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Southwest Georgia Panakeia Field Trials with Young Farmers Group

Subject: Southwest Georgia Panakeia Field Trials with Young Farmers Group

Location: Jakin Country Club

Size: 10 acres

This study takes combined field trial, lab experiments, and economic analysis to evaluate the potential of industrial hemp in Southwest Georgia. A comparison of Panakeia 0.00% THC plants and agronomy data currently suggest hemp has strong potential in Georgia Agriculture.

Field trials completed as part of this study will compare Panakeia hemp plants to cotton, soy, and corn. They will also show that Panakeia plants can be harvested in addition to rather than replace the corn, wheat, cotton, and soy crops currently grown in southwest Georgia.

We want to just add another crop rotation to maybe add another area for some revenue and to get some potential agronomic benefits by diversifying this rotation.

It is Bazelet Research’s opinion that hemp can stand on its own as a helpful cash crop, especially Panakeia because of being a solution to hemp industry as the world’s first 0.00% THC cannabis plant, but trials will also be confirmed that the Panakeia lent agronomic abilities to cover crop duties.
Panakeia has great potential to naturally suppress weeds. Bazelet Research in Jakin Country Club trials the reduction of weeds will go on into the next growing seasons and other crops will benefit as documented by young farmers incorporating this into farm plans and crop rotations. …

This trial will substantiate BAZELET OGLESBY work with Panakeia in Altha, Florida and bring 0.00% THC hemp plants to Southwest Georgia as another tool to help farmers incorporate it into their already existing farm plan.

Forthright findings:
While most materials and equipment are common to other farming both cotton and corn and tomato type farms as well as extensive farming outfits can potentially insert themselves into the hemp supply chain with some adaptation of protocols and equipment.
These combined evaluation results will demonstrate that industrial hemp has great potential to become a promising regional commodity crop with Panakiea and 0.00% THC eliminating boundaries preventing farmers from entering hemp into crop rotation.

Young farmers of Southwest Georgia and Bazelet Research will confirm in Jakin Country Club trials that we don’t need to replace those other crops that they’re used to growing like corn, wheat, cotton and soy we want to just add another crop rotation to maybe add another area for some revenue and to get some potential agronomic benefits by diversifying this rotation.

We want to be able to use Panakeia and 0.00% thc hemp plants as another tool to help farmers reduce the risks of growing hemp and plant seeds of future 0.00% hemp plant genetics viable for southwest Georgia .

While most materials and equipment are common to other farming both cotton and corn and tomato type farms as well as extensive farming outfits can potentially insert themselves into the hemp supply chain with some adaptation of protocols and equipment.

Young farmers and Southwest Georgia will lead this project from the Jakin country club in early county Georgia on hwy 84 between Dothan and Donalsonville in Jakin Georgia to bring publicity and awareness to the potential of hemp in Southwest Georgia across the street from Georgia Pacific Paper Mill in Southwest Georgia as hemp has potential in all GP products currently in production.

Tobacco farmers have been moving into hemp out of necessity, mainly, but do usually know the irrigation and cultivation methods needed for hemp farming. At an extensive level in Southwest Georgia , corn, cotton, and wheat farmers are finding it (more difficult) to make a profit, and that itself will drive them to try new and more specialized crops. Also, fruit farmers will generally have the knowledge to care for hemp. In the near term, successful and responsible hemp farming should see hemp included as a rotational crop, both for its sustainable insertion into large scale agriculture, as well as for the nitrogen fixation and farm sanitation characteristics of hemp.
Panakeia because of 0.00% THC is the total solution

Panakeia because it can not cross pollinate or ever have hit hemp even ditch weed and run off will be documented as beneficial with young farmers focused on Panakeia and its Carbon Biosequestration, reducing the amount of carbon dioxide and impact on air and in tern preventing climate change and global warming. The usual method is using specific plants, which are known as biomass plants, that will draw carbon from the atmosphere and then these plants can be slowly smoldered to create something known as biochar.

This is a form of charcoal which can then be mixed back into the soil. In the case of hemp, it’s one of the highest yielding biomass crops on the planet and because it’s so easy to grow and maintain, it’s the perfect crop to use for Carbon bio-sequestration.
By growing hemp and putting Carbon bio-sequestration into action, we would be starting a cycle of removing the carbon dioxide content in the air and resupplying it to the earth. Once again taking steps to prevent the effects of climate change. Panakeia will solve all of our hemp industry problems setting a 0.00% standard with hemp and industrial hemp feeding but also hemp environmental problems in south west Georgia .
These trials will prove there is certainly a variety of different ways in which panakia and 0.00% thc hemp can be used to fight against climate change. With this being a very immediate problem, it might be time to start making use of hemp in more active ways than just dietary supplements like cbd oils and cbd edibles and vapes. Panakeia is the future of hemp and BAZeLET is bringing the Tesla of cannabis to the Wiregrass region

Conclusions
The trial carried out in 2021 will enable Southwest Georgia to grow and harvest the first ever 0.00% THC cannabis that industrial hemp cultivars tested ‘Panakiea ‘ could be successfully grown in Georgia for crop production and low risk entry into hemp industry do to 0.00% THC plant. But the highest biomass yield, According to the research results, Panakiea is far superior to cannabis light and low thc varieties as proven by Florida certification in Florida state hemp certification and hemp pilot program led by FAMU Tallahassee Florida.