Here’s the Full List of Winners from Cultivation Classic 2019

Cultivation Classic is Oregon’s foremost organic cannabis competition.

Cultivation Classic has quickly become one of the world's premier cannabis competitions, showcasing organic craft cannabis and the science that powers it.

The three-day event culminates with the awards and data ceremony designed to recognize the farms that operate at the highest possible degree in each competitive field to produce award-winning cultivars.

Find out who took home an award at this year's just-concluded edition below.

Resource Innovation Institute’s Energy Innovation Award: Deschutes Growery

Regenerative Cannabis Farm Award: Lane Creek Hemp Co.

Supplemental Light Type 1 Winner: Cannassentials, Durban Chocolope

Silver: Rolen Stone Farms, Wedding Crasher

Bronze: Focus North, Now n Later (NnL)

Supplemental Light Type 2 Winner: Deep Creek Gardens, Dynasty Genetics Huckleberry Web

Silver: Bull Run Craft Cannabis, Lite Me Up

Bronze: Ideal Farms / Green Farms LLC, Kween

Supplemental Light Type 3 Winner: Yerba Buena, Blue Dragon Desert Frost

Silver: Yerba Buena, Corazon

Bronze: Truly Oreganic, Harle-Tsu

Sun Type 1 Winner: Alter Farms, Purple Wildfire

Silver: Frontier Farms, Cuban Linx

Bronze: Green Source Gardens, Koffee

Sun Type 2 Winner: Ebb & Flow Farm, Goji DC #1

Silver: Phantom Farms, Mighty Quinn

Bronze: Alter Farms, Pineapple Thai CBD

Sun Type 3 Winner: East Fork Cultivars, Blue Orchid

Silver: East Fork Cultivars, ACDC

Bronze: Siskiyou Sungrown, Sour Tsunami

Hemp Winner: OM Shanti Farms LLC, Suver Haze

Silver: OM Shanti Farms LLC, Elektra

Bronze: East Fork Cultivars, Oregon Guava

Outstanding Terpenes Award: Diversity: Alter Farms, Fire Runner

Outstanding Terepenes Award: Intensity: Trichome Farms, Black Widow

Credible Cultivar Award: Ebb & Flow Farm, Goji DC #1

Nose Knows Award: Eugreen Farms, Tropicanna Cookies

Ladies’ Choice Award: Pruf Cultivar, Pruf No. 24 | Astral Works

Gender Nonbinary Choice: Paschal Farms, Hells Angel OG x Sunshine Daydream

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