Hemp

Hemp, or industrial hemp, is a variety of the Cannabis sativa plant species that is grown specifically for industrial use. It can be used to make a wide range of products. Along with bamboo, hemp is one of the fastest growing plants on Earth. It was also one of the first plants to be spun into usable fiber 50,000 years ago. It can be refined into a variety of commercial items, including paper, rope, textiles, clothing, biodegradable plastics, paint, insulation, biofuel, food, and animal feed.Although cannabis as a drug and industrial hemp both derive from the species Cannabis sativa and …

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LC: Library of Congress · 2022 English

"LL File No. 2022-021696." "November 2022." Contains appendix: Table on Legalization of Hemp Production prepared by the Staff of the Global Legal Research Directorate. Includes bibliographical references

Regulation of Hemp Australia • Brazil •Canada • China • Colombia Ecuador • European Union • Great Britain Russian Federation Appendix: Table on Legalization of Hemp Production November 2022 LL File No. 2022-021696 ........ 94 Appendix Table on Legalization of Hemp Production .................................... Introduction This report looks at the regulation of hemp in select jurisdictions around the globe, namely production of hemp. The report covers when cultivation/production of hemp was legalized, how hemp is defined


LC: Library of Congress · 2019 English

"ISSN: 2394-8019." Includes bibliographical references (pages 97-99) Also available online in PDF format from Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute repository. Acquired for the Library of Congress only.

and hemp. Hand lining also prevalent. 1960- 1980 Replacement of net materials: The cotton and hemp were


PARI: The CounterMedia Trust · 1 January 2018 English

This report was published in 2018 by Food Sovereignty Alliance, India; Catholic Health Association of India, Secunderabad; and Nirmala Niketan College of Home Science, Mumbai.It presents the result of a …

storing grain in granaries; � Cultivation of cotton, hemp, sugarcane followed by rice; � Development of irrigation


LC: Library of Congress · 1 January 2018 English

"December 2018." "Peter Calkins, Compiler and Editor-in-Chief"--Page iii. Includes index. Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed 06/10/2020).

Francisco, flowers in teeth. Girls burning bras in hemp-loaded fires of lust – and I’m going to


LC: Library of Congress · 2017 English

"WP-2017-008." Includes statistical tables. Includes bibliographical references (pages 30). Also available in print. System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader. Mode of access: World Wide Web. Address as of 5/25/2018: http://www.igidr.ac.in/pdf/publication/WP-2017-008.pdf Title …

50 Art silk, synthetic fiber textiles 51 Jute, hemp, mesta textiles 52 Carpet weaving 53+54 Readymade


Museum of Ethnography · 27 August 2014 Swedish

kjolliknande klädnaden. Bredd: 66 cm. [ocr] Dress (apron) used by dancers in demon ceremonies. It is made of hemp, hana (Sin.), and yarn, which have been soaked in paint. The paint is called kukul sayam (Sin.). The M. H. Goonatilleka 1916.09.0381 Dress (apron) used by dancers in demon ceremonies. It is made of hemp, hana (Sin.), and yarn, which have been soaked in paint. The paint is called kukul sayam (Sin.). The


Museum of Ethnography · 27 August 2014 Swedish

of the head does not facilitate the tying of a turban. An artificial beard made of coconut husk or hemp is attached (although, the beard appears to have been attached to the wrong mask). It is attached of the head does not facilitate the tying of a turban. An artificial beard made of coconut husk or hemp is attached (although, the beard appears to have been attached to the wrong mask). It is attached


Museum of Ethnography · 27 August 2014 Swedish

Wood, vel-kaduru (Sin.) (Nux vomica). Iconography A special feature of this mask is the beard made of hemp or club moss, badal uanassa (Sin.), separately attached to the mask with a thread. Wrinkles in wavy Wood, vel-kaduru (Sin.) (Nux vomica). Iconography A special feature of this mask is the beard made of hemp or club moss, badal uanassa (Sin.), separately attached to the mask with a thread. Wrinkles in wavy


Museum of Ethnography · 27 August 2014 Swedish

Material Wood, vel-kaduru (Sin.) (Nux vomica). The horns appear to be real horns of a bull. A coloured hemp-cord. Iconography The snout is white and therefore differs from the specimens 1916.9.201-203. The Material Wood, vel-kaduru (Sin.) (Nux vomica). The horns appear to be real horns of a bull. A coloured hemp-cord. Iconography The snout is white and therefore differs from the specimens 1916.9.201-203. The


Museum of Ethnography · 27 August 2014 Swedish

pieces), ina rälla, ina käbälla or at pati (Sin.), used by dancers in demon ceremonies. They are made of hemp and yarn, which have been soaked in a paint called kukul sayam (Sin.). They are manufactured and used soaked in They kukul sayam They are used and used in the are regions. Prof. M. H. Goonatilleka Of hemp lashes as before you. 381, only narrower. Length: 27 cm. Width: 11 cm. [ocr] 1916.09.0382 1916.09


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