Growing Hemp

Healthy & Happy Hemp Plants

At Point 3 Group we believe that anyone can successfully grow hemp. Whether you are an experienced commercial farmer or hemp is your very first crop, with the right  genetics, guidance and care you can grow a healthy and happy hemp field. Our team has a wealth of knowledge regarding both general and hemp-specific farming techniques. Hit the instant message button at the bottom of this page and we will be glad to help with any concerns you have.

Steps to a Successful Hemp Harvest

The first step to a successful hemp harvest is to identify a location for your farm. Your farm will need a water source for irrigation, fertile soil, great sunlight, and space for your plants to stretch out. Ask us about our recommended row spacing for each variety we carry. We can help you formulate a plan that gives your plants ample room to grow to their full capacity while allowing you to maximize the usage of each acre on your farm.

The next step is to apply for a hemp cultivation license with your state’s department of agricultural. Our team is familiar with the licensing process in most states. We are glad to help guide you through the licensing process, so please reach out if you have any questions in this area.

We recommend having a soil test done to get an idea of the quality of your soil. We are happy to offer advice for soil amendments and organic additives that could help your plants have a larger yield while preventing pests and disease. Contact a Point 3 professional to learn how to boost yield and prevent pests through soil amendments.

Like any plant hemp requires water, sunlight, and time to grow. The only way to guarantee a healthy and happy hemp plant is to be attentive. Spending time in the field with your plants is the best way to minimize risks that could affect yield. Your presence will help your plants grow to their fullest potential.

Starting with Hemp Clones

Planting clones into your field offers several huge advantages in terms of quality and quantity. Growing hemp for CBD production requires 100% of the plants to be female varieties. The female hemp plant produces far more CBD content than the male variety. When starting a crop from seed there will be approximately 50% female and 50% male plants, and the farmer will not be able to identify which are female until 6-8 weeks after germination. Point 3 clones are guaranteed to be genetically superior females, thereby eliminating the time-consuming and costly task of separating (sexing) your plants.

Seed stock has many genetic variations which means that there will be a wide range of CBD content, terpenes, and other qualities in hemp that is grown from seed. Point 3 clones will be an exact genetic replica of one of our mother plants, with Certificates of Analysis (COA) available showing how the genetic variety performed the previous season. Point 3 clones have matured over three weeks; robust and field-ready when they leave our farm.

Point 3 delivered clones arrive with an established root system allowing you to be well ahead of the curve, kickstarting the growth of your hemp crop. With large acreage a row planter can be used to expedite the planting. Overall, utilizing clones reduces labor while increasing yield. Exceptional Quality, Lower Tangible Costs, Higher Yields = Smart Farming!!! Join the revolution… Contact Point 3 today.

Healthy & Happy Hemp Plants

At Point 3 Group we believe that anyone can successfully grow hemp. Whether you are an experienced commercial farmer or hemp is your very first crop, with the right  genetics, guidance and care you can grow a healthy and happy hemp field. Our team has a wealth of knowledge regarding both general and hemp-specific farming techniques. Hit the instant message button at the bottom of this page and we will be glad to help with any concerns you have.

Steps to a Successful Hemp Harvest

The first step to a successful hemp harvest is to identify a location for your farm. Your farm will need a water source for irrigation, fertile soil, great sunlight, and space for your plants to stretch out. Ask us about our recommended row spacing for each variety we carry. We can help you formulate a plan that gives your plants ample room to grow to their full capacity while allowing you to maximize the usage of each acre on your farm.

The next step is to apply for a hemp cultivation license with your state’s department of agricultural. Our team is familiar with the licensing process in most states. We are glad to help guide you through the licensing process, so please reach out if you have any questions in this area.

We recommend having a soil test done to get an idea of the quality of your soil. We are happy to offer advice for soil amendments and organic additives that could help your plants have a larger yield while preventing pests and disease. Contact a Point 3 professional to learn how to boost yield and prevent pests through soil amendments.

Like any plant hemp requires water, sunlight, and time to grow. The only way to guarantee a healthy and happy hemp plant is to be attentive. Spending time in the field with your plants is the best way to minimize risks that could affect yield. Your presence will help your plants grow to their fullest potential.

Starting with Hemp Clones

Planting clones into your field offers several huge advantages in terms of quality and quantity. Growing hemp for CBD production requires 100% of the plants to be female varieties. The female hemp plant produces far more CBD content than the male variety. When starting a crop from seed there will be approximately 50% female and 50% male plants, and the farmer will not be able to identify which are female until 6-8 weeks after germination. Point 3 clones are guaranteed to be genetically superior females, thereby eliminating the time-consuming and costly task of separating (sexing) your plants.

Seed stock has many genetic variations which means that there will be a wide range of CBD content, terpenes, and other qualities in hemp that is grown from seed. Point 3 clones will be an exact genetic replica of one of our mother plants, with Certificates of Analysis (COA) available showing how the genetic variety performed the previous season. Point 3 clones have matured over three weeks; robust and field-ready when they leave our farm.

Point 3 delivered clones arrive with an established root system allowing you to be well ahead of the curve, kickstarting the growth of your hemp crop. With large acreage a row planter can be used to expedite the planting. Overall, utilizing clones reduces labor while increasing yield. Exceptional Quality, Lower Tangible Costs, Higher Yields = Smart Farming!!! Join the revolution… Contact Point 3 today.