A small farm in rural San Diego County will be giving the public the opportunity to take an active role in sourcing CBD as it hosts a “u-pick” hemp flower event this weekend. Similar to other events that allow customers to harvest their own produce and cut flowers directly from the fields, Full Sail Farm will be welcoming visitors to its site for the event in Ramona, California on Saturday, September 12 and Sunday, September 13.
Jason Langston grows two acres of hemp rich in CBD and CBG at the boutique farm northeast of San Diego, much of it destined to be extracted and manufactured into wellness preparations by Southern California-based CBD products company Randy’s Club. But with the CBD market beginning to be dominated by large operations, smaller farms are finding it difficult to compete. That led Tyler Strause, the president of Randy’s Club, to suggest a u-pick event as a way for Full Sail Farm to get the most out of its crop. Langston agreed and says that the event is a great way for him to connect with his customers.
“I have always had a strong passion for farming and I’ve always been very interested in it,”