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Companion Planting • Sustainable & Renewable Growing

Updated: Jan 23, 2019

Hi Everybody,

Rick Rainbolt here…

Very busy spring and summer for those growing Industrial Hemp and how far this Industry has advanced in such a short period of time. The biggest news is probably the Federal 2018 Farm Bill we are all anxiously waiting to get signed into law. That will be a game changer for all of us.

List of Companion Plants for Quality Hemp

Anyone who’s growing Hemp quickly learns about all of the bug issues you have to deal with and have a solution for, especially if you are growing organically. The HGI team approaches this problem from several angles and one part of the solution-set is Companion Plants.

Companion planting is an inexpensive, planet-friendly long term organic solution to providing natural insecticides and fungicides for your Hemp grow. Here is an article that will give you multiple Companion Plant options. We have several clients using this method for their 2018 outdoor grow.

From the Royal Queen Seed company...

Sustainable & Renewable Greenhouse Growing

HGI strives to implement renewable and sustainable practices in all phases of Industrial Hemp grow operations. We believe it accelerates opportunity and exemplifying environmental stewardship. We believe that ecosystem grow facility design will become a foundational component in the future for growing hemp indoor and greenhouses.

Here is a great video of what’s possible… It by the Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute.

Next Event: Oklahoma City

CHARLOTTE, NC--(Marketwired - July 24, 2018) – Hemp Geo Institute has supported and played a small role with Oklahoma’s initiative in getting their Industrial Hemp pilot program passed and signed into law. This is substantial for the Agriculture sector giving them new and recurring revenue in addition to income from 1,000’s of products that can be sold. Hemp Geo Institute will host their seventh (7th) Industrial Hemp Symposium on August 25th, 2018 in Oklahoma City, OK titled “Growing Hemp for Yield”.


Any questions or help text or call:

Thank you,

Rick Rainbolt


Hemp Geo Institute

Call/Text: 704-965-8935




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