Finola strain is dioecious, with distinct male and female plants. It is the earliest to bloom and has the shortest vegetation period, during which it grows into relatively short plants (1-2m). One of its main qualities that attract processing industry is that this strain flourishes in various climate conditions. It also produces abundant grain growing in particularly high altitudes (50-60m), where most of the other hemp varieties don’t.
Finola is mainly used for seeds production as produced seeds are small in size but rich in oils. The first press can produce up to 30% oil. Because of its above-average THC:CBD ratio this strain isn’t recommended for hemp flower production.