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How Industrial Hemp is Processed

How Industrial Hemp is Processed

Hemp has been purposely grown and harvested since 8000 B.C. The crop was essential for fiber and food. Since 2012, the products and sales derived from the hemp industry in the United States increased by 600 percent. The plant-based fiber and by-products are commonly...
Hemp’s Biofuel Potential

Hemp’s Biofuel Potential

Fossil fuels are a finite resource, but what is even more pressing than running out is the damage that they are causing to both the planet and the environment. Coal and petroleum have helped to advance much of humanity, but the ensuing problems such as pollution,...
Fact or Fiction: Industrial Hemp Myths

Fact or Fiction: Industrial Hemp Myths

Industrial hemp is an incredibly useful plant with great agricultural potential. Unfortunately, it’s also been subject to many myths and misconceptions all around the world. Even though the use of the plant has been documented back to 8,000+ BCE, hemp is still banned...
A Cash Crop with Challenges

A Cash Crop with Challenges

Farmers in the United States have been facing hard times in recent years. Between tariffs and trade disagreements and poor weather, the revenue on common cash crops has dropped significantly. For some, this means, turning to alternative income streams such as solar or...
How Hemp is Helping The Planet

How Hemp is Helping The Planet

Contrary to what most people think, hemp is actually a miracle plant that could benefit the overall environment in huge ways. When many people think about the hemp plant, the first thing that they think about is burned-out and stoned hippies. This could not be further...