This is it! What many of us have been waiting for: Viable Certified Hemp Seeds for Planting Purposes
Prior to this we only offered the whole sterilized hemp seeds.
These seeds are great for starting a hemp farming operation in any of the States that allow Industrial Hemp Growth..
Now we can start benefiting from the awesome nutrient content of WHOLE, LIVING, Hemp Seeds to get high quality yields.
Hemp Planting Seeds are first generation and therefore produce high quality seeds for pressing into oil and making food products.
Hemp grain is great for sprouting and utilizing in your recipes and other applications, where as the planting seeds are meant for farming purposes.
PLEASE NOTE: The harvested seeds from these seeds are NOT ALLOWED to be re-propagated and we require a non-propagation agreement for these seeds.
Variety: X-59 seed
50lb Bag Size: 15in x 26in x 7in
Weight: Aprx. 53lbs with packaging
Packaging: Woven Grain Sac
Certified Planting Hemp Seed Benefits
- There are about 26,000 seeds per pound.
- High in Protein and Essential fatty Acids, among other great nutrients such as minerals and vitamins.
The whole hemp seed contains 34% Carbohydrates, 31% Fat, and nearly 30% Protein.
Its protein is composed of a healthy assortment of amino acids ~ keep in mind, quality amino acids that are essential to human life.
Hemp seeds are one of the richest sources of the Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) Omega 6 & Omega 3.
Uses for Hemp Planting Hemp Seeds
- Essentially because these seeds are so valuable you will only want to use these for growing industrial hemp for grain purposes and fiber as a by-product.
- Not used for making hemp hearts or hemp protein etc… as this is a planting seed.
Hemp Farming and Agricultural Questions
- Seeding rates for industrial hemp grown for oilseed are 20-30 pounds per acre
- 93% Germination Rate
- Around 1,100 pounds of hemp seed per acre can be harvested.
- Germination Rate: 88%
- Pure Seed: 99.97%
- Other Crop: 0.02%
- Inert Matter: 0.01%
- Total Seeds per pound: 27,840
PLEASE NOTE: This is for mainly grain and fiber (as a secondary) production.