The 2018 Hemp Farming Act will foster economic revitalization and save American lives! S. 2667: Hemp Farming Act of 2018 (the 2018 Hemp Farming Act) fully legalizes hemp. It was introduced in the Senate by Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, one of the Senate’s most stringent adversaries of legalized marijuana. It removes Continue Reading
State legislatures view industrial hemp as an agricultural commodity. Many products use industrial hemp such as fibers, textiles, paper, construction and insulation materials, cosmetic products, animal feed, food, and beverages. It is estimated that more than 25,000 products in nine major market segments utilize industrial hemp including: agriculture, textiles, recycling, Continue Reading
Industrial hemp (plant species Cannabis sativa) has been a source of fiber and oilseed used worldwide.
For centuries, industrial hemp (plant species Cannabis sativa) has been a source of fiber and oil seed used worldwide to produce a variety of industrial and consumer products. Currently, more than 30 nations grow industrial hemp as an agricultural commodity, which is sold on the world market. The 2018 Hemp Continue Reading
Hemp is a substance made from the same cannabis plant as marijuana, except it can’t get you high. Instead, it’s used to make items including cardboard, carpets, clothes, lotion, paper, rope, and soap. The drug part of marijuana comes from the buds or the leaves, while hemp comes from the stalks Continue Reading
HempEvents.org Learn more about the Hemp Industry. Hemp Futures: Trends to Watch in 2020 by webadmin on January 6, 2020 at 5:13 pm By Steven Hoffman In the year since hemp became legal in the U.S. under the 2018 Farm Bill, the hemp industry has quite literally taken off. Retail Continue Reading