Biofuel, Bioplastic, and CBD
Hemp is one of the most sustainable and versatile plants on Earth. Hemp was used in ancient civilizations for paper, fiber, rope, food, and textiles. With modern technology and whole plant utilization many researchers believe that there could be between 50,000 - 100,000 different uses for industrial hemp!
Hemp has been used for over 10,000 years for various purposes including fiber, seed, and biomass. In our last blog post we looked at just some of the ways that these same hemp bioproducts...
Fiber, Seed, and Building Materials
2019 is being called the Year of Hemp. With industrial hemp becoming federally legal in December 2018, hemp has become an extremely common topic in the news, on social media, and in the legislature. Many people are interested in hemp, but are unsure what it is exactly used for and how they can personally use hemp derived products.
Hemp has been used for thousands of years and is considered to be one of the oldest domesticated crops. Hemp was used in Ancient Chinese and Middle Eastern...
How to Know the Difference Between Hemp and Marijuana
Despite being used for thousands of years, it can easily be argued that cannabis is one of the most misunderstood plants on the planet. One of the largest points of confusion is the difference between marjiuana and hemp. These common terms for two different types of cannabis are often wrongly used interchangeably. This leads to confusion, misunderstanding, and many questions, such as, “Is marjiuna and hemp the same thing?” “Can you get high from hemp?” “Is hemp illegal?”, and “What is the difference between hemp and marijuana?” Read the article