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When the owners of a farm take a hands on approach to plant and soil managment, magical things can happen.

Keeping it as natural and local as possible, Humboldt Edge Farm started with a base of Native Willow Creek top soil which gives their cannabis unique characteristics due to its naturally occurring biodiversity. The soil is then amended according to what the ladies and their lab equipment down at Dirty Business Analytics suggest to ensure minimizing unnecessary runoff so the habitat around the farm isn’t affected, while still giving the plants the vast array of nutrients they need to thrive. In order to bring out the most rich and diverse terpene content they use many amendments such as compost teas to inoculate the soil with beneficial microbes and biochar which further creates an environment in the soil that boosts biodiversity and bio availability of nutrients for easy uptake. 

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