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At Reap & Sow Hemp Company, we are passionate about cultivating reputable and tested genetics for farmers across the US. Our hemp clones and feminized hemp seeds can facilitate the success of your growing business.


About us

Reap & Sow Hemp Company is a Colorado based company that has focused on cultivating high CBD plants and feminized hemp seeds since 2018. With over 15 years of experience in the cannabis industry, Reap & Sow has hands-on experience with various hemp strains and knowledge of indoor and outdoor conditions to help optimize the performance of hemp clones and hemp seeds for growing the highest quality product possible.

Feminized Seeds

Check out our hemp seed catalog of current available varieties!


Locally Grown in Colorado

We propagate our hemp seeds and hemp clones genetics in our indoor facility based in Colorado Springs so we can ensure no possibility of potential cross pollination from male plants. Our clones and seeds have been grown outdoors in climates in Colorado and around the United States and we regularly propagate genetics our own feminized hemp seeds to limit potential genetic deterioration.


Our Colorado hemp company can answer your questions about feminized hemp seedshemp clones, and more!

What is Feminized Hemp?

Hemp is a plant that belongs to the Cannabaceae family with three main subspecies: sativa, indica, and ruderalis. Feminized hemp seeds in particular are plants that only grow female plants. It’s critical for farmers growing for CBD production to only grow females so their plants can dedicate the maximum amount of energy toward cannabinoid production. 

How is Hemp Used?

Hemp can be used in a variety of ways, from oil extracts to building materials. Our genetics are for farmers who want to grow plants high in CBD for the production of oils and a variety of infused products. With a growing list of medicinal benefits of hemp, hemp can replace a multitude of pharmaceutical products currently on the market. Hemp has also been used in foods and is commonly found in supermarket shelves and restaurants. You’ll see them in salads, protein bars, smoothies and even hemp chocolate.

Marijuana vs Hemp

It’s a common misconception that hemp and marijuana are the same thing. Although they are part of the same genetic family, the two classifications do differ in several distinct ways. The most important difference is the limit of total THC content allowed in hemp plants of 0.3%. Marijuana plants are genetically similar to hemp but they contain more than 0.3% THC.

What the Future of Hemp Looks Like

As of 2020, all but 3 states have legalized some form of hemp cultivation and processing. In the next decade, it’s likely that hemp will be legal to grow in all 50 states and there will be several industrial uses for the product beyond cannabinoid consumption. We hope to grow along with this market and be on the cutting edge of advancements made to provide high quality hemp genetics to our customers.

Not a single male!


I bought genetics from Reap & Sow for my first year of outdoor growing and every plant turned out female and the final product looked better than I expected. I’ll be shopping with y’all again for my next season!

- Aaron S.

Mountain Grown

Everything looked great!


Everything we got looked great and the harvest turned out well. The T1 didn’t have any issues in our soil and we’re selling our harvest as smokeable flower. Thanks again!

- Ashley K.

The Herb Shoppe

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Colorado Springs, CO 80905

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