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Harvesting USO31 Sept 19, 2007    Yield was 1120 lbs/acre

Hemp Seed Sales
Updated Jan, 2011

 2009 & 10 Pedigree Planting Hemp Seed
as well as Commercial for Sale.
 

        USO 14                Foundation -     NA
                                     Registered -      Not for Sale  
    61,000 lbs of  2009  Certified:   germination 85%
    10,000 lbs of  2010  Certified:   germination  94% before cleaning

       USO 31                 Registered -     Not for Sale
     20,000 lbs of  2010 Certified:   germination   95% before cleaning
                         2010 Certified crop ready for sale soon.
                                    Commercial seed available
       
                                                                    
                                          Harvesting USO31 Sept 19, 2007 Yield was 1120 lbs/acre

For pricing, quantities or anything else you would like to know, contact myself, Chris, from our Contact us page.

        In order for pedigree seed to be sold, the planting seed has to be CSGA certified and germination tested. The buyer - grower has to be licensed with Health Canada.
For information on growing Hemp Seed in Canada, go to Health Canada's website at  
http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hc-ps/substancontrol/hemp-chanvre/index-eng.php


for information, regulations and applications.
                Health Canada HEMP

  1. [PDF] Industrial Hemp Licence Application
    File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML
    G English. G French. Preferred Method of Communication .... Health Canada at (613) 954-6524 or by email at hemp@hc-sc.gc.ca. YYYY/MM/DD ...
    www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hc-ps/alt_formats/hecs-sesc/pdf/pubs/precurs/hemp_app-chanvre_dem-eng.pdf

        For commercial seed to be sold in Canada, the seed being sold has to be rendered non viable. That is to say the seed must be in a form that will not germinate. Whole commercial seed can be sold to a primary processor holding a valid processing license with Health Canada. It is then the primary processors responsibility to process the seed into a non viable state, and maintain records proving such. It is the primary processors responsibility to have THC levels established and documented, for their products before being sold.
That way the primary processed products that flow into the secondary manufacturers and consumers hands carry a certificate of acceptable THC levels so that no further testing is required at the secondary level, thus eliminating a lot of additional testing, and testing costs and paper work.

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