Industrial cannabis (hemp) has a WIDE array of uses.  Some estimate over 25,000 products can be manufactured from this one crop.  

Update: February 2019 Food, clothing, shelter, plastics, fuel and much more.  

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CannaSystems considers that the most likely market demand for raw hemp fibre, hurd, and grain will come from the following product areas:

1. Fibre for clothing textiles

2. Fibre for biodegradable weed matting

3. Fibre for wool blend materials

4. Fibre for carpets, upholstery and industrial textiles

5. Ropes, baling twine, string

6. Fibre for composites particularly shipping pallets, building components, car parts

7. Fibre and hurd for edible food containers

8. Hurd and fibre for paper and paper & pulp products

9. Hurd for horse bedding and chicken bedding

10. Hurd for various building purposes

11. Seed for future planting or export for planting

12. Seed for cosmetics and food or export for cosmetics and food

13. Hospital bed sheets and bandages

14. Bast fibre carbon nanosheets for electronics & electrical components.

Harvesting Equipment

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Hemp Trade Alliance

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CannaSystems White Paper

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