New Products, New Look, & New Pricing: Time for a refresh!

New Products, New Look, & New Pricing: Time for a refresh!

The Hemp Mine is launching new products, a new look AND new pricing! We work hard to bring you the best value in formulas you can trust. Some of our hemp extract strengths will be discontinued, but we are adding three new strengths and formula options. We also have new salve scents, sizes, and strengths and a new roll on strength. Please refer to our visual guide in the blog to see what is changing and what is remaining the same.

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The Hemp Mine, LLC partners with Adivina Nurseries

The Hemp Mine, LLC partners with Adivina Nurseries

FAIR PLAY, South Carolina / April 15, 2020 / – The Hemp Mine, LLC, a vertically integrated hemp company that focuses on breeding and producing quality hemp genetics along with consumer hemp products is announcing today its partnership with Adivina Nurseries.

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How the Justice Family Transitioned Into Hemp

How the Justice Family Transitioned Into Hemp

  Article Published March 2020 in Hemp Grower Magazine How the Justices built a family business and grew closer around a shared mission: to provide reliable hemp products to every farmer in the U.S. Family businesses can be defined by the strength of six dimensions, according to recent research by The Family Business Network and Egon Zehnder, the global management consulting and executive search firm. The No. 1 dimension, according to the research: Shared values. This study revealed that shared values unite family members and provide a common framework for building relationships both within and outside the business. Shared values also...

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Allison Justice
UGA 2019 Field Trial Deep Dive

UGA 2019 Field Trial Deep Dive

The table below is a breakdown of data gathered from the 2019 hemp variety trial by Dr. Tim Coolong of UGA.  Plants were harvested at full term and tested after drying. This is just the beginning of University data which will help guide and progress growers, breeders, farmers, and our hemp industry as a whole. Below, I will share my take-aways from these data. KEY: Red The table above is sorted from high to low THC percentages.  Varieties above 0.3% total THC are in red.  As you can see, most varieties grown would not qualify as hemp at full term...

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