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SUNRAYSIA is home to Australia’s largest organic edible hemp crop after Murray River Organics (MRO) finished harvesting at its certified Nangiloc property this week. Agriculture Victoria granted Murray River Organics (MRO) a licence to grow the low-THC cannabis in June, which would be made available for growing domestic and export markets for hemp-based foods. The […]

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Soil contamination is increasing at an alarming rate due to a number of human activities such as the release of industrial effluents, municipal wastes and waste sludge enriched with heavy metals and chemicals that contaminate surrounding environments and farming regions. Once these contaminates are enriched in our soils, they will remain a potential threat to […]

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Cannabis (Cannabis sativa L.) is the genus name for plants that include numerous species, but can be separated broadly into two classes of plants: industrial hemp and medicinal cannabis. Despite clear differences in desirable traits, hemp and medicinal cannabis appear to readily interbreed making it difficult to legally seperate the two species. Current discrepancies among […]

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An already established worldwide industry opportunity has landed in Australia, as the Hemp Industry forges its place in the Australian agricultural industry. As an upcoming agent, Hemp Farms Australia has become the front runner in the upcoming hemp industry. The company was founded in 2013 by Lauchlan Grout and his partner Harrisson Lee. “We started this with the belief […]

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The Australian industrial hemp market is steadily growing, but industry leaders in Queensland say the public needs to be better educated about the difference between cannabis and hemp, for the industry to really excel. KEY POINTS Food Standards permitted the sale of hemp as food last year Since then domestic demand has grown for locally […]

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LAUCHLAN Grout and Harrisson Lee broke into the industrial hemp industry when they realised there wasn’t a market for it in Australia. They started their business Hemp Farms Australia in 2013, before hemp was legalised for human consumption in Australia. Since then the human consumption of hemp has been legalised. “We realised there wasn’t anyone […]

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