Frequently Asked Questions about Hemp
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Top 10 Hemp Questions?
It grows nearly anywhere, including places with a short growing window or areas of the country with limited water. Hemp can be turned into nearly anything, giving you lots of options to make money by meeting market demand. Achieving a high ROI with hemp is possible, especially if you grow hemp for CBD or CBG. Hemp can also keep your soil healthy, limit your use of pesticides and herbicides, and help you fight climate change.
No. Both hemp and marijuana come from the same cannabis species, but are genetically distinct and are further distinguished by use, chemical makeup, and cultivation methods. Hemp contains less than 0.3% THC by law so you might just get a head ache.
Hemp is one of the oldest domesticated crops known to man. It has been used for paper, textiles, and cordage for thousands of years. In fact, the Columbia History of the World states that the oldest relic of human industry is a scrap of hemp fabric dating back to approximately 8,000 BC.
Most materials and equipment are common to other farming methods, yet some settings or adaptations are needed to apply to hemp. Also, hemp is unique in that it is an annual crop, yet it is cultivated in many ways common to vines and other perennial types.
Hemp can become: fiber, food, hemp proteins, animal feed, animal bedding, bioplastics, the ability to regenerate soil and the ability to draw carbon out of the atmosphere at rates that can exceed general mature forests
We will help in the sale of your Biomass or seeds, it may be integrated in to another product or sold of feed. With demand exceeding supply, it has been very profitable for farmers that entered the hemp world.
Growing hemp in Canada is simple and Health Canada only has limitation on CBD production.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is just one of over 85 scientifically-identified cannabinoids (or chemical compounds) derived from the flowering plant cannabis. Each of the cannabinoids within cannabis elicit unique neurophysiological effects.
Phytoremediation technologies use living plants to clean up soil, air, and water contaminated with hazardous contaminants. It is defined as “the use of green plants and the associated microorganisms, along with proper soil amendments and agronomic techniques to either contain, remove or render toxic environmental contaminants harmless.
Hyperaccumulating plants are of interest for their ability to extract metals from the soils of contaminated sites (phytoremediation) to return the ecosystem to a less toxic state. The plants also hold potential to be used to mine metals from soils with very high concentrations ( Phyto-mining ) by growing the plants, then harvesting them for the metals in their tissues. Hemp is a Hyper accumulator of heavy metals and toxins.