Green Point Research Hemp Seeds

Green Point Research, one of Florida’s largest hemp service providers, can immediately begin selling seeds, seed starts, and clones to Florida farmers.

August 18, 2020 — Fort Lauderdale, FL – Green Point Research (GPR), an international phytocannabinoid-rich hemp biomass originator and processor, is pleased to announce that its premium hemp seeds, seed starts, and clones pilot project is approved and available for sale. In addition to the genetics for sale, the company is one of the largest hemp service providers offering drying, extraction, refining, co-marketing, hemp farming consulting, and other services to ensure farmers have a cultivation partner than can help enable their success.

“We believe that agriculture is the backbone of Florida and that the ability to grow hemp will provide farmers with an environmentally sustainable, beneficial, and profitable product,” David Hasenauer, CEO of Green Point Research. “We have developed premium seeds, seed starts, and clones to ensure their success in growing this new crop.”

GPR cultivars, Fountain of Youth, a CBG strain, and Emerald Flower, a CBD strain, have received official approval and are now available for purchase. Additional CBD cultivars- Golden Sunset, Orange Blossom, Ruby Red, and Amazon, are expected to receive official approval in the very near future and can be pre-purchased for future delivery.  Amazon is in the process of growing to full maturity with a later 2020 approval expected.

Hemp seed approval is available in Florida through hemp pilot programs from different universities. The required application to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) and has been approved to certify hemp seeds under the Pilot Program.  Only hemp seeds endorsed under this program or certified by the Association of Official Seed Certifying Agencies (AOSCA) are allowed to grow within Florida.

Company research goals include investigating the composition of the seeds, researching benefits of industrial hemp, and providing education and outreach opportunities to farmers and students. “We are pleased to continue exploring new uses of this environmentally-friendly crop and serving as an educational resource for the community,” said Hasenauer. “It’s an exciting time and the long-term impacts of our collective hemp research efforts are far-reaching.”

Green Point Research’s industrial hemp projects with Florida University partners include over 400 permitted acres located at GPR locations around the state including: Sunshine Nursery in Ft. Meade, Watershed Farms in Central Florida, and Murphy Farms in North Florida.

To purchase seeds and seed starts from Green Point Research, Florida farmers will need to provide a hemp cultivation license from FDACS. While hemp cultivation licenses have a user-friendly online application and are free of charge, due diligence includes background checks and an environmental containment plan. Once a license is approved, there are ongoing responsibilities, including posting signage, reporting anticipated harvest dates, and submitting samples for THC testing.

As a Farmers First company, Green Point Research is a valued partner to farmers and the hemp supply chain. The company can provide farmers with training, services such as hemp drying, storing, co-marketing, and high-quality best practice farming knowledge from its trusted team of experts to help farmers maximize their potential impact with this valuable crop.

Contact us at or 954-500-HEMP to learn more.

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About Green Point Research

Green Point Research (GPR) is a vertically integrated phytocannabinoid-rich hemp biomass originator and processor founded in 2016. GPR controls its supply chain from seed to processing bulk cannabinoids for business to business sale. Satividol, a cannabidiol (CBD) softgel, is among the products the company produces. Contact Green Point Research at 954-500-HEMP to learn more about the Green Point Method and how to purchase seeds, seed starts, and clones. For more information, please visit