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A Market for Hemp

Posted on May 15, 2004

Hempdum sells men’s and women’s clothing and accessories, including dresses, T-shirts, jeans, socks and purses (some of which are 100 percent hemp). The store has some CD trays that are 20 percent hemp and soap that contains some hemp. Norbury also provides information on hemp for customers.

Hemp is the not-so-secret ingredient in farmer’s cow feed

Posted on May 13, 2004

The high protein mixture, which contains 34 percent protein and essential fatty acids, has made his cattle healthier, happier and heftier, according to Wise.

Hemp factory closer to reality

Posted on May 10, 2004

Proponents of a hemp-processing factory in Dauphin met with provincial officials Monday to present an updated business plan and secure financial backing. The Parkland BioFibre hemp factory would process locally grown hemp straw into fibre products.

New South Wales to extend hemp production trials

Posted on May 9, 2004

The New South Wales Government is extending its trials of commercial hemp production but has warned anyone interested in growing the crop that it only contains low levels of THC, which is the active ingredient in marijuana.

Hemp production trials extended

Posted on May 9, 2004

Trials of commercial hemp production would continue in New South Wales (NSW) despite the limited success of tests underway since 1995, State MP Steve Whan said.

Naked truth

Posted on May 8, 2004

Canadian rock artisit Bif Naked recently gained 20 pounds of muscle, while still maintaining a size 3, through weight training and hemp protein supplements.

Hemptown Taps into $20 Billion T-Shirt industry

Posted on May 6, 2004

Hemptown Clothing Inc. is the world’s largest hemp T-shirt apparel brand and continues to extend into new product lines and new channels of distribution. The company currently markets and sells a line of hemp / cotton active wear including T-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies and ball caps to wholesalers for imprinting as well as directly to retail and consumers.

4th Annual Hemp Hoe Down

Posted on May 6, 2004

The Hemp Hoe Down is an educational event aimed at informing attendees about the benefits of industrial hemp. Industrial hemp is the healthiest food source and the longest and strongest natural fiber.

Teen scientists take home $13,000 in awards

Posted on May 5, 2004

Xinchen Wang of the University of Toronto Schools also won this award for research on the ability of a particular species of fungus to break down hemp into pulp. Her findings may have commercial value in the hemp industry and in the pulp and paper industry.

Hemp breeding coming of age

Posted on May 5, 2004

Dragla, a Ridgetown College plant breeder and probably Canada’s leading hemp specialist, just returned from a trip down under to work with the Aussies to develop hemp seeds that would grow well in a subtropical climate.