The average yield of Hemp is 3-8 dry tons of fiber per acre. That is four times that of the average forest.
Hemp could replace cotton which is usually grown with large quantities of pesticides which carry chemicals that are harmful to people and the environment. 50% of all pesticides are sprayed on cotton.
Henry Ford (Ford Motor Company) built a vehicle using Hemp.
Hemp is one of the oldest known textile dating over 10,000 years old.
The Columbia History of the World identified Hemp fabric dating back 8,000 BC as being the oldest known fabric known in human industry.
Canada began allowing licensing in research in 1994 for the use of Industrial Hemp. Over four million pounds of seed is produced annually in Canada.
The NCSL (National Conference of State Legislators) is a supporter of Industrial Hemp.
31 states in the Unites States have defined legislation for Industrial Hemp.
28 Countries have already legalized the use of Industrial Hemp including Australia, China, Egypt, France, Japan and many others.