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Industrial Hemp Genetics

Through in-house genetics and genomics research, data collection and independent testing, we exclusively breed top-shelf cultivars that are optimized to meet industrial hemp compliance standards, hardiness requirements, terpene content and overall cannabinoid yield.

Cherry Wine

A Leader In High Yield CBD Production (15-25%)

Since the 2018 Farm Bill passed, finding quality genetics that are both stable and consistent has been a challenge for the industry. Cherry Wine has become a prominent leader in genetics selection around the country. Among the main reasons for Cherry Wine’s rise include.

  1. It’s consistent ability to grow through variety of conditions.
  2. It’s high yield potential (1/4lb – 4lbs per plant)
  3. It’s robust terpene profile.
  4. It’s hardiness and resilience.

United American Hemp™ works directly with the original producers of Cherry Wine to cultivate and breed next generation plants that meet current (and future) farming needs.

United American Hemp™ is a licensed cultivator of the critically acclaimed Cherry Wine industrial hemp cultivar. Originally developed by Tree of Life Seeds, Cherry Wine is a cross-bred hybrid of The Wife (from 303 Seeds) and Charlotte’s Cherries (from Tree of Life Seeds). Cherry Wine is listed as an approved variety on a multitude of industrial hemp research programs around the United States and has quickly become one of the most sought-after strains in the cultivation of high yield industrial hemp for CBD production.

Outdoor Cultivation: 4ft x 4ft spacing. Raised beds with good drainage.

Indoor Cultivation: Performs well in a variety of soils and hydroponic systems. Contact UAH for recommendations.

Time To Harvest: 9 weeks indoor. 5 months outdoors

Outdoor Cultivation: 4ft x 4ft spacing. Raised beds with good drainage.

Indoor Cultivation: Performs well in a variety of soils and hydroponic systems. Contact UAH for recommendations.

Time To Harvest: 9 weeks indoor. 5 months outdoors

United American Hemp’s flagship farm produces seeds, clones and advanced starts, year-round, in both greenhouse and outdoor facilities. Availability of seed, advanced starts and clones are based upon market demand and seasonality.

Seeds   Advanced Starts  Clones  
50,000+ ($0.70/seed)  50,000+ ($3.85/a.s.)  50,000+ ($5.10/clone) 
10,000 – 49,999 ($0.80/seed)  10,000 – 49,999 ($4.50/a.s.)  20,000 – 49,999 ($6.75/clone) 
5,000 – 9,999 ($0.85/seed)  5,000 – 9,999 ($5.25/a.s.)  10,000 – 19,999 ($7.50/clone) 
1,000 – 4,999 ($1.00/seed)  1,000 – 4,999 (7.50/a.s.)  2,500 – 9,999 ($10.00/clone) 
100 – 999 ($2.50/seed)  100 – 999 ($12.00/a.s.)  100 – 2,499 ($13.00/clone) 

Seeds
100-999 ($2.50/seed)
1,000-4,999 ($1.00/seed)
5,000-9,999 ($0.85/seed)
10,000 – 49,999 ($0.80/seed)
50,000+ ($0.70/seed)

Clones
100-999 ($13.00/clone)
1,000-4,999 ($10.00/clone)
5,000-9,999 ($7.50/clone)
10,000 – 49,999 ($6.75/clone)
50,000+ ($5.10/clone)

Advanced Starts
100-999 ($12.00/a.s.)
1,000-4,999 ($7.50/a.s.)
5,000-9,999 ($5.25/a.s.)
10,000 – 49,999 ($4.50/a.s.)
50,000+ ($3.85/a.s.)

Available in seed, clone and advanced start. Shipping and/or pickup available. Rooted plants available in 72 and 50 count trays or 4” pots for transplanting (100 unit) minimum order quantity.

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Fiber / Grain Genetics

Coming Soon

Industrial hemp genetics are typically bred for two main purposes – 1) for high yield CBD extraction and 2) for hemp seed oil / fiber stalk / grain. Both genetically bred varieties express different strains and require different methods of cultivation to yield a successful crop. The common uses for a fiber/grain variety include…

  1. Hempcrete
  2. Fiber for the textile industry
  3. Bedding / feed for livestock
  4. Hemp seed oil (non-cannabinoid)
  5. Biofuel

United American Hemp™ is currently in process of sourcing and breeding genetics to fulfill this demand and will announce a product line when testing has been completed.

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