Frequently Asked Questions

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Semi-Annual Crop.

The process of manufacturing hemp fibers and spinning into a cotton-like state.

We use a industrial piece of machinery to turn hemp into usable material called decortication. The processing allows us to produce large quantities of hemp fiber previously unavailable on an industrial scale and done in small quantities. This process makes it more affordable and sustainable to provide product to our customers.

CBD is produced mainly for the Nutraceutical Industry and contains high medicinal value. Industrial Fiber and Grain are used for Commodity replacement goods such as Paper, Plastic, BioFuel, and Grains. Fiber Grain will be a source of high protein and Omegas 3’s!

Between Months of April-October.

Fiber Hurd and Bast is produced at HempSurgical Processing Facility. Clothing, Accessories, Home Products, Office items, Construction Materials, Pet Products, Automotive Parts, and Lifestyle products are few of many end products for Hemp.

Hemp seeds – or grain – are edible, highly nutritious, and contain omega-3 fatty acids, in addition to being high in protein. Hemp grain can be pressed for edible oil; this oil is also employed in body care products such as soap. After being pressed for oil, the remaining material is referred to as hemp meal or cake.

Yes, it has been known to increase the carbon sequestration and improve the soil compaction for future crops.

  • Hemp Is A Carbon Warrior.
  • Uses Less Water Without Polluting the Water.
  • The Soil Loves Hemp!
  • Hemp Requires Less Land To Grow.
  • Hemp Is Antimicrobial & Durable.
  • Hemp Fabric Softens With Time.
  • Hemp Saves You From UV Rays.
  • Hemp Is The Strongest Natural Fiber.