Centenial Seeds

Centenial Seeds

Hemp Seed Research and Development

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For the last three years I have been working on a new seed line I have named Valerie. This germplasm is derived from some very early hybrid work that I started in 2015. In 2019 I took some of this early work out to my greenhouse and began the selection process. By the end of that season I had narrowed the line down to just a few superior plants.

These girls had it all: 10-12% CBDA expression, vigor, massive flower production, pest and mold resistance and delicious terpene profiles. What I didn’t know at the time was they were all producing a substantial amount of Cannabichromene, also known as CBC

High CBC producing plants are rare, and most of the known lines produce between 0.4 – 0.7% dry weight at maturity. This is hardly enough to extract and isolate in meaningful amounts. The Valerie line produces from 2% up to 5% CBC at maturity, plenty enough to extract and concentrate for formulated products.

As many farmers have learned, CBD has been overproduced to the point that the price has compressed to a fraction of what it was. In order to command a premium for their flower and biomass, hemp farmers must now look to the much less common, higher value minor-cannabinoids to stand apart in the marketplace. CBC is one of those high value cannabinoids.

For the 2021 growing season, I am offering a feminized Valerie seed and two Valerie clonal lines selected from our 2020 field trials. If you are interested in growing something unique, something that will differentiate your crop from the CBD-only lines, Valerie is the one for you.


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