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Find out how CBD and industrial hemp farming in Kentucky with CBDees stands to improve your life.

Better Crop For The Environment

A fast-growing plant, Industrial Hemp is capable of growing 20 feet in 100 days allowing farmers to potentially grow a substantial crop in a relatively small area.

Better Crop For The Economy

Industrial Hemp has evolved into a wide variety of products including health foods, organic body care, clothing, biofuels, and more than 25,000 other products.

Billion Dollar Crop

In 2012 the U.S.  hemp industry was valued at an estimated $400 million in annual retail sales thus providing vast benefits not just for those at the forefront of the innovation but long term for the whole country.

Industrial Hemp grown in the rich Bluegrass of Kentucky

Kentucky Hemp is the smart move!

As a crop, there’s lots of potential behind the production of industrial hemp in the lush, rich Bluegrass of Kentucky. The first is its versatility. Industrial hemp could potentially replace many exports and offer a more nationalized local industry across many sectors.

The use of industrial hemp has already evolved into production of more than 25,000 products including health foods, organic body care, clothing, construction materials, biofuels, and plastic composites. Studied and researched for its health and well-being properties, CBD Oil – extracted from industrial hemp, is now exploding in use and popularity as an ingredient for health and beauty products and whole foods.

Not only can hemp be used for an astonishing number of products, its net environmental benefit is impressive. It thrives in the rich Kentucky soil and only has a short growing season, so if a planting schedule permits, it can be worked around other priority crops where there is availability.

While hemp producers in states like Colorado, North Dakota and Oregon have all ramped up hemp production since 2014, it’s in Kentucky — now called the “Hemp Capital of the World” — where farmers are now realizing hemp outperforms other long-standing crops like tobacco.

We’ll tell you how.

Abundant Uses of Industrial Hemp

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SEEDS

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STALK

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LEAVES

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ROOTS

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TEXTILES

Fine Fabrics &
Clothing
Denim
Handbags
Diapers
Shoes

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PAPER

Printing
Cardboard
Packaging
Cardstock
Newspsaper

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BUILDING MATERIALS

Insulation
Fiberboard
Fiberglass Alternative
Acrylics
Hempcrete

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INDUSTRIAL TEXTILES

Rope
Canvas
Carpeting
Netting

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INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS

Oil Paints
Varnishes
Coatings
Fuel
Solvents
Plastics

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FOOD

Hemp Hearts
Hemp Oil
CBD Oil
Protein Powder
EFA Supplements
Flour

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BODY CARE

Soap & Shampoo
Salve/Balm
Lotion
Cosmetics

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ABSORBENT QUALITIES

Animal Bedding
Mulch
Compost

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Phytoremediation
Nutrients
Organic Compost
Joint/Arthritis Remedy