industrial hemp seed
industrial hemp seed for planting in the United States must be certified generational seed stock. Depending on your state law we will ensure that you will have a crop of industrial hemp that is to say it will be compliant with all state laws regarding industrial hemp and the products produced.
Grain yield average 1200 lb/ac
Fibre yield average 4000 lb/ac
Height 130-200 cm
Unknown Strain 10 pack
Industrial hemp and marijuana are both varieties of the Cannabis sativa plant. Although they’re both part of the same species, the two are quite different. Hemp contains significantly lower levels of the psychoactive compound tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) than marijuana and higher levels of the non-psychoactive compound cannabidiol (CBD).
Where marijuana can contain as high as 30% THC, industrial hemp typically contains only 0.3% THC or less. What industrial hemp lacks in THC, however, it makes up for in CBD. Hemp is naturally abundant in CBD, where marijuana is for THC.
Marijuana cultivated to get you high is grown for the THC-laden flowers it produces that are either smoked or made into various concentrates and edibles. Hemp on the other hand, is grown as an industrial crop with the stalks and the seeds typically used in production
Where marijuana can contain up to 30% THC, hemp typically contains only 0.3% or less THC. Hemp contains more CBD than industrial hemp. However, there is a difference between industrial hemp with CBD and hemp with no traces of CBD or THC. This form of hemp is not for mainstream production.
Fibers, clothing, food products, health products, and even beauty products use industrial hemp. It is as natural and humane as cotton or plastic based clothing. Plus, the hemp fibers is more natural than plastic. It is also more durable then cotton.