It’s not just as medicine that cannabis is advertised as being a cure-all, though. Hemp, the version of cannabis that won’t get you high, is being touted as a potential wonder crop.
Despite still grasping on to its position as a luxury fashion material, furs have undoubtedly fallen out of public favour in recent decades as animal rights activism has become more common
Cannabis is a heavy-feed crop, requiring plenty of nutrition to produce high yields. But deciding whether to grow with conventional or natural fertilizers depends on a cultivator’s growing style and goals.
Just one day before the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) released its final rule on hemp, Kentucky Senator Adrienne Southworth introduced legislation in the state to increase the allowable amount of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in hemp to 1%.
A Joe Biden administration could add fuel to U.S. hemp industry, based on a policy memo released by the President-elect’s planners this week which outline a strategy to encourage growing of carbon-sequestering crops.
An EU funded research & innovation project says it has made progress developing fully bio-based composites from hemp and wood feedstock for the automotive, aeronautics and audio sectors.
Hemp is touted as a potential green solution for everything from building materials to plastics — and that’s precisely where they have value in the automotive sector. A car entirely made from hemp would save a lot of non-renewable materials from their inevitable fate in the junkyard.
Ecuador has set the stage for development of country’s hemp industry with the release of regulations from the Ministry of Agriculture that will guide such things as seed production, farming, processing, marketing, export and other links in the hemp production chain, among others.