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Woodnote Farms is nestled within Southern Humboldt, the heart of the Emerald Triangle. Their unique location provides special terroir and a microclimate that is ideal for growing quality cannabis. Owned and Operated by Graeme Scott, Emily Call, and Abi Prince. Woodnote farms came about because it reflects the sounds of the forest which are so ever prevalent within their region. Woodnote Farms also practices regenerative agriculture principles and a hands-on approach to cultivating their cannabis to ensure the best sun grown cannabis. Coupled with their unique microclimate, Woodnote Farms have grown unique cannabis which have been hand selected through decades of breeding
Perfect Growing Location!
Woodnote Farms is located in Ettersburg in the heart of the famed Emerald Triangle. This unique growing region is nestled right between the King Range Conservation Area and the Sinkyone Wilderness Area which protects the farm from the NW winds of the Pacific. Woodnote Farms is also located within the Mattole watershed which is fed from winter snow melt. This region is known for its warm days and cool nights during the long growing season. Humboldt’s long dry summers help build Woodnote’s unique terpene profiles as the dryness helps increase the levels of terpenes found within the cannabis. This unique microclimate allows for Woodnote Farms to display its own, unique terroir that helps produce exceptional terpene profiles and phenotypes.
A microclimate farm in the middle of the Emerald Triangle.
Nestled in between the Kings Range Conservation Area and the Sinkyone Wilderness Area. Woodnote Farms is protected from the winds that come from the Pacific Northwest which allow for their strain’s to flourish as their regions' terroir prevents mold growth. Also, their specific location is just a couple hundred feet above the fog line preventing any frost and damage to their plant.
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Cannabis grows specifically well on Woodnote’s farm because of its location and elevation which promotes optimal plant health. Indicas and hybrids do well here specifically because of their hardiness and resistance to cold.
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