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  • How do they produce the Fibers?
    The outer bast fibers of the stalk usually made into long strands. It is best to use the younger plant, older plants are extremely tough and harder to process.
  • How old is Hemp?
    Hemp can be dated back more than 10,000 years. The Columbia History of the Wold states that the oldest relic of human industry is a bit of hem fabric that dates back to approximately 8,000 BC.
  • What are Hurds?
    Leftover pieces of stem and stork made into small, chunk form pieces.
  • What would you use Industrial Hemp seed oil for?
    It can be eaten raw. It can be used in cosmetic and beauty items, great for skin and hair health. In dairy products, like cheese and ice cream. For butter, milk, burger patties, other foods and beer. Contains all nine essential amino acids, large amounts of protein, Vitamins - A,B, C, & D and medicinal purposes.
  • Does Industrial Hemp have THC?
    Industrial Hemp contains less than 1% THC. When I had my plants tested it came back with 0.035% of THC.
  • Does Industrial Hemp crops need chemicals, pesticides or herbicides?
    No it does not an any of these to be cultivated. I have found you can apply a organic compost around the plants to reduce evaporation and remove the need to water.
  • What can the Fibers used for?
    Fibers can be made into textiles to replace any cotton based products. E,G Clothing, handbags, rope, canvas, cording. Fibers can also be used in the industrial industry for Insulation, can replace just about all molded Plastics and Fiberglass.
  • What parts of the Industrial Hemp plant are used?
    Mostly Hemp Fiber, Hemp Hurd, Hemp Seed and in some countries you can use the hole plant to make Herbal products.
  • What are Hurds used for?
    Paper products, can replace Cement and many building materials. Can replace almost all molded fibers and plastics. Great for animal bedding and soil amendment. Hemp hurds can be cleanly converted into Gasoline!! Hemp biomass can also make Ethanol, Methanol, Methane Gas and even Electricity.
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