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Hemp variety datasheet
EU registered Cannabis Sativa L. variety
Hemp is naturally dioecious - the male and female flowers are not found on the same plant. Within dioecious varieties there are natural occurrences of monoecious plants, bearing flowers of both sexes. Monoecious hemp varieties are a result of long breeding efforts in France, Poland, Ukraine and Romania and are driven by the search of high seed/grain productivity.
Hemp is a rustic plant and grows in various conditions, however Europe has 3 distinctive climate types with significant difference in terms of temperature and precipitation.
Vegetative cycle is key for the proper integration of hemp into the crop rotation cycle. Earlier maturity provides for less riskier harvesting of the grain and early cleaning of the fields for autumn crops. Late maturity favors the accumulation of cannabinoids, thus beneficial when growing for CBD, but also risky due to the positive co-relation between CBD and THC content.
Height of the stand is very important when it comes to harvesting with standard farming equipment. Combine harvesters can hardly reach elevations of more than 250 cm so it is advisable to look for shorter varieties, especially when growing hemp for grain.
Very early < 110 days
< 125 days
Medium < 135 days
< 145 days
Very late < 160 days
< 150 cm
150 - 200 cm
200 - 250 cm
250 - 350 cm
> 350 cm
Height at maturity
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