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All the Things.

100% Natural, Third-Party Tested, Beyond-Organic, Vegan, Gluten-Free, GMO-Free

Grown & Made in the USA near Lancaster, PA

Free of solvents, pesticides, artificial colors and flavors, and other harsh chemicals.


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Questions & Reorders

Manufactured in a cGMP facility for: Cedar Meadow Distributors, LLC Holtwood, PA 17532.

For questions or to reorder, visit www.CedarMeadow.Farm or call 717-723-3770

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Nick Walters

Every day we interact with newbie growers and establised farmers who are ready to grow industrial hemp. We stress the need to grow hemp using regenerative ag practices and I am using Steve's book to help me speak with some degree of credibility. For people with no farming background like me this is becoming my go-to resource.

Eric Jelinski

Steve Groff describes his learned method of farming, learned by experience.
A method of farming that is not dependent on hazardous synthetic weed and pest sprays. The reason to eliminate these sprays is because they are in the food chain and harming humans and animals.
Steve explains how weeds can be eliminated using cover crops. And also explains how soil organic matter can be improved with cover crops.
There are many types of crops that may be used as a cover with each having different strengths and attributes.
When talking about Future Proofing, Steve explains that future consumers what to know much more about how there food is grown, and be satisfied that the food is nutrient rich, and absent of harmful sprays.
Highly recommended reading equally for gardeners, small farmers and large farm operators.