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Which hemp variety to plant? Start with a holistic view

Hana Gabrielova, CEO, Hempoint, Czech RepublicHana Gabrielova, CEO, Hempoint, Czech Republic
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While hemp growers in Latin America & Southeast Asia continue to look for hemp varieties that will thrive, companies in northern “hemp zones” are advancing with fiber and grain initiatives, says Hana Gabrielova in this audio-visual presentation hosted by HempToday. Hana discusses seed selection and procurement, and the potential for European Union certified hemp varieties in the USA, and talks about hemp growing at tropical latitudes. Whatever your plans might be this year, you need to think about the entire supply chain, end products and markets before you begin, says the veteran Czech hemp expert whose company, Hempoint, recently marked its 10th anniversary.

Key time stamps to the Outlook:

  • 00:49 Overview & discussion about hemp zones, and where hemp grows
  • 01:30 Latitudinal aspects: European seeds and the USA
  • 04:58 Hemp in southern latitudes
  • 06:40 Raw materials: What are you growing for in 2021
  • 07:49 Discussion about growing and selling CBG
  • 09:19 Expected agronomic improvements for hemp grain varieties
  • 10:52 Where fiber processing is being established
  • 12:17 Must-do planting recommendations for fiber hemp
  • 16:20 Potential and recommendations for hemp at latitudes such as Iceland
  • 17:18 European seed varieties potential in USA
  • 19:16 What varieties are growers planting
  • 19:36 Recommended varieties for hemp seed for food products
  • 20:36 Outlook for hemp cultivation seed prices
  • 22:44 How can you be assured of quality seeds and service?
  • 25:55 Planting fields planned; ideas for viability of small farms
  • 27:30 Hempoint cultivation seed catalog

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Planting seeds from Hempoint

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