Indoor Quality Grown Hemp

Indoor Quality Grown Hemp

At Pelmor Lane we are frequently asked burning questions by our customers about our indoor quality grown hemp and hemp products. Below are the answers to just a few!

Q: Is your hemp legal?

A: Yes all of our hemp is grown under Department of Agriculture Issued Licenses

Q:What makes our hemp superior to most?

A: Best farming practices and experience has a lot to do with the quality of your indoor quality grown hemp. We even have farmers that date back to 2014, which was the first year you could legally grow hemp. The learning curve for cultivating hemp is steep. We have biologists and some of the top breeders in the world working with our farmers.

Q: What strain is your hemp?

A: We have multiple varieties, T1, cherry and several other varieties chosen specifically for our geographic reason.

Q: Why should someone consider buying hemp from Pelmor Lane?

A: Our SOPs guarantee that the hemp you are buying is indoor quality, grown and manicured to your specs. You can even show up in person to our facilities and inspect the product before you purchase. We know once you see our quality controls in person there will be no reason for you to look anywhere else.

We are 100% transparent in the entire purchasing process because we know you need all the information to make the best decision for your business.

— Our pricing is super aggressive which allows all parties to scale quicker and get product to market faster.

Once you partner with Pelmor Lane the only thing you will be asking yourself is why you didn’t do this sooner.

Pertinent Kentucky AG Regulations on Sell and Transfer

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Section 21. Restrictions on Sale or Transfer.  (1) A licensed grower shall not sell or transfer, or permit the sale or transfer, of living plants, viable seeds, leaf material, or floral material to any person in the Commonwealth who does not hold a license issued by the department.  (2) A licensed grower shall not sell or transfer, or permit the sale or transfer, of living plants, viable seeds, leaf material, or floral material to any person outside the Commonwealth (but within the United States) who is not authorized by a university or state department of agriculture under the authority of 7 U.S.C. 5940 and the laws of that state. The licensed grower shall ensure that the sale or transfer is lawful in other states.  (3) The department shall permit the sale or transfer of stripped stalks, fiber, dried roots, nonviable seeds, seed oils, floral and plant extracts (excluding THC in excess of zero and three-tenths (0.3) percent, and other marketable hemp products to members of the general public, both within and outside the Commonwealth, if the marketable hemp product’s delta-9-THC level is not more than zero and three-tenths (0.3) percent.  (4) A licensed grower selling or transferring, or permitting the sale or transfer, of floral or plant extracts (including CBD), shall retain testing data or results for at least three (3) years demonstrating that the extract’s delta-9-THC level is not more than zero and threetenths (0.3) percent.  (5) A licensed grower may transfer up to one (1) pound of hemp per transfer to testing laboratories, both within and outside the Commonwealth, for the purpose of measuring THC, CBD, or other phytocannabinoid profile levels. The licensed grower shall ensure compliance with laws in other states.  (6) Licensed growers shall comply with the federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act, 21 U.S.C. Chapter 9, and all other applicable local, state, and federal laws and regulations relating to product development, product manufacturing, consumer safety, and public health.  (7) A licensed grower shall not knowingly permit hemp to be sold to or used by any person involved in the manufacture of an item named on the prohibited products list established in 302 KAR 50:070.

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