Our guest analyst for the Podcast is Hana Gabrielova, CEO at Hempoint, veteran seed broker, farmer and consultant based in the Czech Republic. Hana is one of Europe’s leading authorities on the cultivation seed market and hemp farming. With the 2020 planting season upon us, Hana will give you a guide to this important part of the hemp value chain.
What’s in the Podcast
Commentary and dialogue with Kehrt Reyher, HempToday editor & publisher, and Hana Gabrielova, CEO, Hempoint:
- Current market conditions & trends
- European hemp varieties
- Resources & information to guide you
- Overcoming trust & integrity issues
- Characteristics of the hemp cultivation seed market
Hana will also talk about:
- The business of seed multiplication
- Issues relevant to import & export of planting seeds
- How coronavirus is affecting Hempoint operations
- Status of THC in Europe
- The new Henola (Polish) strain
- Her company and current activities
About Hana Gabrielova: Hana is founder and CEO at Hempoint, Czech Republic, a vertically integrated organic hemp farmer and food innovator and one of Europe’s leading hemp consultancies. She works directly with local farmers and contractors in creating a constantly evolving line of hemp food products from farm to shelf. She is accredited by the Czech Ministry of Agriculture as an adviser in organic farming with a specialization in hemp. She also serves the International Cannabis and Cannabinoids Institute (ICCI) on matters related to Patient Focused Certification (PFC) standards for cannabis.
About Kehrt Reyher: Kehrt is founder of HempToday and co-founder of the Poland-based Nakło Foundation, which supports environmental protection, entrepreneurship and green industry thought leadership globally; and historical preservation, economic development and tourism at the local level. He is founder and past President, CEO and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of VFP Communications, a Warsaw-based B2B media company. A former European Bureau Chief for Smart Grid Today, Kehrt previously worked as an editor in the U.S. at The Providence Journal, The Detroit News and USA Today.