Industrial Hemp is an annual plant that can be grown in almost any climate and can be used to produce over 25,000 products including: food, paper, clothing, plastics, building materials and fuel. It is currently grown in more than 25 countries including Canada, England, Germany, France, Russia and China but it is still prohibited in the United States. Please see the FAQ for more information about Industrial Hemp.
Provides the common names of the bacterial, fungal, nematode, viral and other diseases that affect the plant.
Covers botany, agronomy, soil characteristics, and other topics. Oregon State University Station Bulletin 681, May 1998.
Explains the history, purposes and methods of growing this grain product.
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. OMAFRA Hemp Series: Contents include; infosheets, resources and services, crops updates, and related topics. A valuable resource.
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