Copyright © Clone Oregon CBD Hemp Nursery. All rights reserved.

CBD Hemp plants are a legal United States Department of Agriculture crop that has seen large success already in the previous four years. The interest in this crop extends throughout all levels of society, as this compound found in Cannabis plants is not intoxicating, therefore, not a controlled substance. Permitting with the state of Oregon Department of Agriculture is a simple process, and you dictate your field size, and include GPS coordinates in your application to the state. Our Oregon Department of Agriculture Hemp test results from 2016 year are attached below.

Our trucks will deliver from the greenhouses to your property, along with our tractors and support equipment to facilitate planting your prepped fields with high CBD feminized hemp clones, or you can simply order plugs from us and plant them yourselves. Plug orders begin February, and delivery will begin in May. owns and operates our own tractors and planting machinery, as well as the needed materials to lay low-pressure direct irrigation systems if needed additionally.

With the issues surrounding last year's major fraud case surrounding the sellers of the variety C4, out of Loveland Colorado, we are only doing business with greenhouse systems operators that we have personally grown varieties from with success, and the variety Sweetened is the best variety that we will offer in bulk for 2019.

February of 2019 will see us entering into an agreement with a producer of tissue culture plant starts, and we will update with their varieties. By June, we will be offering bulk Seed from an Oregon producer, AFTER we do a large selective sampling and testing of a sequestered seed lot that is tamper proof once seeds are selected for testing. Last year, there was massive fraud by one group of sellers in Colorado, and the information regarding that is written below, for those that are interested.



This breeder, in turn, provided myself, and many other growers, farmers, and other plant sellers with what has turned out to be a totally BOGUS variety. This came about when one of our 2018 planting clients had met with a person that has been a close associate of ours for previous years while on a flight from Oregon to Colorado for a large Hemp exposition. They ended up seated beside each other on the flight, and quickly realized that they both were closely familiar with me, and decided to make the choice for us to plant the variety that they discussed on this flight.

With this decision, made without me even being present, by one of our planting clients, for us to plant this variety, I assessed the provided Certificate of Analysis for this variety C4. It is displayed here below, as I received it. Often in this industry, to prevent circumvention of brokers, information is redacted. I will include in this update, the information regarding where transfers were made and to whom for the acquisition of this variety. We were assured that the variety would come in the form on Feminized Seed, at a ratio of 2,000 to 1 female to male. This Feminized seed was to be propagated at NW Greenhouses systems in Molalla, Oregon, and subsequently screened by what was described as being a drone mounted light spectrum analayzing  camera which carried software that is capable of detecting males, even in vegetative, or just sprouted conditions. This never came to be, and may have been a false claim made by the vendor that introduced our planting services to this variety. They were supposed to be segregated as confirmed female by use of the camera mounted drone, flown at the greenhouse facility contracted by the vendor who was to propagate the variety. This system was described in detail that it would have been able to detect males, and they were to be removed BEFORE plants were delivered to our client's fields for planting. 

We found that this was not the case.

We will continue to work with our clients, and the vendor to have the provider of these genetics held accountable. He is Tyler Schnell. The individual in the third image photographed next to the Hemp plant is NOT Tyler Schnell of Loveland Colorado.

He is named Troy, but I do not know his last name. He, as I understand, was working alongside Tyler to release this variety C-4 into the interstate distribution for farming of High CBD Hemp, with expected testing results of 17-20%, as shown in the provided COA. Instead what it produced was a plant that was very low CBD, and up to 40-50% males, depending on the field.  Our own planting of this variety showed to be consistent with the conservative end of this as well.