We cultivate our plants under the bright Colorado SUN at 7,663 feet in a light-deprivation greenhouse. Cooler mountain temperatures provide a slower growth cycle which prolongs cannabinoid development. This longer maturation process imbues the buds with more complex compounds, yielding deeper, more interesting flavors. We place a solid emphasis on growing strains that have a broad cannabinoid and terpene profile
We use ONLY living soil, mixed onsite using essential amendments and nutrients (microbes, natural fertilizers, composts, and no salts) which help our flower thrive in an environmentally conscious manner. We take time with our curing process, allowing the bud to dry slowly to preserve terpenes.
We use water-conscious methods, choose to forgo the use of CO2 and employ Energy-efficient LED’s to supplement the natural light, reducing our kilowatt-hour consumption. This methodology greatly reduces our carbon footprint.
In summary, we believe plants are meant to be grown as naturally as possible. This SUSTAINABLE grow style is better for the consumer, the environment, and the people that grow it.
Sea kelp, bat guano, alfalfa meal, potash, molasses, blood meal, bone meal, magnesium sulfate, rock phosphate, indole-3-butyric acid, liquid sulphur, hydrogen peroxide, peroxyacetic acid ; soil: organic: compost, kelp meal, neem cake, crustacean, with: sphagnum peatmoss, pumice, rice hulls, basalt, gypsum, and oyster shell flour; pesticide/fungicide/herbicide: azadirachtin, rosemary oil, bacillus amyloliquefaciens strain d747, mono- and di-potassium salts of phosphorous acid, pyrethrins