Given the diversity of its applications, hemp has become an increasingly popular crop in the United States and elsewhere over the past half-decade. That increasing production has led to surges of an appealing byproduct: hemp fiber.
The north east is gradually becoming an unlikely centre of the hemp-growing industry.
Works have already commenced by the Fijian Government in its study of growing industrial hemp as an alternative form of agricultural produce.
Could the hemp plant revolutionize and reshape the fashion industry? Many experts seem to think so.
A woman-led tampon company based in Tennessee is stepping into the crowded menstrual product industry in an effort to disrupt it and give women more options for their period care.
You’re probably familiar with sunflower seeds, chia seeds, and even pumpkin seeds. But hemp plants also produce edible seeds that can be used in a variety of ways!