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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...
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...
Ways Technology is Changing the Hemp Industry

Ways Technology is Changing the Hemp Industry

Industrial hemp is now legal in the United States, thanks to the passing of the 2018 farm bill. With legalization comes a boost in hemp farming and the technology behind it. Some bioscience firms are already changing the way farmers think about planting their crops. 1...
Leading Countries in Hemp Production

Leading Countries in Hemp Production

It seems like not long ago, hemp was just starting out in the world and now it is becoming a fast-growing industry. A few decades ago, there wouldn’t be nearly as much coverage on the topic as there is now. But the use of hemp dates back to 8,000+ BCE where it was...
The Production of Hemp

The Production of Hemp

Like many places around the world, hemp is a growing industry. Hemp production in Australia is forecasted to be valued at three million dollars by 2023. Hemp In Australia, hemp is grown in every state as an irrigated crop. The success of growing industrial hemp...