MNHR Clones Genetics and Farm Solutions

MNHR Clones Genetics and Farm Solutions

Santa Maria, CA – February 21, 2017 – MNHR Collective is proud to announce our new additions to our MNHR Canna Family. Midnight Farms and King Klones. Both companies were hand picked by our MNHR Canna Consultants for our Membership. We know our Members will be happy with our Medicines from these Genetics. The Clones will come directly from our Distributor and then into our Nursery’s at MNHR Gardens.

 

Midnight Farms Clones produces the finest organically grown Cannabis Clones available anywhere.

 

 

 

 

At King Klone Brand, our number one priority is the needs and wellness of our patients. We understand that in order to produce high-grade medications, we must start with the highest quality genetics available.

With this complete hands-on understanding, dedication, and unwavering passion, our Expert Plant Physiologist and his team of Genetic Engineers have been producing these award-winning Advanced BLU Genetics for over 15 years.

 

 

MNHR Farms will be cloning from these great genetics. We are using the Clone Genetics for our F1 mamas. This will insure F1 Premium cuts every time.

MNHR Farms will be using a series of Compost Tea’s on our Clones in our Medical Garden until we find our perfect recipe. We will be using the Aerated Compost Tea method for distribution. In order for compost teas to flourish, the microorganisms need a steady food source. With something to eat, the fungi and bacteria will multiply rapidly. Bacteria loves simple sugars. Organic molasses or organic coconut sugar are great to add to your brew as an essential food source. Fungi likes more complex sugars and proteins, kelp, oatmeal, fruit pulp, and aloe extract are commonly used (make sure everything is organic and free from preservatives.) Many of these are inexpensive household items and in some cases can even be grown at home.

Aerated Compost Tea

Aerated compost tea is “brewed” with the help of pumps that oxygenate the mix, speeding up the extraction of nutrients from the compost. It takes far less time to finish — usually the tea is ready in as little as 24 hours, according to the Oregon State University Extension Service (see References 1). Supplemental nutrients, such as molasses, kelp, fish byproducts or humic acid, may be added to this brew as catalysts. Once aerated compost tea is ready, it should be applied within four to six hours for maximum potency and benefit.

How is it Made?
Compost tea is produced by steeping finished compost in water in order to extract beneficial microorganisms and compounds into solution. It uses fine bubble diffusion to supply aeration and mixing of the solution, a supplemental nutrient source (Compost Tea Catalyst) to feed the microorganisms, and a 24-hour brewing cycle to produce a biologically active, Aerated Compost Tea.

 

Clone Genetics at MNHR Collective Association Canna Solutions Farm

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