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1003, 2021

Celebrating Our 20th Anniversary

March 10th, 2021|

In 2021 we are celebrating our 20th year in business! Our founder Uncle John started cultivating in the hills of Humboldt County in the 1970's, where he experimented with fertilizer blends to grow the finest plants. After two decades of perfecting his formulas, he registered our business in the state [...]

2012, 2018

New Regulatory Testing For Heavy Metals In Agriculture

December 20th, 2018|

New Regulatory Testing For Heavy Metals In Agriculture Strict rules on heavy metal limits in produce are a source of anxiety for farmers. Positive detection of heavy metals within plant tissue may occur, circumstance to cleansing actions that plants naturally perform on top-soil. Plants grown in heavy metal contaminated soils, [...]

2607, 2018

Cutting Edge Solutions and Hydrofarm announce exclusive distribution

July 26th, 2018|

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT Cutting Edge Solutions Mark Schwartz, Marketing Director 707.528.0522   Cutting Edge Solutions and Hydrofarm announce exclusive distribution agreement Partnership to capitalize on rapidly growing demand from cannabis cultivation market Santa Rosa, California, July 26, 2018 – In response to a rapidly consolidating sector, manufacturing company Cutting [...]

211, 2017

Chor Boogie Mural Commission

November 2nd, 2017|

The Color Shaman Bursts into Santa Rosa Internationally renowned muralist Chor Boogie, a.k.a. ‘The Color Shaman,’ a.k.a. Joaquin Lamar Hailey, recently arrived in Santa Rosa to paint a large mural commission at local hydroponics and organic fertilizer manufacturer, Cutting Edge Solutions. Presenting the people with his thrilling signature style, Chor [...]

2310, 2017

Butterfly Sanctuary Project

October 23rd, 2017|

With the goal of establishing a monarch butterfly sanctuary, our research greenhouse manager, Jeff, started the process of planting milkweed and surrounding support flowers in 2015. We discovered that our organic research greenhouses nestled in the picturesque hills of Humboldt County, would make an excellent butterfly habitat. Milkweed cultivation [...]