Growing award-winning cannabis may be complicated for most, but the cultivators at Molecular Farms have made it look easy for the second year in a row.
After coming out of seemingly nowhere in 2016 by winning the Emerald Cup award for best CBD flower, the cultivators from Monterey County crushed the competition in 2017 by earning a resounding amount of first place votes in the best overall flower category with the creation of the terpene-packed Lemon Crush.
But best wasn’t enough for Molecular, who also returned to claim back-to-back awards for best CBD flower for their Guava Jam strain, that also contains a relaxingly low percentage of THC.
Now that the genetic geniuses have generated a massive buzz throughout the prestigious competition for the second year in a row, Molecular Farms’ operation manager Steve Haba generously took some time off from growing award-winning cannabis to explain to Smell the Truth how it’s done.
Smell the Truth: Molecular won last year’s Best CBD Flower on first attempt and also Best Overall Flower this year on first attempt. How did you manage to pull that off?
Steve Haba: Molecular…