In Canada hemp grain, fiber, and biomass producers must plant officially Certified hemp seed. Producing Certified seed is a multi-generational process following strict protocols imposed by CFIA/CSGA that ensures the genetic and physical purity of the seed meets regulated standards.
Some see the Certification requirement as a costly barrier to introducing hemp genetics to Canadian producers. In reality it is an important asset of the Canadian system, ensuring high quality seed is delivered to producers for planting, which produces stable, reliable, fit for purpose products that end users can be confident meets both market and regulatory standards.
Standing behind the Tritium brand is more than 20 years of official Pedigreed seed production experience. With seed production capacity in Canada, USA and South America Tritium has the ability to move new hemp genetics quickly from breeder through to Certified seed available for sale.
Jayme Hunter has over 20 years of entrepreneurial experience in Alberta oilfield and agriculture sectors. Jayme owns and operates a family farm located at Caroline, Alberta, he founded and manages a small community minded investment fund, and owns and operates a real estate holding company focused on long term passive revenue assets.
Scott Horner has 25 years of experience in the International Seed industry and holds the positions of Director on the Canadian Seed Growers Association National Board and current Past President of the Seed Association of the Americas, he is also a Past President of the Canadian Seed Trade Association, having served on the board and executive for 9 years.