We use 100% organic growing practices on family-owned farms in Colorado. No seeds, no stalks, no stems, and never any pesticides, fungicides, or herbicides. We control the entire seed to bottle process.
Know What’s in Your Bottle
We take the plant, our products, and the people who use it, seriously. Receptra used third-party labs to test the hemp flower, extract, and end products for purity and potency.
Whole Plant Extraction
Receptra’s CBD oil is extracted from our hand-picked hemp flower using cold ethanol extraction. The mixture is evaporated until we have only hemp extract remaining. This process retains the maximum amount of cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes, and chlorophyll to provide a full spectrum hemp extract.
The 2018 Farm Bill re-legalized hemp growing, with some restrictions. Check with your local state for regulations. Hemp contains cannabidiol (CBD), which research shows helps to relieve pain and inflammation for ailments like arthritis. For cancer patients, hemp has been proven to increase appetite, help with sleep, and reduce anxiety. Hemp is from the species Cannabis sativa L., but does not cause a "high" like marijuana does, as it contains less than .3% THC.
Our new Hemp Grow Kits make it easy for people to grow their own medicine, from clone to harvest in 3 months. They include high-output, energy-efficient LEDs and a blackout cover so you can precisely control the alternating light/dark conditions — all necessary for optimal and timely bud/bloom production. It also includes a week-by-week guide with detailed growing instructions for beginners.
With the red grid you see pictured, the kits use theScrOG, or "screen of green," method of growing, which involving training stems to grow horizontally, bathing the entire plant in light from above. Click profile link for more info.
This plant growing in our lab today is ready to be trained horizontally for compact growing!
Are you curious about growing your own hemp?
I might have staggered my corn plantings but I’ve still ended up with a glut! Not complaining though! I have found corn love a good drink, they don’t like being dry, they like a good dose of cow poo and compost and it’s helpful to help pollinate them.... I did a grow guide on my blog... link in bio 🌱
Taste of a #bushfire summer. #Honey with an aftertaste of burnt. Not surprising as we were under smoke for months. Even now I can find burnt leaves in the garden blown in from the Gondwana/Ebor fire.
And even in usually wet #Bellingen it's been dry, which means less flowers and less pollen. The bees have taken all spring and summer to make just 5 spare jars of honey. Last year was considered a quiet year and at this time there had been 20 jars! #harvest#australiaburns#drought#climatechange#onlythebeginning
We do different private labels. One of them is a #pinotgrigio from Italy, which is sold #bytheglass and no one is really going to ask about a pinot grigio label so it’s always one of the most-selling in our restaurants by the glass.⠀
We also have a wine that we do out of Mexico in Baja, which is simply for the uniqueness of the #wine . One of the reasons for this is that we’re based in #SanDiego , so there’s a big influence of #Bajawine . It’s not very big in the nation yet but in our region it is and no one is doing Baja wine directly from Baja. So we bring our #buyers down there, we do barrel blending, we select from barrels.⠀
We have one which we’re doing for the experiential benefits for the company, for our staff. This is where I bring my buyers, my #bartenders , and my servers with me and we go to the #vineyards in San Diego county and we source #rosé . We stop, we crush, we harvest, they do the entire #harvest , we do the #blending and it becomes a story that they can tell to the guests and it’s also a great team bonding for us.⠀
Maurice DiMarino, Wine and Beverage Manager at Cohn Restaurant Group, replies when he is asked about private label projects.⠀
This question is a part of the conversation between #MauriceDiMarino and #ibwsshow . ⠀
Get the full interview on ibwsshow.com
What a week! Thanks to all of you for your support during National Farm Machinery Show, it was a pleasure meeting you all in Louisville, Kentucky. We look forward to seeing you next year! 👋
Quelle semaine! Merci à vous tous pour votre soutien lors du National Farm Machinery Show, ce fut un plaisir de vous rencontrer à Louisville, Kentucky. Au plaisir de vous retrouver l'année prochaine!
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🍅 Let’s talk tomatoes 🍅 These are in my Seed to Harvest grow along and these are the varieties I’ve decided to grow: Sweet Success, Chocolate Cherry, Gardeners Delight, San Marzano, Tomatoberry Garden F1, Ailsa Craig, Marmande, Yellow Mimi and Corazon F1.
I can fit around 12 plants in my greenhouse so I’ll be aiming to grow three plants of each and then give some away to family. It’s always exciting choosing varieties and this year I’ve gone for a mix of beef and cherry tomatoes to eat raw and cooked.
I’ve still got a couple of bags of frozen toms in the freezer reminding me of sunnier days! This year I’ll need to grow a fair amount to make bruschetta canapés for our wedding ❤️ When choosing yours, take note of what type they are, either Bush, semi Bush or Cordon. Later on in the year you’ll need to know as they all get pruned differently. If you’ve struggled to know how to prune yours in the past, don’t worry, we will go through it together!
Last basket of tomatoes from the garden. Everything else is as good as dead with the drought in full swing! The garden gates will now be open for the chickens to free range and hopefully turn over a few things before autumn begins.
32 57316 February, 2020
A farmer in Idaho was in trouble. As the weather conditions were quickly deteriorating, he wouldn't be able to harvest his potatoes before they freeze outside in the cold.
When fellow farmers and others from the area found out about his difficulties, they quickly pulled together to help their friend in need.
Jason Larson – one of the many who helped – took a video of the event, and it quickly went viral after he posted it on his Facebook page.
h/t: Idaho News via @globalpositivenews
Video: CBS 2 Boise
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Black russian tomatoes are ripening! I love the colour on these but they're not my favourite in terms of flavour. I find these super sweet almost sugary sweet and very mild flavoured - my husband loves them, but I like my tomatoes a bit more sharp and tart. In a tomato salad with a mix of tomatoes though it is fantastic.