What is CBD Distillate? Wholesale Pricing, Regulations & More

As more states legalize recreational and medicinal cannabis across the country, a wider array of products extracted from hemp plants will become available. Needless to say, these changes mean that retailers and consumers alike need accurate and up-to-date information related to pricing, legal status, and product differentiation.  One area in which legislators have failed to […]

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What is CBD Isolate? Wholesale Pricing, Regulations & More

When it comes to CBD (cannabidiol), most products on the market contain a certain percentage of CBD, along with other cannabinoids and plant materials. For example, oils procured from hemp plants generally contain 60-80% CBD, while highly-refined solutions produced through distillation generally contain 90% CBD. However, in either case, trace amounts of THC and other […]

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Hail Damage Cause Major Losses to Central Oregon Hemp Farmers

Last weekend, Central Oregon was pummeled by hail causing widespread losses to local hemp farmers. Take a look: 🔊 Sound up! 🔊Intense #hail Friday covered the ground in Tumalo, #Oregon! More storms for the northwest U.S. today – we're tracking it on WeatherNation pic.twitter.com/FIXkd60Xnw — WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) August 10, 2019 August 10th, four inches of […]

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America is Growing 8X the Amount of CBD Hemp It Can Consume And Prices Are Crashing

If you’re farming hemp this year, it might be a good time to panic. The US can only reasonably consume 22.5M lbs of 10% CBD Hemp in a year, and we’re currently growing closer to 180M. Here is a quick look at the current hemp surplus we are staring in the face: That’s 8X what […]

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Data Analytics and The Future of Price Forecasting in the Hemp and Cannabis Industry

As a company, Kush.com has always had a massive treasure trove of useful data. In the past, much of this data was left to the wayside. Periodically, Kush has analyzed historical data and written posts explaining the ongoing trends. Forecasting for stakeholders has also become a staple of Kush.com‘s content. As a founder, I’m super […]

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What is the Best Climate to Grow Hemp?

From the river valleys of Virginia to the lush hills of Oregon, hemp is making an American comeback. It is a hardy, versatile, crop that can adapt to some of the harshest conditions on the planet. With more and more farmers looking to grow hemp it begs the question, where is the best place to […]

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How Cannabis and CBD are Revolutionizing the Beverage Industry

Regulations for cannabis are undergoing some major transformations around the globe. A number of U.S states have legalized recreational use of cannabis. Legalization has widened the scope for innovative ideas pouring into the weed market. The cannabis industry is producing some of the largest consumer-friendly products. Two industries feeling the most innovation are the beverage […]

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USDA Clears Hemp Seeds for Import Into US

USDA Clears Hemp Seeds for Import

Since the passage of the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, hemp producers have found themselves in a tricky predicament. Hemp cultivation and production is finally legal at a federal level. But where to start? Let’s turn to the USDA. The law allows provisions for hemp cultivation and removes hemp and hemp seeds from the Drug […]

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What is Biochar?

Charcoal. The difference? The intended use. Biochar is used for soil amendments and carbon sequestration. Where as charcoal is intended to be used a fuel source for heating or cooking. How is Biochar Made? Biochar is made with controlled burns. These can be as small as a personal kiln in the back yard or as […]

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What is Scrogging?

In the search of “how to grow the best crop possible,” you’ve probably heard of Scrogging or the SCRoG technique. SCroG stands for “Screen of Green.” […]

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