HEMP 101 explores, in depth, the elusive side of the Cannabis plant: Hemp. While explaining in brief both the history of the hemp plant and it's biblical references, HEMP 101 delves far, far deeper into the myriad of Hemps' horticultural nuances, heretofore never before explicated. Deriving much of it's knowledge from detailed field tests at the University of Guelph in 1997, HEMP 101 includes over 35 Scientific graphs ranging from soil types; water requirements; optimal sunlight conditions; seed planting densities; bulk fibre and seed yields; varietal types; effect of soybean cyst nematode on Hemp plots and much, much more scientific gold. Whether you are a Hemp newbie, cannabis aficionado, seasoned pot smoker or just a curious horticulturalist, HEMP 101 cannot disappoint. After you've read it, that empty space in your mind heretofore replete with cannabis stigma will be replaced by a true and correct understanding of the biblical tree of knowledge of Good and Evil; Marijuana and Hemp: Cannabis.The growing degree-days chart shows that hemp has good growing conditions if seeded at the beginning of May, or just prior to corn planting. Several tests have been done in regards to seed production: 14 -Correlation between weight/1000 seeds and duration of Seed ... 14 Dragla, Peter, M.Sc., 1997 Industrial Research Hemp Research Report, Kenex Ltd, Ridgetown College17 Dragla, Peter, M.Sc., anbsp;...
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