HARVEST CUP FINALS
Farmer Entry & Flower Submission
Nov 21, 2020 through Jan 21, 2021
This event begins with a 30 day submission period where licensed NYS Hemp Farmers are able to submit raw / cured hemp flower product to the events judges. Submissions will be allowed Nov. 21-Jan 1st 2021.
Submissions will require a $100 contribution. $50 will be used to pay for an independent 3rd party COA test. The remaining funds will be allocated to local and regional community initiatives.
Flower Judging Process
Dec 14, 2020 through Jan 8th, 2021
This year we will be bringing together an incredible group of NYS Cannabis Industry Leaders to serve as the judging team for the Harvest Cup Finals on Jan. 31st! They will be tuning in live from all across NYS.
Are you interested in being an event Judge? Check out the People Choice Awards" Link below to learn more about how you can get in on the grading process and help choose the People's Choice Champ!
FLWR CITY "Harvest Cup" | VIRTUAL
Jan 31st, 2021
Join us live on January 31st for the "double-blind" judging of the 20 top submissions for the Harvest Cup Finals. We will also be revealing the People's Choice winners. Click the link below to register for the live event and a chance to win some of the Harvest Cup Champ's flowers!
Watch the 2020 Harvest Cup Finals
First annual NY "Harvest Cup"
This event begins with a 30 day submission period where licensed NYS Hemp Farmers are able to submit raw / cured hemp flower products to the event's judges. Submissions will be allowed Nov. 21-January 1st 2021.
Submissions will require a $100 contribution. The funds will be allocated to local and regional community initiatives.
Flower submissions will be graded on a variety of factors judged by industry experts for their smell, structure, COA’s and more.
The top 20 submissions will be selected for the Harvest Cup Finals, which conclude with a live “blind” judging that will determine the Harvest Cup champions. The finale of Harvest Cup will happen on Jan 31st - LIVE on a screen near you.
NEW YORK HEMP FLOWER BAN
It is the belief of the organizers that flower - as a farm product and a consumer good - Is an important Social and economic resource for the NYS community in such trying times.
We believe that the proposed regulations by NYS banning “flower sales” are short-sighted and will do more harm to the public - farmer and consumer alike - than good.
We thank you for your support and look forward to celebrating this Harvest with you! Stay tuned for more events in 2021.