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Hemp saves sea from sewage dumps

Posted on February 12, 2004

Hemp crops can be used to mop up troublesome sewage effluent that would otherwise be dumped at sea, say Australian researchers.

New South Wales: Agriculture Dept seeking people for industrial hemp trials

Posted on March 13, 2000

If you are an avid hemp enthusiast with a green thumb, then New South Wales Agriculture may have the perfect job for you. New South Wales Agriculture is looking for people who want to partake in a legal trial growing quality hemp next spring. The catch? The crop will be industrial fibre hemp, rather than the type usually sought by smokers wanting to get high.

Hemp is Ready for Farmer Stages

Posted on January 21, 2000

A new cultivar is set to launch Queensland’s experimental industrial hemp industry into an era of commercial production. The variety, code named INSX, is believed to be the first industrial hemp cultivar suited to Queensland’s climate.

Hemp Could Give Wool A New Lease

Posted on January 21, 2000

Hemp is destined to give wool a new life provided the industry can get off the ground in Australia.

Australia Hemp Fuels Export Hopes

Posted on January 9, 2000

Tasmanian industrial hemp farmers are moving to supply new manufacturing industries in Europe and interstate. Hemp for clothing, material and food is being touted as a potential multimillion dollar industry for the state.