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    #16
    Originally posted by art.spliff View Post
    The theme is sustainable. Not slash and burn, or fossil fuel, chemical fertilizer high intensity agriculture. Consumers want to know what goes into their food. Fast food which ruins the environment and slowly kills its consumers is not advisable in agriculture or livestock used in food production. Renewable organically grown (without factory dairy or poultry farm inputs, without glyphosate or related or unrelated herbicides applied to compost input crops or livestock feed, no preventive or maintenance veterinary antibiotics in manure) is the minimum acceptable standard for human consumption of plant material, essential oils, extracts or concentrated plant resins. Consider this as the opinion of one concerned consumer. A main if not the major reason for home growing and organic agriculture programs.

    Not disagreeing with the sentiment or message, but its not really on topic Hemp > Hemp Cultivation Consultance.

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      #17
      Originally posted by art.spliff View Post
      You're welcome btw. Lmk if you'd like to send a check.

      Thanks for all your resources!

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        #18
        Originally posted by art.spliff View Post

        Very informative video. Quite motivating for developing my own garden, but not enough room yet.

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          #19
          Purdue University Hemp Project


          https://purduehemp.org/


          The goal of the Purdue Hemp Project is to provide research-based information to the public (from general interest, to farmers, entrepreneurs, and investors) about what is needed to produce hemp and develop a viable industry in Indiana and throughout the Midwest.
          The Purdue Hemp Team is composed of faculty, extension educators, and farm professionals. This project would not have been possible without the support from the Purdue Agricultural Experiment Station and the Purdue College of Agriculture.



          Hemp research is going into year 5 I think for 2019. Not sure if they have any research on CBD Hemp farming. You can call or email for extension consultation. Talk to Dr. Jan Beckerman, and Dr. Ron Turco.


          I have been discriminated against and banned twice, without breaking any rules, from ICMAG for sharing links relating to discussion threads.


          This is open discrimination over posting INFOWARS links due to manufactured lies in the media.


          I will NO LONGER BE POSTING unless I GET SUPPORT.

          If you find the research articles, past and recent news stories, statements, and discussions informative and beneficial please respond with your thoughts, support and questions. Also please send a PM to Gypsy Nirvana and let him know your thoughts.

          I was recently warned this week by Gypsy Nirvana not to post links. Thanks for the Karma, but I am about to be banned again it looks like!

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            #20
            https://purduehemp.org/research/


            The mission of the Purdue Hemp Project is to provide research based information to aid in the development of hemp as an industry in Indiana and throughout the Midwest. Unlike other agronomic crops, US hemp production faces additional obstacles in form of U.S. government drug policies.
            All crops have issues with respect to production; however, with a crop like hemp, which was banned in the United States for over eighty years, large information gaps have developed with regards to production, pest management and economic impact.
            Our research is focusing on identifying challenges faced by modern hemp production. 2015 was the wettest year on record (fact check—off by 0.6”), and provided even more information regarding production challenges. 2016 posed some unique challenges as well. 2017 is off to a wet start!
            I have been discriminated against and banned twice, without breaking any rules, from ICMAG for sharing links relating to discussion threads.


            This is open discrimination over posting INFOWARS links due to manufactured lies in the media.


            I will NO LONGER BE POSTING unless I GET SUPPORT.

            If you find the research articles, past and recent news stories, statements, and discussions informative and beneficial please respond with your thoughts, support and questions. Also please send a PM to Gypsy Nirvana and let him know your thoughts.

            I was recently warned this week by Gypsy Nirvana not to post links. Thanks for the Karma, but I am about to be banned again it looks like!

            https://banned.video/channel/the-dav...id Knight Show
            https://roundtablereport.com
            https://banned.video
            https://www.newswars.com/
            https://www.infowars.com/

            Deep State: Exposed Thread

            Coronavirus.. outlook Thread

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              #21
              Originally posted by pipeline View Post
              Purdue University Hemp Project


              https://purduehemp.org/


              The goal of the Purdue Hemp Project is to provide research-based information to the public (from general interest, to farmers, entrepreneurs, and investors) about what is needed to produce hemp and develop a viable industry in Indiana and throughout the Midwest.
              The Purdue Hemp Team is composed of faculty, extension educators, and farm professionals. This project would not have been possible without the support from the Purdue Agricultural Experiment Station and the Purdue College of Agriculture.



              Hemp research is going into year 5 I think for 2019. Not sure if they have any research on CBD Hemp farming. You can call or email for extension consultation. Talk to Dr. Jan Beckerman, and Dr. Ron Turco.


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              Thank you for this resource! I will definitely follow up.

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                #22
                Contact me here or the company at Globalhempalliance.com

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