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4
Jun

Hemp Farms Australia: Let’s talk about hemp

As fibres go, hemp is old news, yet since being legalised for human consumption, it’s grabbing headlines, sometimes for the wrong reasons. Hemp has been grown and used across the globe for thousands of years. It is known for its strength, breathability, durability, sustainability, UV protection, and has been the fibre of choice for sails and ropes throughout maritime history.Believed

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4
Jun

How Hemp is changing the agricultural industry

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 that industrial hemp has an

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4
Jun

Hemp seed demand growing but more education needed about difference to cannabis, experts say

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 grown hemp seeds Industry experts

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4
Jun

Building a hemp industry: Duo educating farmers

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 growing commercial scale hemp at

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4
Jun

Queensland entrepreneurs sowing the seeds for the newest superfood

Despite hemp only recently being legalised for human consumption in Australia, it is already being promoted as the newest superfood to hit the local markets. Hemp — a variety of the cannabis sativa plant species — has been grown in Australia for two decades as an industrial product, but last month the Australia and New Zealand Food Standards Code permitted the

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5
Jun

Seed

“Once harvested, whole Hemp seed can be used for propagating more fibre and grain, or processed into hulled Hemp seeds, oil, and protein. Hemp Farms Australia not only supports processing raw Hemp materials, but is also focused on further developing and building the industry’s core roots, supplying farmers with seed for sowing, to grow the industry as a whole.” More

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5
Jun

Hemp Oil

“The oil extracted from Hemp seed is prized for its high protein content because it contains all essential amino acids. Essential amino acids can’t be made by the body and so can only be obtained by consuming products such as Hemp seed oil.” More on Oil Hemp oil is a great alternative to other oils due to its perfectly balanced

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5
Jun

Hurd

“Hemp hurd is the inner core of the Hemp stalk. This product excels with absorbent and thermal properties.”  More on Hurd Hemp hurd has a multitude of uses. It is commonly used as high quality animal bedding, as an ingredient in Hemp concrete, as well as in plastics. It can be used to make tree-free paper products, a variety of

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5
Jun

Fibre

“Hemp has been cultivated for its fibre for thousands of years, and is recognised as one of nature’s strongest fibres. For this reason, it was found to be the most ideal fibre for rope and sail cloth for generations of the world’s sailing vessels.” More on Fibre Textiles produced from Hemp fibre feature great breathability, durability, and UV protection. Compared

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