Episode 5 of Canna Cribs Season 1 capabilities Honeydew Farms in Humboldt County California.
Table of Contents:
01:09 Interview with Honeydew owner Alex Moore
Be specific to confirm out our other Canna Cribs episodes!
Episode 1: Glass House
Episode two: Create Op Farms/Phat Panda
Episode 3: Copperstate Farms
Episode 4: Los Suenos
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Canna Cribs Crew:
Producer/Director: Jason Sikorsky
Lead Editor/Camera Operator: Bao Nguyen
Director of Photography: Nicholas Watts
B-Roll Lead/Assistant Editor: Michael Rodriguez
Camera Operator/Nonetheless Photography: Josh Wallace
Assistant Camera/DIT: Tad Sallee
Production Sound Mixing: Michael Cottrell
Art Director: Andrew Lucas
Net Developer: Timothy Martin
Camera Operator/Production Assistant: Ray Cisek
Production Assistant: Jake Glasser
Sound Mastering: Unbridled Studio
Canna Cribs was created by Nick Morin
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– Smart Pots:
– Honeydew Farms does Hand Trimming and fully NO machine trimming.
[Curing and Drying]
– Ideal Air Dehumidifier:
– Pollen Gear:
– Boveda Packs:
– Kush Bottles:
– Shield N Seal Bags:
Honeydew Farms is Humboldt County’s 1st conditional use permitted Cannabis Farm. Situated in the particularly coveted Mattole Valley, their 600 acre Agricultural preserve lies in the foothills of the Lost Coast’s Kings Wide variety.
The Mattole’s distinctive micro climate, with it is hot days and cool nights, creates the perfect atmosphere, and combined with their extra than 25 years of cultivation understanding, they make some of the world’s finest healthcare Cannabis. Their cultivation online web-sites range in elevation from their valley floor at 200 feet, to their ridge tops at 900 feet, creating distinct variations in their batches.
At Honeydew Farms, they pride themselves on becoming environmentally conscious stewards of their historic ranch and farm.
With abundant surface water from the Mattole River, Honeydew Creek, and Beartrap creek, they pride themselves in the reality that none of this water is diverted for cultivation of their fine Cannabis.