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Designed for the propagation of hemp plants.
We have a facility that is specifically designed for the propagation of hemp plants with 2-acres of greenhouse space equipped with heated floors, boom irrigation and 1000W HID HPS grow lights. We built this facility from the ground up, taking every design feature into consideration. With sustainability in mind, we collect all the rain water off all our greenhouse rooftops and pull it from our 1,000,000 gallon pond to water our plants.
"While Nanticoke Gardens’ primary involvement with the hemp industry is propagation, Pete said the company offers more than just starter plants.
“We also handle the logistics for hemp farmers,” he says. “This was a missing piece of the process. We can sit down with farmers and plan out how much acreage they want to plant and the number of varieties they want to plant. We will devise a production schedule for them so that they know when the transplants will be shipped and when they need to go into the field. They can refine their production plan so that they know when to prepare their fields for planting and when they should plant. This logistics planning really helps our relationship with our farmer customers.”
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“Nanticoke Hemp listened to what we were trying to accomplish and worked with us to make it a reality. We wanted to source our own seeds and just have someone start them for us and deliver them to the field when we were ready to plant. The crew at Nanticoke Hemp made that happen.”
“We split our order between clones and seed starts so we could compare the two. Nanticoke Hemp offered us several options until we found something we were comfortable with.”View More
“The guys at Nanticoke Hemp followed our crop all the way through. After they delivered the plants, they showed up at the field 3 other times to check on the progress of the crop. Showing their interest in the success of the crop.”View More