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Monday, December 21, 2020, 20:22 | No Comments »

The importance of indoor growing of hemp is insurmountable. While there are many industrial hemp farms in the United States, the percentage of indoor farms remain a small percentage of the industry. This is due to costs associated with indoor farming and lack of education amongst farmers. The following pages will explain why indoor farming is vital, and how indoor farming, and Hempster Labs will be operated.


Monday, December 21, 2020, 20:15 | No Comments »

The grow facility includes an ante room which will be home to the reception and sterilization areas. In the sterilization area visitors and workers are fitted with sterilized over clothes, face masks, gloves, andbe instructed on the appropriate behavior when coming in contact with the growth floor.

The growth floor currently contains one 3,000 gallon water tanks that will purify and treat local water and store it for back up should anything happen to the city water source.


Monday, December 21, 2020, 20:07 | No Comments »

Botanically, hemp and marijuana are from the same species of plant, Cannabis sativa, but from different varieties or cultivars. However, hemp and marijuana are genetically distinct forms of cannabis that are distinguished by their use and chemical composition as well as by differing cultivation practices in their production. While marijuana generally refers to the cultivated plant used as a psychotropic drug (whether used for medicinal or recreational purposes), hemp is cultivated for use in the production of a wide range of products, including foods and beverages, personal care products, nutritional supplements, fabrics and textiles, paper, construction materials, and other manufactured and industrial goods. Hemp and marijuana also have separate statutory definitions in U.S. law.


              
        
   
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