Roots Sustainable Agricultural Technologies (ASX:ROO) plans to progress its plant and hemp-based meat alternative options in the USA after completing a survey of global suppliers and pricing for hemp-based protein products in collaboration with Hempoint.
As 2021 unfolds we will see the installation of a number of decortication systems in the U.S. This is exciting and great news as the industry continues to develop products that are more sustainable, can help sequester carbon, and replace petroleum-based materials. Problems are being solved; supply chain solutions to process hemp stalks are emerging.
Scientists have discovered that hemp extract can help bees survive poisoning by pesticides. Read more “thefirstnews.com: Scientists find ‘cannabis extract’ can help save bees from pesticide poisoning”
There are many benefits associated with controlling the temperature of the root zone. A healthy plant with a consistently optimal root zone temperature will be indeed more resistant to extreme temperature fluctuations in the canopy area, pest attacks, nutrient deficiency and fertilizer deficiency. If the root zone temperature goes off the optimal range, the plant would experience a reduction in micro-organism and micro-element activity, and would suffer from a lack of nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, as well as micro elements such as iron. Additionally, the growth might be slower or could stop completely, causing poorer yields and quality. Read more “Root zone cooling technology provides often 40% more cannabis yield in high-tech greenhouse”
Hana Gabrielová CzecHemp president at ASTM D37 Global workshop on Cannabis/Hemp Standardisation October 21 – 23 2020
Good Agricultural Practices and Addressing Its Challenges When Applied to Hemp
Kenzi Riboulet-Zemouli’s presentation at the ASTM D37 Global Workshop on Cannabis/Hemp Standardization 2020 – Thursday, October 22nd, 2020 – ‘Fit-for-purpose’ cannabis terminology.
Plant-based drinks as substitute for milk consumption are raising striking interest in the food industry. Read more “Prebiotic potential of hemp blended drinks fermented by probiotics”
In this episode, we will focus on the unique opportunity cannabis reform offers us to establish new norms for the new cannabis industry; how those norms will help us build a new world; and the moral imperative of building that new world before it is too late. I will look through the lens of the FAAAT report as the necessary first step in imagining what that industry and world will look like. My guests for today’s episode are Michael Krawitz and Kenzi Riboulot-Zemouli who have both played a critical role in paving the way for the next decade in cannabis and hemp policies. Read more “Radio Free Cannabis #8 – Cannabis & Sustainable Development”