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Anka Hemp Certified Planting Seeds – Fiber Variety

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Han-J6 Hemp Grain & Fiber Planting Seed Per Pound

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Viable Planting Hemp Seeds are specifically for the propagation of large-scale agricultural applications and pilot hemp farming programs.

We have a few options for planting seeds available, namely fiber and grain varieties.

Why Work with Bulk Hemp Warehouse for Your Hemp Planting Seeds

It can be difficult to find a reliable source of hemp planting seeds you can depend on. We know exactly how you feel and we are here to support you in a way that makes a difference.

With over 18 years of experience in the hemp industry, we are ideally positioned to help you get the hemp-planting seeds that will be perfect for your climate, and location.

So reach out today and we will be happy to figure out the best hemp seeds for your needs.

If you don’t see what you are looking for, please feel free to reach out via our help desk here.

Here are some Common Question About Planting Hemp Seeds


What is the Best Time of Year to Plant Hemp Seeds?

The best time to plant hemp seeds largely depends on the climate and geography of your area. Generally, hemp seeds should be planted after the last frost of spring.

This is typically between April and June in most regions.

It’s crucial to plant when the soil temperature is around 50°F (10°C) or warmer, as hemp thrives in warm conditions.

How Deep Should Hemp Seeds Be Planted?

Hemp seeds should be planted at a depth of about 0.75 to 1.25 inches (2-3 cm).

Planting at this depth ensures that the seeds have adequate moisture and are not too far from the surface, facilitating better germination and growth.

What Type of Soil is Best for Growing Hemp?

Hemp grows best in well-drained, loamy soil with a pH between 6.0 and 7.0. The soil should be rich in organic matter, but hemp can also grow in less fertile soils.

It’s important to avoid waterlogged or compacted soils as these conditions are detrimental to hemp growth.

How Much Water Do Hemp Plants Need?

Hemp requires consistent moisture, especially in the first six weeks after planting.

However, it’s also crucial to avoid over-watering. Once established, hemp is relatively drought-tolerant.

Generally, hemp needs around 20-30 inches (50-75 cm) of rainfall throughout its growing season.

Are There Specific Hemp Varieties Better Suited for Certain Climates?

Yes, there are hemp varieties that are better suited to specific climates.

For instance, some varieties are more tolerant to colder temperatures, while others are optimized for warmer climates.

It’s important to choose a variety that matches your local growing conditions for optimal growth and yield.

Is It Necessary to Use Fertilizers When Growing Hemp?

While hemp can grow in less fertile soils, using fertilizers can significantly enhance growth and yield.

Organic fertilizers are often preferred for hemp cultivation.

Nitrogen-rich fertilizers are beneficial during the vegetative growth stage, while phosphorus and potassium are more crucial during the flowering stage.

How Do I Protect Hemp Crops from Pests and Diseases?

Hemp is relatively resistant to pests and diseases, but it’s still important to monitor your crops.

Using organic pesticides can help manage pests without harming the plant. Crop rotation and proper spacing can also prevent disease buildup.

Regularly inspecting your crops for signs of stress or disease is crucial for early intervention.

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