A comprehensive and intriguing overview of industrial hemp.
This paper was first presented by co-author Dr. Ernest Small of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada at the Fifth National Symposium for New Crops and New Uses Strength in Diversity, held in Atlanta November 2001.
This analysis of industrial hemp and its place as a new crop in North American agriculture and commerce provides an in-depth investigation of topics including:
- BASIC CATEGORIES OF CANNABIS AND THEIR FIELD ARCHITECTURE
- FIBER USES
- OILSEED USES
- ECOLOGICAL FRIENDLINESS OF HEMP
- BREEDING HEMP FOR NORTH AMERICA
- MARKET DEVELOPMENT
- THE POLITICS OF CANNABIS WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO THE U.S.