The New Billion-Dollar Crop – Popular Mechanics – Hemp – 1938

Machines now in service in Texas, Illinois, Minnesota and other states are producing fiber at a manufacturing cost of half a cent a pound, and are finding a profitable market for the rest of the stalk.

Vote Hemp – Why Hemp – New Billion-Dollar Crop

Machines now in service in Texas, Illinois, Minnesota and other states are producing fiber at a manufacturing cost of half a cent a pound, and are finding a profitable market for the rest of the stalk.

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Machines now in service in Texas, Illinois, Minnesota, and other states are producing fiber at a manufacturing cost of half a cent per pound, and are finding a profitable market for the rest of the stalk.

Can hemp save the economy – Salon.com

Building a new decorticator mill for hemp paper would cost more than $100 million, says Murphy. The industry declined in the late 19th century, as technological advances made cotton easier to harvest and process, and sisal and jute imports from Asia provided cheaper materials for rope.

The Independent – Bid to restore fibre to UK flax industry – The Independent – Business – News

The production of raw linen and other natural fibres, including hemp and jute, from crops grown in the UK, starts this month at the first of 10 planned regional processing centres, in the Silsoe Research Institute in Bedford.

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Machines now in service in Texas, Illinois, Minnesota, and other states are producing fiber at a manufacturing cost of half a cent per pound, and are finding a profitable market for the rest of the stalk.

FAO – REPORT OF … JUTE, KENAF – AND ALLIED FIBRES – Salvador, Brazil, 8-11 July 2003 – …

In particular, it requested that the decorticator machine be tested in Ecuador, and that, if possible, further attempts be made to negotiate an exchange of genetic material between the Philippines and Ecuador.

Hemp Is Harmless, a Potential Economic Miracle, and Still Illegal in America, but the Tide Seems …

Building a new decorticator mill for hemp paper would cost more than $100 million, says Murphy. The industry declined in the late 19th century, as technological advances made cotton easier to harvest and process, and sisal and jute imports from Asia provided cheaper materials for rope.

AlterNet – Hemp Is Harmless, a Potential Economic Miracle, and Still Illegal in America – But the Tide …

Building a new decorticator mill for hemp paper would cost more than $100 million, says Murphy. The industry declined in the late 19th century, as technological advances made cotton easier to harvest and process, and sisal and jute imports from Asia provided cheaper materials for rope.

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