Yerba in the News
- Yerba Buena Is Built on a Philosophy of Goodness Within the Cannabis Industry -Willamette Week
- Cannabis Business Times – From Good Herb Stems Success
- Yerba Buena Featured in February 2019 Issue of Oregon Leaf
- Yerba Buena Included in 50 Best Companies to Work For in Cannabis
- BDDF strain of the month Dope Magazine
- BDDF strain of the month Oregon Leaf Magazine
- Brookie named one of Oregon Leaf Magazine’s Women of Weed 2018
- 6th greenest workplace in 2018 in Oregon Business Magazine
- Stem Holding’s Press Release
- Washington County’s Gold Star (their highest level) award for sustainable practices
- Cannabis and Corporate Social Responsibility
- Cannabis industry leaders: Marijuana businesses can redefine Corporate Social Responsibility
- Yerba Buena’s Operations Manager Named One of Oregon’s New Faces of Cannabis in Oregon
- Willamette Week Awards Yerba Buena in 2 Categories at the 2018 Cultivation Classic
- Yerba Buena Given The Washington County Green Business Award
- Sustainable practices profit cannabis companies
- Yerba Buena Wins 1st Place for Best Sativa-Dominant Flower and Runner Up for Best CBD Flower in the Dope Cup
- Yerba Buena ranks 9th in Greenest Workplaces in Oregon
- Yerba Buena wins two Oregon green business awards
- Yerba Buena Spotlight in Stoner Magazine
- Yerba Buena Cover Story in Marijuana Venture Magazine: Ambassadors of the Herb
- Best CBD Strain won by Yerba Buena
- Yerba Buena Joins Board of National Standard-Setting Organic and Fair Labor Non Profit
- Best Indoor Grow goes to Yerba Buena at the Dope Industry Awards
- Yerba Buena wins Best Cannabis Farm in Best of Portland by Willamette Week
- LEDs in Yerba Buena’s Vegetative Room Deliver a 9-month Payback
Comedian Russell Howard and his Mum stopped by the Yerba Buena farm to meet up with Laura and Casey to see how it's all done with love on their epic adventure across America filming series 2 of Russell Howard & Mum: USA Road Trip. © 2018 Yerba Buena...
TRANSITION The Oregon cannabis market is going through major regulatory and market transitions as the recreational program gets under way and the medical market becomes obsolete. Many of these changes have already become reality while others may not be...
Cannabis is the correct scientific name for the genus of flowering plant often referred to as Marijuana. Many Cannabis supporters find the “M” word offensive once they learn the history of the word. Let’s take a closer look at where the term Marijuana...
Cannabinoids are complex chemical compounds that are secreted by the cannabis plant through its flowers that mimic naturally occurring compounds produced by our bodies, called endocannabinoids. When cannabis is consumed, the cannabinoids bind to receptor...
Choosing the method that will best target the ailment you are looking to relieve is as important as choosing your strain. Different methods will have varying onset times, as well as length of effect. Sometimes combining different methods of consumption is...
There are thousands of cannabis strain names with more being developed every day, each with their own unique balance of cannabinoids and potency. These differences result from the genetics of the strain, growing conditions, nutrients and environment....
Terpenes, or isoprenoids, provide cannabis with its unique bouquet. The molecules are quite small and consist of repeating units of a compound called isoprene. Although less well-known than the major cannabinoids, terpenes are instrumental to the...
Pruning during the flowering cycle happens in three major phases. 1. The first phase of pruning happens 7-10 days after transplant. The purpose of this pruning is to remove lower branching and inter-plant growth, promoting energy to the upper region of the...
One of the most common misconceptions about growing plants is that growers are feeding the plants directly. That’s not quite how it works in the soil kingdom. What we actually do is support beneficial bacteria and microbes that, in turn, feed the plant....
There are two main reasons for pruning your vegetative cannabis plants: 1) To control the vertical or horizontal growth of your plants. 2) To promote additional node (branch) sites, which allows for more flower sites. The point where a branch joins the...
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