field – August 17, 2019

  8. Arkansaw, WI Field – September 1, 2019

  9. Arkansaw, WI Field – September 4, 2019

  10. Menomonie Drying Facility – September 29, 2019

  11. Tilling Hemp Field

    Durand, WI Field – May 13, 2020

  12. Raised Bed Hemp Field

    Durand, WI Field – May 20, 2020

  13. Planting Hemp Seedlings

    Durand, WI Field – June 3, 2020

  14. 2 week old hemp plant

    Durand, WI Field – June 17, 2020

  15. 3 week old hemp plant

    Durand, WI Field – June 24, 2020

  16. Durand, WI Field – July 1, 2020

  17. Hemp Plant 6 Weeks Old

    Durand, WI Field – July 15, 2020

  18. Durand, WI Field – August 12th, 2020

  19. Durand, WI Field – September 15th, 2020

  20. Durand, WI Drying Shed – September 30th, 2020