Growing Industrial Hemp
 Hemp: Industrial Production and Uses

Hemp production for industrial purposes continues to grow worldwide, and is currently being used for many applications including house insulation, paper making, animal bedding, fabric, rope making and also as a biofuel. This book brings together international experts to examine all aspects of industrial hemp production, including the origins of hemp production, as well as the botany and anatomy, genetics and breeding, quality assessment, regulations, and the agricultural and industrial economics of hemp production . . . Read more

 American Hemp: How Growing Our Newest Cash Crop Can Improve Our Health, Clean Our Environment, and Slow Climate Change

The 2018 Farm Bill passed and with it hemp became legal. What the federal government listed for decades as a schedule 1 narcotic was finally classified as an agricultural crop, giving great promise to the rise of a new American hemp industry. Filled with catchall research, American Hemp examines what this new domestic crop can be used for, what makes it a superior product, and what made it illegal in the first place; the book also delves into the many health and medical benefits of the plant. Hobbs weighs in on how hemp can improve existing industries, from farming to energy to 3D printing, plus how it can make a serious impact on climate change by removing toxins from the soil and by decreasing our dependence on plastics and fossil fuels . . . Read more

 Hemp Bound: Dispatches from the Front Lines of the Next Agricultural Revolution

The stat sheet on hemp sounds almost too good to be true: its fibers are among the planetís strongest, its seed oil the most nutritious, and its potential as an energy source vast and untapped. Its one downside? For nearly a century, itís been illegal to grow industrial cannabis in the United StatesĖeven though Betsy Ross wove the nationís first flag out of hemp fabric, Thomas Jefferson composed the Declaration of Independence on it, and colonists could pay their taxes with it. But as the prohibition on hempís psychoactive cousin winds down, one of humanityís longest-utilized plants is about to be  . . . Read more

 The Great Book of Hemp: The Complete Guide to the Environmental, Commercial, and Medicinal Uses of the World's Most Extraordinary Plant

Hemp has been called the world's most versatile plant. Materials made from hemp fiber have been discovered in tombs dating back to 7000 B.C. During the Middle Ages hemp was used to treat fevers, insomnia, and malaria. Columbus's ships had sails of hemp, and during colonial times it was universally grown because its strong fibers made superior ropes, sails, cloth, and paper. In fact, hemp was used for money in most of the Americas from 1631 until the early 1800s, and the original drafts of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were written on hemp paper. Today it is reappearing in the marketplace in an amazing array of products: from lip-salve, jeans, salad oil, and cheese to paper products, composite fiberboard, and biomass fuel . . . Read more

 Growing Hemp For Profit: join the hemp revolution today

Step By Step How To Grow And Market Hemp For Maximum Profits. Industrial hemp doesn't require herbicides There are fewer biological pests to industrial hemp. Hemp can be used to restore depleted soils Hemp is easy to grow Hemp is an ecologically friendly crop. Paul Benhaim is the author and has been involved in the hemp industry for over 15 years. He started Europe's first hemp foods company, and the worlds first hemp plastics company, Paul has authored six books including "A Modern Introduction To Hemp". So If You Are Ready To Have Your Most Important Questions Answered, You'll Want To Know How The Experts Grow Hemp For Profit.  . . . Read more

 Hemp: What The World Needs Now

Details the history and uses of the world's most versatile plant. It tells how hemp can be used to create a more sustainable economy, reduce fossil fuel use, save our forests, absorb greenhouse gasses, improve farmland, and help struggling family farmers survive. It debunks the myths, rumors, and lies surrounding the plant . . . Read more

 Hemp Horizons: The Comeback of the World's Most Promising Plant

What happened to hemp? Within these pages, John Roulac thoroughly examines this question as society looks to solutions for the toxic hangover from the last half-century's fossil fuel binge. The question has never been more relevant. Worldwide demand for hemp products is mushrooming, spawning a new breed of entrepreneurs who are discovering a vital marketplace. Twenty-three of these entrepreneurs are profiled here. This volume makes use of history, business and agricultural analysis and common sense in making its case. 90 illustrations . . . Read more

 Industrial Hemp: Practical Products - Paper to Fabric to Cosmetics

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 Hemp: Lifeline to the Future

An easy-to-read, highly documented work, Hemp: Lifeline to the Future is the most comprehensive book on the uses, history, and politics of hemp ever assembled. It looks at detailed industrial applications of hemp, the medical and nutritional uses of the plants flowers and seeds, and the controversies around its cousin, marijuana. A scholarly work that captures your attention and holds your interest, this book has been the springboard for many businesses to get up and going in the hemp field. A veritable encyclopedia of hemp trivia and historical detail, this book will help you understand why so many people are energized by the promise of hemp. The second edition of the book is 8-1/2 by 5-1/2 inches and over 300 pages, with a title page printed on hemp paper. It is in black and white and illustrated with diagrams to explain the text  . . . Read more

 The Cultivation of Hemp: Botany, Varieties, Cultivation and Harvesting

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 Industrial Hemp in the United States: Status and Market Potential

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible  . . . Read more


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