Which variety should I go with for my first growth

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    James Marshall

    We are going to try and get licensed in Kansas for the 2019 grow season. As it is the first one there is no data that I can find to determine what would not only grow good but yield a decent return on investment in eastern Kansas. Below is the list provided by the state of their approved plants and the seeds used have to be certified. I am looking for some advice and would be happy to share the results of the harvest in the fall. Here is the link to the Kansas site for more information https://agriculture.ks.gov/divisions-programs/plant-protect-weed-control/industrial-hemp

    Alyssa, Beniko, Canda, Carmagnola, CC, CFX-1, CFX-2, Cherry Wine, Cobbler #8, CRS-1, Delores, Eletta Campana, Elite, Endurance LF 2/14, fedora 17, Felina 32, Fibrol, Fibronova, Finola, Franklin LF 2/14, Futura 75, Georgina, Grandi, H2 Cherry 1-6. HK 05, HK 08, Helena, Joey, Katani, KCC13, Martha, Maui’s Cherry, Maui’s Cherry 2, MS77, MS77-CHG, OT, Otto II: Endurance, Otto II: Franklin, Otto II: Stout, Picolo, PR!#, Santhica 27, Seagull 1H 1, Stout LF 2/14, Sweetened LF 2/14, T1, Trump, Tygra, USO 31, Victoria, Wojko, Workhorse, X-59, Zolotonosha 15

    Aria Fowler

    It takes a substantial amount of time to get seeds certified in Colorado. There should be more and more each year. We have some in the works but not done yet.


    Our farm is going with Oregon CBD. They have varieties that do very well in humid climates like West Tennessee. Their reputation as a breeder is very good from my research. Tennessee requires a transfer agreement to be filed with TN.GOV. They must inspect your seeds before releasing them to the grower to germinate.

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