Blue-label certified CBG variety
Highest CBG strain on the market
Does Enectarol outperform other EU varieties ?
|Biomass||Enectarol||Industrial Hemp – CBG|
|Gross gain per ha||20,000 €||2,000 €|
|CBG content of dry biomass||4 – 6%||1 – 2%|
|Average dry biomass yield per ha|
(by using 7,000 – 10,000 seeds per ha)
| 2.000 - 2.500 kg |
CBG to extract*: 45 kg *extraction percentage: 50%; CBG concentration: 5%; average biomass: 2.25 t
|600 – 800 kg|
CBG to extract*: 7 kg *extraction percentage: 50%; CBG concentration: 2%; average biomass: 0.7 t
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About Our Seeds
EU certified hemp genetics
Enecta Farm is dedicated to the development of new cannabis varieties through an extensive, long-term breeding programme. Our newly developed and EU registered genetics offer manifold benefits in hemp farming – particularly when it comes down to phytochemistry or characterising active constituents. CBD, CBG and other cannabinoids can be a means of producing large, sustainable profits for farmers, but only if they know which hemp variety to choose. After all, a strong and profitable hemp business is built on high quality seeds.
That’s why we have designed our breeding programme to produce improved hemp genetics for higher CBD and CBG yields, setting the stage for larger and more successful harvests while minimising expenses.
We have gone through the process of registering them in the European catalogue of plant varieties to ensure that farmers can use legal and certified hemp seeds on their fields. These two varieties are revolutionising CBD and CBG hemp farming.
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What our buyers say
An interview with the leading cannabis expert Dr. G.Grassi who outlines the most relevant features of Enectarol, our new cannabigerol genetics: how the plant is grown, how it develops compared to other varieties and its fields of applications. Enectarol can be used both to gain excellent biomass for extraction and for industrial purposes such as the production of fiber and wood.
Enecta farm Hemp seeds
A brand-new variety of industrial hemp high in CBG (about 8 – 10%), a cannabinoid with many therapeutic properties, this is the latest development in the world of cannabis. In breeding this variety, we focused on quality by looking at active ingredients, stability, purity, genetic homogeneity and high yields. Just like Enectaliana, Enectarol’s germination rate (around 80%) is higher than the industry average. This is one of the top performing CBG strains. Ideal for cannabigerol biomass production, there are no others like it on the biomass market.
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Certification is the initial assurance for buyers that they have made a good investment. Besides making sure that we are legally compliant, a certified hemp seed gives us several guarantees on the quality of the final product, on the harvest’s yield and on the variety’s characteristics and cultivation. Seed quality is ensured along the whole production process. It begins by establishing the crop varietal seeds and the appropriate nurturing and testing of crops and only ends after harvesting, processing, quality control and labelling. The distinctive “certified seed” label guarantees that the acquired seed has passed all the multiplication, inspection and cleaning processes necessary to ensure a pure product. Specifically, the quality ensured by the certification system through the requirements of the EU Regulation means that we are aware of origin, traceability, homogeneity, specific purity, varietal purity, germination, absence of other unwanted seeds at sowing as well as health and humidity.
The benefits deriving from the cultivation of Enecta genetics will be decisive for your business. Enectaliana and Enectarol have been shown to ensure: high cannabinoid (CBD and CBG) content, above the industry average; fewer seeds needed per hectare and an increase in yields leading to considerable economic savings; the reduction in the amount of stems per hectare and related disposal costs; the reduced presence of weeds which increases the health of the crop and reduces the risk of contamination; a greater resistance to diseases; the homogeneity of production, an essential requirement for the final use of the crop.
Specific sowing times may vary depending on factors such as latitude, microclimate, soil type, planting density and fertigation regimes. Nevertheless, late spring (from April onwards) is generally recommended as a good sowing time. If placed directly in the soil, each seed should be placed at 1.5 or 2 cm deep and the distance between the seeds should be approximately 3 cm. The density ranges from 7,000 to 10,000 hemp seeds per hectare for biomass production; this is lower for inflorescences depending on the variety.
If you have seedlings, they would ideally be ready to transplant by May-June, depending on the growing area and environmental conditions. It is possible to use a mechanical transplanter, or other methods depending on the facilities available on the farm, for transplanting.
We recommend a density of 7,000 to 10,000 plants per hectare. Rather than dense sowing, we recommend sowing per row; distance between rows is at the farmer’s discretion, also depending on the machinery available and normally used (e.g., tobacco machinery, 1m x 1m, 70cm x 70cm). The high germination percentage of our genetics (95%) guarantees that almost all the seeds sown will be able to complete the entire growth phase and actually transform into cannabis plants with high CBD content.
We recommend a density of 2,000 to 3,000 plants per hectare, with larger distances between plants than in a biomass crop. Lower densities (wider spacing between the rows – from 1.5 to 3 m or at your discretion) actually favour optimal plant development for higher quality inflorescences.
We also suggest mulching with biodegradable sheets, under which an irrigation system can be set up. The result is the abundant production of quality flowers, with plants growing into bushes and a final yield of dried inflorescences ranging from 2 – 5 q / ha to 8 – 10q / ha.
The growth phases are influenced by the photoperiod to which the plants are subjected: they are sensitive to changes in light and must receive the necessary hours of undisturbed darkness (in order to avoid stress or suboptimal growth of the crop). If transplanting takes place in May-June, flowering will start at the end of July-August and will finish in September-October (the harvest period).