Hemp Horizons: The Comeback of the World's Most Promising Plant

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Chelsea Green Pub., Jan 1, 1997 - Business & Economics - 211 pages
What happened to hemp? Within these pages, John Roulac thoroughly examines this question as society looks to solutions for the toxic hangover from the last half-century's fossil fuel binge. The question has never been more relevant. Worldwide demand for hemp products is mushrooming, spawning a new breed of entrepreneurs who are discovering a vital marketplace. Twenty-three of these entrepreneurs are profiled here. This volume makes use of history, business and agricultural analysis and common sense in making its case. 90 illustrations.

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Hemp, a variety of the genus Cannabis, is a versatile crop used in the manufacture of twine, textiles, home furnishings, shoes, clothing, and construction materials. It grows rapidly, is adaptable to ... Read full review

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Business Profile Hemcore
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Business Profile La Chanvriere de IAube
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