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Are you ready for hemp planting season? Dr. Allison Justice talks with Clemson Extension's David Dewitt
Check out Allison Justice, PhD.'s conversation with David Dewitt of Clemson University where they talk about what you need to do to make sure your field is prepped and ready for Spring planting. We cover soil tests, nutrition, cover crops, planting methods, etc.Soil health is a progressive and extremely important variable for producing a healthy and high yielding crop.We will be uploading many more videos like this to help you prep for the upcoming growing season. Next up- a chat with Gretchen V. Pettis, PhD of BioSafe Systems with tips on how to monitor and treat for the dreaded caterpillar!!
Listen or read the transcript below of Dr. Allison Justice’s interview with Dr. Zachary Cartwright of Water in Food. What is Water in Food? Every year, billions of dollars are spent by food manufacturers to move water in and out of food products. As a food scientist, Dr. Zachary Cartwright is on a mission to understand how this can be done better. Dr. Cartwright discusses the hemp industry, Dr. Justice's & The Hemp Mine’s current experiments, and the use of water activity measurements in hemp products. Hosted by Zachary Cartwright, Ph.D. Lead FOOD Scientist at METER Group Today...
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.
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...